When we think of July, the first thing that comes to our minds is fireworks, red, white, blue, parties, and just having fun. Here are a few suggestive ways to spend time with those you love.
1. Spend the entire day with your loved ones
Spending the day with your family and friends is a great way to spend your 4th of July. Spending time with your family and friends will help you to have fun and enjoy the day with the people you love.
2. Have a picnic
Picnics are the best way to have fun with your family and fill your stomach at the same time.
3. Go to the beach
What a better way to have fun, then to go to the beach with your family. Swimming and enjoying the wonderful weather is a great way to spend time with your family on 4th of July.
4. Do arts and crafts with your children
There are many arts and crafts activities that you can do with your children, or young ones in your family.
5. Attend an amusement park
Amusement parks are the greatest places to have fun, so why not do it on 4th of July with your family. Water amusement parks and regular amusement parks help you to enjoy the thrill of the rides and, just to feel free and have fun with your loved ones.
6. Watch the fireworks together
On the 4th of July many people look forward to watching the fireworks, whether it is on national TV, or in person. This is an amazing way to spend time with your loved ones.
7. Have a 4th of July party
Having a summer party is awesome; you can invite all your friends and family and have a great time.
8. Be creative & make patriotic themed foods
Get into the patriotic sprit, and make everything you have in red, white, and blue. Become patriotic from your clothes, to your hair, to your food and more.
9. Have a water fight
On a hot summer day, a great way to cool off is by engaging into a water fight with your family and friends. Who doesn’t love water fights?
10. BUBBLE WARS!!
Who doesn’t love Bubble Wars? Having a bubble war with your family especially on the 4th of July is a great way to spend time with your family and have fun.
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