Don't forget to print out a few printable patriotic games for your Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day Celebration Parties. They are not very expensive so even if you don't end up using them this time, you will have unlimited printouts for 90 days which takes you way past Labor Day.
We love to have these games on hand just in case … just in case it rains, just in case the little kids (or the big kids) get antsy, just in case your party extends well into the evening after the sun goes down and the lawn games get put away. Printable games are also a perfect evening activity when camping since they are light weight and easy to transport. Consider printing on recycled paper. Additionally, if you are looking for classroom activities for a patriotic school party, these are both educational and fun.
All six of these printable patriotic games will keep your guests guessing and laughing plus you can personalize all of them.
Yes, we found even more printable games for your patriotic parties, including patriotic baby showers!
Especially noteworthy, these printable photo booth props can also make for a very fun patriotic theme party activity!
Printable Patriotic Party Decor
Planning a last minute Labor Day BBQ or just never got around to thinking about the decor until now? Check out these fun printable banners, cupcake toppers and labels.
Here is another Etsy shop that has a great patriotic decor printable package.
And although not printable we promise you will want to use these red, ivory & navy pinwheel decorations at least three times a year, year after year.
Red, White & Blue Outdoor Games
Wow >> we just found another handful of patriotic games. Although not printable, we can easily envision pulling them out year after year for our Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day parties.
Patriotic Party Favors
Loving this Idea from Martha Stewart on Family-Friendly 4th of July Activities. So easy yet so festive!
Satisfyingly loud and sparkly, these confetti-filled balloons are a fun alternative to fireworks. And unlike the real ones, these can be set off by kids — indoors! To make, pull a balloon over a funnel. Pour in confetti until balloon is a quarter full; inflate with a hand pump. Use a sharpened pencil for popping. Safety note: Be sure to supervise; kids under 8 should never handle un-inflated balloons or broken balloon pieces.