Looking for fun ways to celebrate the festival of lights? Check out these great crafts and activities to enjoy with your child, plus great recipes ideas!
As the song goes, your child can make his own dreidel out of clay, and modeling clay works best! It dries quickly, is quite tidy, and can easily be decorated with marking pens.
Here's a fun and easy way to help little ones count down the eight nights of Hanukkah: with a countdown calendar!
Make a Menorah while learning your ABC's with this easy craft.
Celebrate Hanukkah the old-fashioned way with an oil lantern. This craft is a perfect opportunity to teach your child the history of this special holiday.
This year, make chocolate-dipped apricot gelt as an alternative to chocolate. Celebrate Hanukkah by making this simple and delicious recipe with your child.
Celebrate the holidays with this sufgoniyot or jelly donut recipe. This Hanukkah recipe is great for kids learning about the Festival of Lights.
Celebrate Chanukah by guiding your child through a simple anagram word game. This activity requires your child to get his mind working as he attempts to create as many words as ...
Gather the family around for this fun song and game that will get your holiday started!
Hanukkah Worksheets and Coloring Pages
Latkes are fried potato pancakes that are prepared in several traditional European cuisines, and are often served during Hanukkah. In this worksheet, your child will learn ...
Dreidel dreidel dreidel, we made you out of paper! This printable dreidel game is ready for a turn.
There's always a good reason to eat cupcakes, even if there's no reason at all. Celebrate Hanukkah by making cupcake decorations.
Put on your yarmulke, it's time to celebrate Hanukkah! Connect the dots in this festive worksheet, and uncover a fun winter holiday tradition.
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Great Holiday Reads
Based on the best-selling PBS program, this book follows Caillou as he discovers the holiday customs of other little boys and girls from around the globe. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
When the first snow falls, snow women, snow men and snow children come out for a special party. Children will delight in the lively illustrations that help to tell this magical story. Perfect for beginning readers in first and second grade.
This simple retelling of the Hanukkah story brings the holiday to life for children ages kindergarten through second grade. It features colorful, step-page illustration of the Temple of Jerusalem.
This little book manages to parody the notion of the holiday miracle, without dampening the joviality of the season. Engaging, clever and laugh out loud funny, this is a great holiday read for kids and adults of all ages.