Projects for Kids
“Everyone Can Be Great” – Martin Luther King Lesson Plan - Visit letsfindout.scholastic.com for an amazing Classroom magazine to learn more about Martin Luther King! Watch these two videos: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: A Leader and a Hero
Celebrating Imani (Faith) – 7th Day of Kwanzaa - Imani (faith) is the seventh and final principle of Kwanzaa, observed on January 1. On the seventh and last day of Kwanzaa, the black candle is lit, then the farthest left red, the utmost right green, the next red candle, the second green candle at the right-hand side of the black candle, the final red, […]
Kuumba – Creativity – Kwanzaa Day 6 - On the sixth day of Kwanzaa, celebrated on December 31, we honor the sixth principle which is Kuumba (creativity). Kuumba: “To do always as much as we can in the way that we can in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than when we inherited it.” Kuumba is the commitment to being […]
Nia, the Fifth Principle of Kwanzaa means Purpose - The fifth day of Kwanzaa, celebrated on December 30, recognizes Nia or “purpose,” which focuses on building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness. Nia: “To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.” […]
Kwanzaa Day 4: Ujamaa – Cooperative Economics - Ujamaa: “To build our own businesses, control the economics of our own community and share in all its work and wealth.” Kwanzaa’s fourth principle, Ujamaa, is celebrated on December 29. Ujamaa is a commitment to the practice of shared social wealth and the work necessary to achieve it. It grows out of the fundamental communal […]
3rd Day of Kwanzaa: Ujima – ‘Collective Work & Responsibility’ - On December 28, the third day of Kwanzaa, observers of the holiday honor Ujima, the commitment to active and informed togetherness on matters of common interest. It is also recognition and respect of the fact that without collective work and struggle, progress is impossible and liberation unthinkable. Ujima: “To build and maintain our community together […]
Celebrating the 2nd Day of Kwanzaa: Kujichagulia! - The second day of Kwanzaa honors self-determination (kujichagulia): ‘To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves and speak for ourselves.’ The second day of Kwanzaa is celebrated on December 27. The second Principle of the Nguzo Saba, as well as all seven principles, expresses itself as both commitment and practice. On this, the second day, […]
Kwanzaa Day 1 – Umoja – Unity - The First Day of Kwanzaa, December 26: Umoja means Unity Black candle, placed right in the middle of red and green candles in Kinara, is lit on the very first day of the festival. It marks the commencement of the festive season. The person who takes the responsibility to light the candle makes a statement […]
Kwanzaa Songs for Kids - Kwanzaa time is here!
Let’s go to Space! - Ready for Launch! Today we are going to outer Space! The balls on the board represent all the stars in our Milky Way galaxy. Help us assemble the stars in the galaxy! The suns are hidden all over the room, like at an easter egg hunt. Use sticky velcro to connect the balls to […]
coaching Videos and tutorials
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