Juneteenth Button Flag Craft

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INSIDE: Juneteenth Button Flag Craft is a fun and easy fine motor craft for Juneteenth. Create a Juneteenth Flag using buttons to celebrate the progress of civil rights.

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How to Create A Juneteenth Button Flag Craft

  1. Line up 6 craft sticks horizontally to be the base of your flag.
  2. Take two other craft sticks and cut about an inch off each end.
  3. For the Junenteeth red, blue with a star flag, grab your red, blue and white buttons. Use a glue gun or tacky glue to secure the buttons to the craft sticks.
  4. For the Afro-American flag/ Black Liberation flag glue down red, black and green buttons using glue gun or tacky glue to secure the buttons to the craft sticks.
  5. Once your buttons are secure, flip the flag over. Take another craft stick and glue It to the back of the flag using a glue gun or tacky glue to secure the buttons to the craft sticks.


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  • 9 Craft sticks
  • Blue buttons
  • Red Buttons
  • White Buttons
  • Black Buttons
  • Green Buttons
  • Quick Dry Tacky Glue or regular school glue or glue gun

Age Suitability

This activity is good for kids 4 years and up. My kids are 3, 3, and 6 year old.

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