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 favorites.
Many people actually celebrate both Christmas and Kwanzaa as well as other religious practices. “Kwanzaa is not a religious holiday, but a cultural one with an inherent spiritual quality,” Professor Maulana Karenga writes. “Thus, Africans of all faiths can and do celebrate Kwanzaa.” Source: History – 5 Things You May Not Know About Kwanzaa
- Paper Doll Body
- Paper Doll Hair
- White Paper
- Glue Stick
- Crayons, Markers or Colored Pencils (optional)
- Print your favorite Playtime Paper Doll Body and Hair. If you select the black and white version, color your items before you cut them out. It is easier.
- Print and cut out your Kwanzaa clothes and glue them to your paper dolls.
Now invite your friends over to join in the fun with their favorite Playtime paper doll.
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