Activities to Help Your Preschoolers Develop Their Math Skills and the Small (Fine) Muscles In Their Hands!
The colors of Kwanzaa are black, red and green. Black represents the color of the people, red for their struggles, green for their hope.
Use black, red and green pom poms, bowls and tongs.
Label the bowls with the numbers you are working on in class (or just have 7 bowls numbered 1-7 to represent the 7 days of celebration).
The children use the tongs to place the appropriate number of pom poms into each bowl.
They can sort a variety of colors into each bowl or encourage them to place same colored pom poms into each bowl.
The colors of Kwanzaa are black, red and green. Black represents the color of the people, red for their struggles, green for their hope. Provide red, green and black beads and lacing strings. The children can place beads on in order of the colors of the candle (three red, 1 black, three green) or create patterns.
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