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Kente Cloth - What Do The Colors Mean?

Kente Cloth - What Do The Colors Mean?
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Kente cloth is a beautiful traditional cloth or textile from West Africa, rich in meaning and symbolism. This is a chart of the most common traditional meanings for each color that can be used when children are coloring their own kente cloth patterns or doing a kente cloth craft. This is perfect as part of an exploration of Kwanzaa or for inclusion in a unit on Uganda, Africa or traditional and world cultures.

This chart is a part of the African Kente Cloth Drum Craft, a fun classroom project or enrichment activity.

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