Crafts designed to help kids celebrate the African culture and Kwanzza, the African American holiday that celebrates family, community and culture.
What a great way to celebrate Kwanzaa. Create a banner to express the meaning of Kwanzaa....
Celebrate African heritage during the week of Kwanzaa, December 26 to January 1. Pair bright cardstock with your favorite Kw...
Make this colorful placemat for your holiday celebration. This is an encore craft where we bring you the best crafts from pre...
Celebrate Kwanzaa with your own Beaded Kwanzaa Flag created by the FreeKidsCrafts team. ...
Teachers: Try some of the Paper Plate Crafts for your bulletin boards.
Class Moms: Have an "un-birthday" event with Marshmallow Birthday Pop Candles.
Den Mothers: Show the kids how things grow with their own Grass Head Monster.
Girl Scouts: Have the girls make a Paper Bag Serape for Thinking Day.
Camp Counselors: These Balloon Critters are a lot for fun for campers of all ages.
ArtsoniaTake a look at third graders African inspired masks.
ActivityVillageExplanation of the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
MakingFriends.comLots of Kwanzaa and African crafts to celebrate the holiday.
ThemeLinks.comLinks to other Kwanzaa projects.
KidsTurnCentral.comClip art with a Kwanzaa theme.
ScissorCraftMost of Scissorcraft's African masks were drawn upon photos of African artifacts in the African Art Museum Some of the items listed in that museum date back hundreds of years.
FirstPalette.comMake an African Mask out of a paper plate.
thebestkidsbooksite.comCrafts, books and coloring pages for Kwanzaa.