Welcome to July! Ah … long lazy days, BBQs, waving flags and confetti everywhere. What’s not to love?
The most important holiday we celebrate in July is, of course, Independence Day (July 4, 2013). Here are a few activities to enhance this time.
Virtual Apple Pie
Let Your Guests Help Make the Decorations for Your Party!
July Coloring Pages
More Activities at Independence Day Fun!
Do kids of today still know what an Etch-a-Sketch is? It was first released on an unsuspecting world on July 12, 1960. What a great toy!
Learn about the history of the Etch-a-Sketch
Do Some Interactive Coloring
For the kids, nostalgia might mean Pokémon.
Do you remember the first Moon landing (July 20, 1969)? Even if you don’t, you and your kids have seen the iconic pictures. In honor of that historic moment, we celebrate this day as Moon Day.
Learn About Our Nearest Neighbor
Escape from the Moon
Use Moon Pictures to Create Your Own Jigsaw Puzzle!
Summer lasts forever in a child’s imagination … enjoy it!
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