Today we continued talking about Kwanzaa. We learned the colors that represent Kwanzaa, red, black and green. For our project we made Kwanzaa bracelets using red, black and green pony beads, the children were encouraged to string the beads on a pipe cleaner in a pattern. We read, “The Seven Nights of Kwanzaa” during circle time and also colored pictures of kinaras. For lunch they had meatballs, pasta, cucumbers, pineapple, apples and garlic bread. Have a great night!