- Explore history and facts on Independence Day from National Geographic with your kids.
- Challenge your family on their Fourth of July or American History knowledge.
- Find some fun activities to do from home from Care.com and Parents.com.
What Others Are Saying
Mix up a little fun with these DIY “Fireworks in a Jar.” This easy experiment is safe for young children with a little help from an adult! pic.twitter.com/c8gFE3TTRs
— PBS KIDS (@PBSKIDS) July 1, 2020
It won't just be fireworks lighting up the sky on the #4thofJuly. A full moon is expected! And to make the night even more unique, a partial lunar eclipse will occur as well. If you look close, particularly around 11:29pm CDT, the moon will appear slightly less bright than usual. pic.twitter.com/hi91GtGKl3
— Matt Holiner (@MattHoliner) July 2, 2020