The holidays are for happiness and love. Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa these are the most important times to be with family!
Many people love being with family and friends; seems like the best place to be.
Or if you don’t celebrate, grab a cup of hot chocolate and curl up to a holiday movie.
:)Classic holiday movies to watch
:)The muppet Christmas carol
:)A Charlie Brown Christmas
:)The polar express
After, you watch a movie, try to make some yummy Jewish goodies-
Or if you want something a little more simple try apple squares covered in cinnamon and sugars on a piece of matzo with horseradish. It’s delicious!
Or try a common Kwanzaa tradition
You can make a flag with the traditional Kwanzaa colors — black, red, and green. Here’s how: Cut an 8″ by 11″ paper in thirds and have her finger-paint one strip red, one black, and one green. When the strips dry, help her tape or glue them onto another sheet of paper. Display the flag on the wall, fridge, or as part of your Kwanzaa centerpiece.
It doesn’t matter what you celebrate, or what you do. All that matters is if you are having a great time and are happy to be with loved ones!
Make sure this holiday you grab a loved one and tell them why you are thankful for them.