Bulletin Board Patterns: The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa
Enhance your Kwanzaa celebration with bulletin patterns that identify the seven principles of Kwanzaa, provide a pronunciation guide, and a brief explanation of the principle. A great way to encourage Umoja.
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- Enlarge, color, laminate the three sheets, and post them during your study of Kwanzaa
- Provide class members with binder copies of the pages and have pupils color the sheets
- The patterns could be posted as is or enlarged for better viewing
- The templates would need to be edited to remove the titles
- None of the templates are in color
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