The seven principles of Kwanzaa are the topic of this worksheet. It's a great activity to use if you are unfamiliar with this African-American holiday.
Use these worksheets in the classroom or home, to learn a little more about the Kwanzaa holiday and traditions.
Trace over the dotted lines of our corn (sweetcorn) tracing page for plenty of pencil control practice. Younger children might want to colour in the picture, too.
Write about the kinara, or Kwanzaa, with this printable illustrated writing page. We have colour and black and white versions.
Complete this acrostic poem by creating a line of text each starting with a letter from the word Kwanzaa. If you enjoy writing this type of poem we have loads more you can try.
Increase your child's familiarity with the alphabet by having them trace over the Kwanzaa letters with their finger. Once they confident with the finger tracing they get a bit of colouring in too!
Practise your handwriting on our Kwanzaa themed handwriting worksheet featuring the Kwanzaa cup of unity.
This lovely writing page is perfect for getting children to write creatively. Use the picture for inspiration or write about one of the many principles or symbols of Kwanzaa.
Finger tracing allows children to get familiar with the shape of letters. This sweetcorn finger tracing worksheet has lots of curly letters!
Linking handwriting practice in to project work is a good way to make it more interesting. This sweetcorn handwriting worksheet would go well with a Harvest or Kwanzaa project.
For Harvest Festival or Kwanzaa, here is a sweetcorn word tracing page for young children to practice tracing over the dotted letters.
This worksheet is a great way to introduce and discuss the symbols of Kwanzaa. Candles symbolise family roots, the cup symbolises unity and the corn represents children and the future. More details can be found on our Kwanzaa pages. Happy Kwanzaa!
This lovely story paper with colouring picture is perfect for writing about the traditions of Kwanzaa, or perhaps about your own family's experiences and memories...