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Jul 04 2015

Independence Day Coloring Pages from Crayola

Free 4th of July Printables from Crayola

Happy Independence Day!
In 1776 the United States adopted the Declaration of Independence declaring our Independence from Great Britain. Today we celebrate our independence with BBQs, Fireworks and parties. At my house we have a BBQ, water balloon fights, and great 4th of July inspired foods. This year I am making Ice cream sandwich cookies and Yogurt parfaits for festive desserts after all the celebrating.

After all the fun and food, there is a moment when everyone needs to wind down and relax. Coloring pages and activities are best for getting the family seated and concentrating on a calm and quiet task. Thanks to crayola.com we can celebrate our Independence Day with fun and learning while relaxing and reminiscing about the day.

Crayons are a must for the quiet time and Crayola has released the Ultimate Crayon Collection. Click the image to read more about it and buy it.
Ultimate Crayon Collection

All of the Crayola coloring pages listed below are free to print and use!

To download the coloring pages:
1. Click the image you wish to download
2. Click the “Print Now” Button on the right hand side of the screen
3. Change the destination of the print job from your printer to “save as PDF”
4. Click save and select the location on your computer where you wish to save the PDF file.
Now you can print this coloring page when ever you wish.

Or simply print it to your printer from the Crayola website and start coloring it right now.

Free 4th of July Coloring Pages and Activities from crayola.com
Grillin’ Some Burgers!
Independence Day Eagle
INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY
JULY 4TH CAPITOL AND FLAG
LADY LIBERTY
LET FREEDOM RING
OUR RIGHTS AS U.S. CITIZENS
PATRIOTIC PICNIC PLACE CARDS
SIGNING FOR INDEPENDENCE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FLAG
UNITED STATES FLAG
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Happy 4th of July!!!

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