7 Ways To Celebrate Canada Day With Kids

Jun 24, 2016

Happy Birthday Canada! We've got seven great ways to celebrate Canada — from cheerful Canada Day crafts to a brand new animated music video about the maple leaf, there's something for everyone.

1. Print A Map Of Canada Puzzle

Make a map of Canada puzzle at home. Print a puzzle (free PDF!), glue to light cardboard and play again and again.

Map of Canada puzzle

2. Make Your Own Red And White Sidewalk Chalk

It only takes three ingredients.

Kids draw with red and white sidewalk chalk.

3. Snack On A Canada Day Moose

Kids will absolutely adore this moose and maple leaf Canada Day snack. A quick and easy healthy snack.

A moose made out of toast and peanut butter.

4. Dance With Canada Day Ribbon Wands

These wands whip up in minutes, cost almost nothing to make and are easy for all ages.

A child holds a red and white ribbon wand.

5. Watch The Maple Leaf song

This fun animated video explains how the maple leaf has become a huge part of Canadian culture.


6. Make a 3D Fuse Bead Deer Ornament

What's more Canadian than wildlife? Build a 3D deer oranment with fuse beads.

A deer ornament made out of fuse beads.

7. Make A Canada Day Paper Plate Wreath

Kids can create their own festive Canada Day décor! With a few simple supplies, your little ones can craft their very own Canada Day wreaths.

A paper plate Canada Day wreath

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