Mazao (mah-zah’-o) are the Crops
which represent African harvest and acknowledgement of productive labor.
Kwanzaa has a number of key symbols that are used as artifacts to teach, remind and inspire us in the application of Kwanzaa principles. Mazao is one of them.
You will need:
Yellow and orange paint
Glue and scissors
Cut an oval of yellow card.
Lay a piece of bubble wrap, slightly bigger than the card, on a well-protected surface. Paint it with the gold or orange paint.
Now, carefully press the yellow card oval down onto the bubble wrap, to make a print. Leave to dry.
Cut two leaves from green card and glue them to the bottom of the sweetcorn oval.