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Fun 4th of July Facts for Toddlers
Independence Day: The 4th of July is also known as Independence Day, which is a special holiday in the United States. It celebrates the day when the United States became an independent country.
Fireworks Spectacular: On the 4th of July, people often enjoy firework shows. Fireworks light up the night sky with beautiful colors and patterns, and they make loud and exciting sounds that toddlers can watch and listen to with amazement.
Picnics and Barbecues: Many families and friends gather for picnics and barbecues on the 4th of July. They enjoy delicious food like hot dogs, hamburgers, watermelon, and ice cream. It’s a great time for toddlers to spend time outdoors and have fun with their loved ones.
Parades and Decorations: Some towns and cities have parades on the 4th of July. People dress up in red, white, and blue, wave flags, and march down the streets. Houses and buildings are often decorated with patriotic colors and symbols like flags and balloons.
Star-Spangled Banner: The national anthem of the United States is called “The Star-Spangled Banner.” It was written by Francis Scott Key and is often sung or played during 4th of July celebrations. Toddlers can listen to the song and learn about the flag that inspired its creation.
Young children are invited to explore the wonders of America's most iconic landmarks and attractions before bedtime with this beautifully illustrated board book.
Good Night America explores the Everglades, Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon, redwood forests, Statue of Liberty, Washington DC, Mississippi River, Golden Gate Bridge, farms, bison, bears, sea lions, cowboys, tropical islands, and more.