I made a fireworks coloring sheet last night, in case you want to get in the mood for 4th of July! I haven’t had a chance to color it in yet, but it looks like it could be a tricky one.

Click on the image below, then print.

19 Responses
  1. Samantha

    Fun!!! I’m printing a bunch right now for all my nieces and nephews I am visiting over the weekend! Thank you!

  2. Patricia Ágreda Ferrán

    Wowww!!! Joel I could never ever imagine better fireworks than these :) They’re superb!

  3. Fantastic and embrodable, like everytime! But I think I will not stitch this: I’m working on your animal desinges! :)
    Have a nice w.e. with your family, talented man! :)

  4. Jules Means

    Oooooh I see beautiful rubber stamps in your future. It’s really fun to carve your own. Kids can draw the doodles and grownups can use the sharp tools to carve them…

    1. I really need to try this. I’ve done a few wood cuts and lino-cuts in art school, but have never made a stamp size. That would be so fun.

  5. Julia

    Many thanks Joel. I am teaching at UChicago’s Summer Lab School now and this will be a great activity as we look forward to a long holiday weekend. I will ask my students to colorfully illustrate your page as well as create mathematical sentences/equations to illustrate as well!
    Happy 4th!

    1. Great idea! It’s been a long time since I’ve made stamps like that, but I do have all of the materials. The kids would love it for sure. Nice!