Juneteenth is almost here! Are you having trouble finding decorations or crafts for the kids? You’re not alone. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, is not as popular or widely celebrated as the 4th of July. There are so many Patriotic decorations and crafts in stores and online. Fortunately, I decided to recreate some of the popular art projects found on Pinterest to celebrate Juneteenth. I wanted to create a simple craft for Freedom Day that children can use to decorate their home. There are two different flags that many people use to celebrate this holiday. I decided to create the Pan-African flag since it’s more popular among the Black community. Hope you enjoy making this easy Juneteenth popsicle stick flag craft for kids.
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Start by gathering all your supplies for this popsicle stick flag craft for kids.
Grab a plastic tray or recycled newspaper so the kids will not make a mess on your table. Then have them paint 2 craft sticks red, green and black. Allow the paint to dry.
Glue the painted craft sticks to the jumbo craft stick. Make sure to start with red craft stick followed by the black and green.
This popsicle stick flag craft is now ready for a Juneteenth celebration at home or local event.
Check out my other blog posts for more ways to celebrate Juneteenth as a family. It includes easy crafts as well as things to do with the little ones. Hope your kids enjoyed making this easy popsicle stick flag craft.