17 Ways Kids Can Have A Blast Without Fireworks On The Fourth in Uncategorized on July 4, 2016 Happy 4th July! Here are some safe ways to celebrate the holiday with your little ones. This article was written by Krista Torres. Original article here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kristatorres/17-ways-kids-can-have-fun-without-fireworks-this-fourth-of-j 1. Cotton Candy on a Glow Stick amazon.com Your kids will forget all about fireworks once they get one of these. You can buy a set of 10 glow wands for $23.95, then make or buy cotton candy to put on the glow stick. 2. Fourth of July Slime pleasantestthing.com This super cool slime is sure to keep the kids entertained! See how you can make it here. 3. Fizzling Fireworks toddlerapproved.com You don’t have to light fireworks, you can make them! Learn how to here. 4. Confetti Launchers piikeastreet.com Replace Popper Rockets with these neat Confetti Launchers. See how to make them here. 5. LED Balloons amazon.com Instead of Roman Candles, light the sky with these balloons. Get a pack of 20 for $19.99. 6. Firecracker Pretzel Rods spicysouthernkitchen.com Let the kids create their very own edible firecracker. See how to make them here. 7. Fourth of July Flashlights stuffedsuitcase.com Keep the kids entertained once it gets dark with these flashlights. Learn how to make your own here. 8. Firecracker Shirts jaseyscrazydaisy.com This super creative idea will make the kids feel festive! See what you need to make them here. 9. Red, White and Blue JELL-O Ice Cubes shakentogetherlife.com Not only are these delicious, they won’t melt in the heat! Learn now to make them here. 10. Firework Salt Paintings busymommymedia.com These cool works of art will keep the kids busy on the fourth. See how to make them here. 11. Patriotic Rock Painting thecraftycrow.net Let the kids paint their own patriotic rocks for the holiday. See what type of materials you will need here. 12. Fireworks in a Jar lifewithmoorebabies.blogspot.com No fire necessary. Learn how to make theses fun fireworks here. 13. Piñata Balloons thegunnysack.com Get the party started with these homemade piñata balloons! Learn how to make them here. 14. Spray Paint Stars theconcretecottage.com Watch your kids’ faces light up when they see the lawn! Learn how to create this on yours here. 15. Fourth of July Ice Cream Cones thisgrandmaisfun.com Set up an ice cream cone table with toppings for kids to create their own patriotic cone. See how to make them here. 16. Fourth of July Wands eighteen25.com These wands are a great replacement for sparklers. See how to make them here. 17. Have a Red, White and Blue Scavenger Hunt playpartyplan.com Send the kids on a scavenger hunt. Get the free printables here.