So I’ve been meaning to do 4th of July color pages for awhile and this week I looked up and realized the 4th was right around the corner again. I figured I better make some of these up and get them published for you guys right away so you’d have them for your Fourth activities.
I know sitting and coloring probably isn’t a normal part of the celebrations, but it should be! I can just imagine families sitting on blankets, eating snacks and waiting for fireworks to start . . . and COLORING!
Anyway, here they are - I made a bunch of them for you so hopefully there are at least a couple that scream “color me!” at you. Happy 4th of July all you American people ;)
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Boy With American Flag Sign
Celebrate the 4th with cute 4th of July coloring pages like these with kids holding Happy 4th signs.
Hope you love them!
Girl With American Flag Sign
LAND OF THE FREE Independence Day Coloring Page
This page has a bunch of colorable words and phrases related to Independence day
This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. - Elmer Davis
I’ve lived the literal meaning of the ‘land of the free’ and ‘home of the brave.’ It’s not corny for me. I feel it in my heart. I feel it in my chest. Even at a ball game, when someone talks during the anthem or doesn’t take off his hat, it pisses me off. I’m not one to be quiet about it, either. - Chris Kyle
This page says “4th of July” - Independence, America, Freedom, Red White & Blue & Land of the free! I’m excited to color this one.
HAPPY 4th of July Coloring Page
This page says “Happy 4th of July” - “Happy” is in my Classic name coloring page style (GET ANY NAME THIS STYLE)
7-4-1776 Independence Day Coloring Printable
On July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was officially adopted, marking the birth of a new nation built upon ideals of liberty and self-governance. This momentous occasion forever changed the course of history, inspiring future generations to cherish the principles of independence and freedom.
Classic July Coloring Page
The tradition of using fireworks to celebrate the 4th of July in the United States can be traced back to 1777, when fireworks were set off in Philadelphia to mark the first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Since then, fireworks have become synonymous with Independence Day celebrations, captivating people of all ages with their vibrant colors and explosive displays.
Stars & Stripes Fourth of July Coloring Sheet
The history of the American flag dates back to June 14, 1777, when the Continental Congress adopted a resolution to have a national flag. The first version of the flag featured thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies, arranged in a circle on a field of blue, and thirteen alternating red and white stripes. Over the years, as more states joined the Union, the design evolved to include more stars and stripes. The current flag has fifty stars, representing each state, and thirteen stripes to honor the original thirteen colonies. The American flag stands as a powerful symbol of freedom, unity, and resilience.
This page has a flag with “stars & stripes” written across it
Proud to be an American Printable
This page says “proud to be an American!” It’s written on a flag for a fourth of July celebration
On July 4, 1776, a momentous event took place as representatives from the thirteen American colonies signed the Declaration of Independence, officially declaring their break from British rule. This historic act solidified the resolve of the Founding Fathers and set the stage for the birth of a new nation.
Another one in my 4th of July coloring pages collection:
Red White & Blue
The color red in the American flag represents valor and hardiness. It is a symbol of the courage and sacrifice that countless Americans have shown throughout history to protect their country's freedom and liberty. Red embodies the bravery of those who have fought and continue to fight for the nation's independence, reminding us of the strength and resilience of the American spirit.
Free fourth of July coloring page with a flag (one I added some little circular designs to) and the words “red, white, & blue” underneath
Happy 4th of July Color Printable!
White stands for purity and innocence in the American flag. It represents the idealistic aspirations of the American people, striving for a nation founded on principles of equality, justice, and freedom. White symbolizes the purity of intention and the pursuit of truth, emphasizing the United States' commitment to fairness, integrity, and the pursuit of a better world.
Free flag coloring page with some squiggly doodles inside the stripes and the words “Happy Fourth of July” coloring page underneath.
Happy Fourth of July Coloring Sheet With Flag
The blue color in the American flag represents vigilance and justice. It symbolizes the unwavering commitment of the American people to uphold the principles of law and order. Blue embodies the strength of unity and the resolve to maintain a just society. It reminds us of the responsibility we hold as citizens to protect and defend the rights of every individual, ensuring that justice prevails for all.
This one is just a simple flag with the words “Happy 4th of July” written underneath
Let Freedom Ring 4th of July Coloring Page
The choice of red, white, and blue for the American flag is deeply rooted in historical and symbolic significance. These colors reflect the heritage of the United States and pay homage to its European origins. The flag's colors are reminiscent of the British Union Jack, symbolizing the early ties between the American colonies and their British roots.
This one is a flag with every other stripe filled with flower doodles and it has “let freedom ring” written underneath.
I hope you found the perfect page to celebrate the 4th!