Kwanzaa Coloring Pages
Talk about the customs and traditions associated with Kwanzaa as the kids color their favorite Kwanzaa coloring pages. This is a good exercise for all kids so they can understand and appreciate different cultures.
It is they who, as Mary M. Bethune taught, are the “heirs and custodians” of our cultural legacy as a people. This dual function as heirs and custodians means that they not only inherit African culture—its narrative and achievements, its views and values—but must assume responsibility for its preservation and expansion. Source: Official Kwanzaa Website – The Meaning of Children
- White Paper
- Crayons, Markers or Colored Pencils
- Set the kids up in a comfortable space with their favorite medium.
- As the color their favorite picture talk about some of the African customs and stories.
Patterns, Templates and Printables
Click on a pattern to open it in a new window to print in the correct size
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