These Fork Fireworks are safer than the kind you shoot in the air and really pretty too. This simple craft will have the kids decorating for your Fourth of July party with lots of enthusiasm.
Red and blue paint
Have the kids dip the bottom of their fork into the blue paint and press down so it shows the lines. Tell them to go around in a circle.
Wipe off the fork and dip it in the red paint, going over the top of the blue parts with the fork. Easy peasy fireworks!
Note: You could also use black paper.
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