It’s the last day of Kwanzaa, and to celebrate the last day of this special holiday we have a Kwanzaa day 7 coloring page, ready to be printed and colored!
Kids of all ages will have a fun time coloring our Kwanzaa coloring sheet while learning about this holiday with the whole family.
Free printable Kwanzaa day 7 coloring sheet
It’s the last day of this celebration where we honor African traditions and culture. Kwanzaa day 7 stands for Imani, which is Faith in Swahili. This seventh principle states: “To believe, with all our heart, in our Creator, our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.”
All principles are important, but this one is so crucial because it reminds us of everything that truly matters in life, such as our people, our family, and our community. Faith in ourselves is key, too.
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SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR KWANZAA DAY 7 COLORING SHEET
This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.
- Something to color with: favorite crayons, colored pencils, markers, paint, water colors…
- (Optional) Something to cut with: scissors or safety scissors
- (Optional) Something to glue with: glue stick, rubber cement, school glue
- The printed Kwanzaa day 7 coloring page template pdf — see button below to download & print
Kwanzaa day 7 coloring page
Our last coloring page for the Kwanzaa celebration features two hands, which stand for faith – including in ourselves, our community, and the Creator. It reminds us that the world can become a better place. Kids can color it with crayons, coloring pencils, or whatever they prefer to color it!
Download & Print Free Kwanzaa Day 7 Coloring Page pdf Here
LEARN MORE ABOUT KWANZAA
- Fun facts about Kwanzaa – with coloring pages of course!
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- Kwanzaa day 3 coloring pages: Ujima
- Kwanzaa day 4 coloring pages: Ujamaa
- Kwanzaa day 5 coloring pages: Nia
- Kwanzaa day 6 coloring pages: Kuumba
- Kwanzaa day 7 coloring pages: You’re here!
Developmental Benefits of Coloring Pages
We may think of coloring pages as just fun, but they also have some really cool benefits for both kids and adults:
- For kids: Fine motor skill development and hand-eye coordination develop with the action of coloring or painting coloring pages. It also helps with learning patterns, color recognition, structure of drawing and so much more!
- For adults: Relaxation, deep breathing and low-set up creativity are enhanced with coloring pages.
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