As much an art form as it is practical use, the centuries-old practice of kente weaving was traditionally done by men to make clothing for African royals to wear during prestigious ceremonies. A great way to honor this tradition is to add this kids’ activity to your Black History Month crafts as an interactive teaching aid. You might also use it to complement your international social studies curriculum. Includes self-adhesive foam pieces, cardstock, non-woven fringe and satin cording. 8 1/2" x 11" Makes 12. Some glue required, sold separately. All craft kit pieces are pre-packaged for individual use. Kits include instructions. © OTC
Warning: Choking Hazard
Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
- Unit of Measure
- Makes 12