Where can I find some Kwanzaa poems for children?

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As of 2013, there are a few places where one can find poetry about Kwanzaa suitable for children. This poetry can be located at Kiddy House, Hello Kids, Black Agenda Report, Holidays Mr. Donn, Earth's Kids, Education World, Teacher Vision, Alphabet-Soup, and Mrs. Jones Room. These great locations also offer a variety of stories, activities, worksheets, and lesson plans regarding Kwanzaa which are free to browse and use as well as download and print out.
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