Free Patriotic 4th of July Coloring Pages for Kids!

Looking for some free 4th of July coloring pages for kids of all ages!

The below patriotic coloring pages are *perfect* for celebrating the American Independence Day!

You will find 10 pages full of all the things that make the world think of American freedom: The Statue of Liberty, fireworks, bald eagles, the Liberty Bell, the American Flag, picnics, and more!

These coloring pages are a fun way to teach kids about early American history and our American symbols of freedom.

So break out your red crayons, blue crayons, and all your kid’s other favorite colors!

Fire up your printer and enjoy this fun summer activity!

Happy Fourth of July!

****Don’t stress! You can get your free coloring pages in no time. At the bottom of this post, you will find *super simple* directions to download the PDF file and print now. No email address is needed.

Check Out Your Free Printable 4th of July Coloring Pages

4th of July Coloring Page 1

This first printable page features the Statue of Liberty!

She is surrounded by fireworks and plenty of stars as she bravely holds her torch up to light the way to freedom.

Does your child know much about Lady Liberty? Your older kids may know that she was a gift from France to symbolize friendship.

While your child is coloring during your 4th of July celebration, tell him that the Statue of Liberty sits in the New York harbor. Immigrants were excited to catch a glimpse of her as they entered the United States.

4th of July Coloring Page 2

This American Flag coloring page is perfect for more than just July 4th. 

It would be appropriate for patriotic holidays like Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Veterans Day too.

The bald eagle is in front of the US flag and swooping down with its talons out. American eagles are always a picture of American strength and power.

I have had the pleasure of seeing them in the wild and it is always awe-inspiring. 

4th of July Coloring Page 3

This July 4th coloring sheet features the famed Liberty Bell!

Why is this one of the important patriotic symbols on this big day?

Because it famously rang on July 4th, 1776 in Philadelphia when it was announced that the Declaration of Independence had been signed.

4th of July Coloring Page 4

This coloring page features another bald eagle with Mount Rushmore in the background.

At the bottom of the page, you will see the phrase “4th of July” in bubble-style letters for your child to color. 

Tell your child that Mount Rushmore features George Washington – our first president and the leader of the American Revolution against England.

Other great presidents carved into the mountain include Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and Theodore Roosevelt. 

4th of July Coloring Page 5

Here is another similar coloring sheet of the Liberty Bell surrounded by ribbons, stars, and a firework. 

The bell was famously hidden from the Redcoats during the Revolutionary War. It was rehung at the end of the war.

Your child might also be interested to know that it wasn’t called the Liberty Bell until the 1830s. Abolitionists began using the bell as a symbol of freedom for the slaves, subsequently calling it the Liberty Bell.

Its famed crack has many origin stories, but most sources seem to agree the crack was present early on. It worsened with time, until it was finally retired from service in 1846.

4th of July Coloring Page 6

Here your child will see some brave Revolutionary War soldiers with a flag waving behind them. 

We enjoy unprecedented freedom today because soldiers like this were brave enough to stand up to the most powerful empire in the world at the time. 

They were true heroes who could not have known that they would be successful or that America would grow into the country it is today. 

4th of July Coloring Page 7

This modern 4th of July coloring sheet features a beautiful city skyline with fireworks filling the night sky.

Encourage your child to use all different colors to make those fireworks pop! 

What city does this look like to your child?

4th of July Coloring Page 8

This fun coloring page features all kinds of fantastic, classic 4th of July activities!

Two kids are sitting on a blanket for a delicious picnic!

Uncle Sam hats, waving flags, and hot dogs are all featured. 

Your little artist will have so much fun bringing this image to life with bright colors.

4th of July Coloring Page 9

Many kids will say the main fun activity of this federal holiday is not a 4th of July BBQ or picnic.

Their minds will think of going out at night with their family, laying out a blanket, and watching an amazing fireworks show.

This coloring page is exactly that experience!

Parents are sitting with two kids as fireworks overwhelm the sky.

Tell your kids to use the most vibrant colors to color the fireworks so that they contrast against the night sky. 

4th of July Coloring Page 10

This is the last of these cute Fourth of July coloring pages!

It features more classic family time, fireworks, and kids! 

Why are fireworks such a central part of celebrating American Independence?

According to History.com, fireworks have been used to celebrate July 4th…since 1776!

Click Here To Get Your Free Fourth of July Coloring Pages!

4th of July Coloring pages with fireworks background

Click the above image link/text link to get your free printable coloring pages in PDF format for quick download and printing today. They are perfectly formatted to print on regular copy paper. 

Terms of Use: These patriotic coloring sheets are for homeschool, classroom, co-op, and personal use only. The Simple Homeschooler free printables are never for commercial use. Thank you!

I hope this 4th of July coloring book is a fun addition to your big plans!

Whether you’re just sharpening fine motor skills on a rainy day, teaching your kids about patriotic symbols, or wanting to hand out a fun activity during your 4th of July party, this packet is a great way to get kids coloring and learning!

Hopefully, a simple piece of paper can spark conversations, history learning, and a deeper understanding of why and how we celebrate the 4th of July every year.

Whether it’s the majestic bald eagle soaring high, the iconic Statue of Liberty standing tall, or the vibrant fireworks lighting up the night sky, each of these patriotic pictures represents the spirit of independence and unity that we celebrate on this special day.

Don’t forget to add your own creative touches to these pages and let your imagination soar just like the bald eagle!

So, grab your crayons, and let’s make this 4th of July celebration extra colorful and fun! And after you’re done coloring, why not have a patriotic picnic with your family and friends?


Happy 4th of July! Let freedom ring!

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