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Harvest celebrations are held in many cultural traditions. Create a colorful fruit and vegetable garland for Sukkot, Thanksgiving, Kwanzaa, or any festive occasion!
Ask students when they celebrate the harvest? Thanksgiving? Kwanzaa? Sukkot? Sukkot is a 7-day Jewish holiday in early fall. The name Sukkot refers to the temporary dwellings (sukkah) that people live in during this time as well as the autumn harvest in Israel. Traditional harvest decorations are often made from paper, such as this food chain.
Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to draw fruits, vegetables, and wildflowers. Color your harvest bounty with Crayola Twistables.
Cut out the harvest symbols with Crayola Scissors. Punch a hole at the top of each piece. Run string or yarn through holes. Put knots between pieces on the chain so they don’t bunch together.
Open the golden door of Ellis Island and explore the history of immigration in the United States.
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