During the fourth of July, people usually gather around to celebrate whether it is at home with friends and family or going out to set out fireworks where it is allowed. There are also people who have a tradition on the Fourth of July to visit communities or make a charity gathering. So, what are celebration ideas you can do at home? Mix the idea of patriotism with family. You can get your kids to the park and see the Independence Day parade. If it is not possible to join the euphoria of the parade, you can have barbecues at home. Host games like delivering Fourth of July trivia and play music while having fun barbecuing.
Fireworks and parades are always fun for the Fourth of July celebration. However, kids can try to complete activities during Independence Day more patriotic fun from home. The easiest activities to do at home is cooking. Get your kids into the kitchen and bake a cake. Create a kind of patriotic layer cake to celebrate the Fourth of July. Bake a cake together with you and let them decorate it. Decorate it with frosting and sprinkles with strawberries and blueberries on top of the white frosting. Other than baking, you can have the living room with red, white, blue decoration and have a trivia quiz with some rewards. Make a Fourth of July trivia with some fun facts to liven up the celebration. Do some creative DIY fireworks by using smooth rocks, flag color paints and leave a fireworks mark at neighborhood park or by your front walk.
When the Fourth of July is known for celebration within fireworks, food and family, there are so many things in history that happen to be fun facts to know later on. There is more about the country's history. Therefore, to play a trivia game with your friends and family could give you more insight about it. Add some fun facts below on your Fourth of July trivia!
1. Fireworks tradition is called out by John Adams idea.
2. The first American flag only had 13 stars.
3. On the Fourth of July, sales of hot dogs went up more than 100 million each year.
4. Apple pie is considered as the most American dessert since the apples were easy to find.