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Making Memories! 8 Fun Firework Alternatives
When it comes to our little ones, safety is always at the forefront of our mind. And with all the variables that can go along with fireworks, it can be good to look at what other fun things we can do while they are so small to let them feel involved without having them in harm’s way. Here are 8 great alternatives to fireworks that you can use this 4th of July with your littlest patriots. Maybe one of these items will become your own special family tradition!
Play It Safe With These Fun Firework Alternatives
Click through to see these 8 fun ideas for celebrating the 4th of July without fireworks around your littlest ones. You may find a new tradition for your family to enjoy!
Light Up Spinners
Our son just LOVES light up spinners. They are perfect for the 4th of July. And these ones in patriotic colors are a great find. Check them out via the link below.
Glow Baby Glow!
Glow sticks are always fun, but you could fill little bottles with water and drop them in for a glowing lantern, or throw them in your pool for a cool affect as well. Let kids swirl them around in the air and watch the colors blur.
Once the sun starts to set you could break out these fun red and blue glowing bracelets for the little ones to wear and enjoy.
Light It Up!
Never underestimate the power of simplicity. The good old fashioned flashlight can be lots of fun for little ones once the sun sets. And this one comes in various colors!
Glowing Bouncy Balls
Anything that glows is extra fun for kids, especially on nights like the 4th of July. These glow-in-the-dark bouncing balls would be tons of fun. You could even make little games to play with them!
Let's Get Silly!
Yes, it’s a mess to clean up, but kids just LOVE playing with silly string. Break out the red, white, and blue versions and let them go crazy for a few minutes.
DIY Confetti Poppers
Confetti is always a festive idea. Why not make your own DIY confetti poppers full of red, white, and blue confetti that your little ones can shoot off in celebration! Click the link below for the full tutorial by Estefi Machado.