Here’s a super simple Kwanzaa collage art project for kids. This is perfect for Day 6 of Kwanzaa, Kuumba, which means creativity. Have a great time making memories with your kids while also teaching them the traditions and principles of this holiday.
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Supplies for Kwanzaa Collage Art
- Cardstock, cardboard or canvas panel (white)
- Paint (red, black & green)
- Paper plate or paint palette
- Foam paint brush
- Kwanzaa stickers (purchased mine at Michael’s)
- First, add red, black and green paint to either a paper plate or paint palette.
- Next, paint your white cardstock, canvas panel or cardboard using all three colors of paint. Let your child have creative freedom with this art project. When they are finished, set aside so the paint can dry.
- Finally, add the stickers to complete this Kwanzaa collage art project. Your child can add a few or a lot.
There’s so many ways to create this beautiful Kwanzaa collage art project. I love that it doesn’t have to be perfect and your child will have fun. If you can’t find stickers online or in stores, search through old magazines for Kwanzaa inspired images.
Looking for more Kwanzaa crafts or books? You might also like:
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Make sure to check out my story time collaboration with Learn and Play Tampa Bay. I’m reading a book about Kwanzaa and sharing some fun craft ideas.