Kwanzaa Day 4: Ujamaa Coloring Page For Kids

We are so excited to share our Kwanzaa coloring pages for kids. The fourth day of Kwanzaa celebrates the principle of cooperative economics. Our free printable Kwanzaa Day 4 coloring page has 2 hands holding a sprout. Kids of all ages can use these Kwanzaa coloring pages at home or in the classroom.

Kwanzaa Day 4 Coloring Pages printed pdf version of black/white line drawing of 2 hands holding a sprout- Text: Kwanzaa Day 4: Ujamaa- Ujamaa means cooperative economics- Kids Activities Blog
Let’s color this Kwanza coloring page celebrating cooperative economics.

printable Kwanzaa day 4 coloring Page

The fourth principle celebrated in Kwanzaa is Ujamaa, (celebrated on December 29th) which is a commitment to promote and buy goods and services from African American-owned businesses, and this way, help each other grow.

Related: Kwanzaa facts for kids

It’s a day to celebrate the hard working African Americans and their wonderful businesses!

What is Kwanzaa?

Kwanzaa is a week-long holiday that celebrates and honors African-American culture, and anyone can join and participate in it. During this week, there is a lot of delicious food, traditional music and dancing, and many other family activities.

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Let’s color the fourth page of our Kwanzaa coloring pages!

Kwanzaa day 4 Ujamaa- Cooperative Economics coloring page

On this Kwanzaa coloring page, we drew two hands caring for a little plant, to represent Ujamaa. The simple lines in this coloring page make it perfect for little kids who are just learning how to color, and older kids will love using their creativity to color it with different colors.

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This coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

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