Symbolism of Craft: A gift box to celebrate giving Craft: A gift box with a saying inside Material: Small boxes Ribbons Markers Stickers (optional) Directions: Write a loving message in the bottom of the box (or on a piece of paper and glue it in the box) Close the box and tie a ribbon around it Give it to someone you love
Symbolism of Craft: The Hanukkah handprint Menorah is a great way to celebrate Hanukkah.
Craft: Hanukkah Handprint Menorah Craft: Material: White and blue construction paper Yellow and orange markers Scissors Glue Directions: Trace your child's hands onto a piece of blue construction paper and cut each one out. Glue the handprints onto the white piece of construction paper so that the thumbs on each hand overlap to form the Menorah. Use the makers to draw flames on the "candles"
Symbolism of Craft: Bell bracelet to symbolize the heralding in of Jesus’s birth Craft: Bell Bracelet Materials: 3 pipe cleaners, and 3 jingle bells. Directions: Thread your bells on a single pipe cleaner. Twist the pipe cleaners together. Carefully twist the ends together to make a circle.
Symbolism of Craft : The colors of Kwanzaa are black, red and green, the same as the Kwanzaa flag. This family chain reminds us that great things come when we all work together. Craft: Kwanzaa Family Chain Materials: Construction paper (green, red, black) Black markers Glue Scissors Directions: Cut your construction paper into strips Write your name and the name of your family members on pieces of green or red paper. Glue the strips to form a chain with a black strip in between every colored strip.