The kids will love making this Decorative Indian Corn made with bubble wrap and paint. Set them to work making it now so you can include it in your Thanksgiving … Read More
This game is also known as the “count and capture” game. A Mancala game encourages kids to conduct thought experiments, counting tokens and comparing tactics in their heads before they move … Read More
This Tissue Paper Indian Corn by the FreeKidsCrafts Team is perfect for your Kwanzaa celebrations. Little hands can make bigger pieces of tissue.
Playtime Kwanzaa Paper Doll
Your Playtime Kwanzaa Paper Doll clothes have arrived just in time to start the Kwanzaa celebration. Gather all your friends together to celebrate and make their own Playtime paper doll … Read More
Get the whole family in on the fun with these Kwanzaa Puppets as you create your own unique Kwanzaa finger play.
Celebrate the season of Kwanzaa with this special hand made Kwanzaa Hat. Each boy will want his own.
Make this colorful Kwanzaa Gift Pouch to hold money, gift cards or a tiny treasure for someone special as you celebrate Kwanzaa with family and friends.
Make this colorful Kwanzaa Placemat for your holiday celebration. Kwanzaa is a celebration of family, culture and community.
Our Kwanzaa Word Search will help in the discussion of Kwanzaa with kids who celebrate and also stimulate discussions with others who want to know and understand the holiday.
Kids can celebrate their African heritage during the week of Kwanzaa, December 26 to January 1, by making this colorful Kwanzaa card. Pair bright cardstock with your favorite Kwanzaa symbols … Read More
Indian corn has always been a favorite decoration, and this Bubble wrap Indian Corn is pretty and a fun medium for kids to work with. Fall is the time of … Read More
Here’s a craft that teaches the kids how to weave and also serves as a teaching tool for understanding and appreciating the diversity of others around them.
This is a simple project that can be used to teach the littlest crafters the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
Here is an easy card for kids that reinforces the spirit of Kwanzaa.
December 26th marks the beginning of Kwanzaa. Celebrate by having the kids recycle baby food jars into beautiful candle holders.
What a great way to celebrate Kwanzaa. Create a banner to express the meaning of Kwanzaa.