We’re willing to bet you already have a few traditions for the Fourth of July.
Maybe you and your family always go camping at a specific spot, enjoying the great outdoors for the holiday weekend.
Perhaps you pack a cooler, set up the blankets, and play classic yard games while you wait for your local firework show to start.
Whatever your Fourth of July tradition might be, we hope you have a wonderful time celebrating with friends and family.
We also have a few ideas for how to celebrate the holiday in addition to your steadfast traditions. We hope that these ideas encourage you to show your American spirit throughout the year, and not just over the July 4th celebration.
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You might already proudly fly an American flag outside of your home, but have you considered the inside?
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One of the best ways to celebrate America is to learn about its history. If you have the opportunity, check out a local history museum to learn more about your community or your state’s capital city.
You could also check out a war memorial or visit a nearby military base if you want to skip the museum.
It doesn’t get more American than a friendly baseball or flag football game. If you have a good group of neighbors or co-workers, get everyone together for a day of sports.
You can set up a water balloon toss for the kids and set up corn hole for those who don’t want to participate in the game itself. Bring a cooler full of beverages and food, and you’re set up for a day of family-friendly fun.
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