Before you know it, the holiday season will be upon us. Whether you want to keep your kids busy, want to have a fun way to educate your youngsters about the practices of Kwanzaa or simply want to commemorate the special holiday, making these crafts is the perfect pastime!Read Full Story
It's easy during the holiday season to get wrapped up in thoughts of Santa Claus and red and green decorations. However, it is important to know about the other holidays that are celebrated during this time. Kwanzaa is celebrated in the U.S. every year from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1.Read Full Story
Celebrated from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1, Kwanzaa is a worldwide African-American nonreligious holiday week based on the Nguzo Saba, or seven guiding principles. Here are some tasty Kwanzaa recipes to deliciously celebrate this year's Kwanzaa commemoration.Read Full Story
Countries all over the world will be celebrating the holidays together in spirit. Though many think of the holiday season as a menagerie of red and green, yuletide caroling and Santa Claus, other parts of the world have their own rich traditions and celebrations. This makes the holiday season a perfect time to introduce your children to the many cultures of the world.Read Full Story
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