4th Of July Round Up Features From Moms Library {and this weeks link up 7-2}

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4th Of July Round Up Features From Moms Library {and this weeks link up 7-2}

2.  Forth Of  July Sensory Bin by Gift Of Curiosity 
4th of July sensory bin using water beads || Gift of Curiosity
3.  4th of July Montessori activities by Gift Of Curiosity 

4th of July Montessori trays || Gift of Curiosity

4.  4 Ways to Celebrate July 4th with Your Kids by All Our Days
4 Ways to Celebrate July 4th with Your Kids @ AllOurDays.com

5.  Homemade Flags for the 4th of July by Boy Teaches Mama

Boy Mama Teacher Mama | Homemade American Flag

6.  4th of July {Noise} Maker by School Time Snippets 

7.  Easy Jar Candle Craft by Fantastic Fun And Learning

4th of July Craft for Kids
8.  4th of July Rockets Craft for Kids by Sippy Cup Mom For Gummy Lump
Kids Craft: 4th of July Rockets

9.  Simple 4th of July Playdate by My Teachers Name Is Mama

10.  4th Of July T-shirt by Fitness, Fashion, and Mommyhood

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