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Remembering Independence Day with Sand Box Wars

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Fourth of July—The Fourth of July is the epitome of summer. It’s one of those days that brings you back to your childhood with timeless traditions. A parade in the morning with salt water taffy for breakfast starts the typical American celebration. Then you spend the day outdoors with…

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Photo Prop: 4th of July Printable Photo Props

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Whether you are getting together for a family barbecue or going to a patriot parade, celebrating the 4th of July is as American as apple pie. Photograph this festive holiday and make the moment extra special with these adorable 4th of July Printable Photo Props. The printable photo props include…

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Recipe: Homemade Banana Split Ice Cream

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What a better time to share a sweet dessert recipe than for Independence Day? This quintessential American holiday began 236 years ago. And while our food supply has changed a lot since then, ice cream was available in early America. How do we know? Our founding father Thomas Jefferson

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Celebrate Summer with Fun 4th of July Crafts

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I love celebrating our nation's Independence Day! There is something really special about seeing the red, white and blue colors together. This post spotlights some of the fun 4th of July crafts from the Mom It Forward online community of bloggers. Prepare to be totally inspired. You will not only…

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Kids Craft: How to Make an Independence Day Explosion Box

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So, it's the day after the Fourth of July. You had a great time celebrating our country's independence with your family and/or friends, but what if your kids aren't ready for the party to be over? Or what if you live in a state, like Utah, where people celebrate

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