menorah craft for kidsSOME FUN IDEAS FOR HANUKKAH 

Here are a few activities you might want to try with your kids for Hanukkah:

Make a menorah out of construction paper, using foil for the flames. It can stay in your window for the whole holiday.

  • Play pin the flame on the candle with a cardboard menorah and paper candles
  • Bake sugar cookies using Hanukkah cookie cutters and decorate with blue and white sprinkles
  • Create a Family Hanukkah scrapbook. Photos always make great memories. There are lots of terrific stickers you can use for decorations, but markers and crayons are fun, too.
  • If Hanukkah occurs during the school year, talk to your child’s teachers about doing a presentation in the classroom. You can make latkes, or just keep it simple and read a book and teach the kids how to play dreidel.
Hanukkah Crafts

Metal Star of David

Menorah

HanukkahT-Shirt

Popsicle Stick

Star of David

HanukkahCard

Holiday Chain

 

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