Kick off the Kwanzaa festivities on the 26th of December with a kid favorite, a Kwanzaa color by number activity. Grab this FREE Kwanzaa printable math pack now for an easy activity to celebrate the season! Color traditional Kwanzaa pictures such as the kinara, fruit bowl, and more with Kwanzaa colors. Then go ahead and try one of our Kwanzaa crafts including one inspired by the famous artist, Basquiat!
PRINTABLE KWANZAA COLOR BY NUMBER PAGES
WHAT IS KWANZAA?
Kwanzaa celebrates African heritage and kicks off on December 26th and ends on January 1st. The lighting of the Kinara which is Swahili for candleholder, is an important tradition. Kwanzaa colors are black, red, and green.
The Kinara candles symbolize the seven basic values of the African family unit including unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economies, purpose, creativity, and faith.
You can download the info sheet below to share with your kids. Learn more about Kwanzaa as well as several other holidays celebrated around the world. Click here.
These fun Kwanzaa color by number pages, include a Kinara, gifts, and of course a fruit bowl symbolizing the “first fruits” or harvest. There are 6 pages total. Easy Kwanzaa coloring pages for preschool and older.
MORE KWANZAA ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
We have a growing list of various holiday activities for the season. Click on the links below to find more free printable Kwanzaa projects too!
- Kwanzaa Kinara Craft
- Holidays Around the World Read and Color
- Basquiat Inspired Kwanzaa Craft
- Recreate our Alma Thomas Circle Art Project with traditional Kwanzaa colors
- Try a Basquist Self Portrait
Make sure to check out some of the great projects below that feature influential African-American artists and scientists! We are always adding to our collection of Black History projects, perfect for anytime of the year!