Join us in celebrating the holidays this season from A to Z. We’re crafting advents and icicles, trees and yarn poms. Find all sorts of fun crafts and activities for the whole family in our Holiday ABC series. Holiday activities from A to Z! A is for Advent . B is for Bells . C is for Candy Cane . D […]

Hanukkah is ready to begin this week, the evening of Wednesday November 27th. Help your children celebrate this Festival of Lights by creating a magazine collage menorah. We were counting 8 nights of Hanukkah by adding a yellow magazine paper to each candle. You can also create a 9th candle holder to your menorah for […]

Hanukkah is just days away beginning on the evening of December 8th this year. So for our Letter H in our Holiday ABC series, we’re making something fun for Hanukkah: Paper Plate Star of David. This is a great craft for kids to help develop their fine motor skills with threading. Supplies for Paper Plate […]

To help us celebrate the December holidays, and there’s quite a few, I’ve come up with a fun Holiday ABC countdown. I’ll be crafting up the holidays from A to Z throughout the next few weeks. I hope you’ll follow along! I’d love for you to share what you’re making for the holiday season in the comments […]

Looking for a fun project to make with your kids this Hanukkah? Here’s a sparkly Star of David made from craft sticks, yarn and glitter they will love to create and display! All dressed up in shiny blue and white, this pretty ornament is perfect for your front door. Supplies you will need for this […]

Here are some fun Hanukkah recipes and crafts from around the web to help you celebrate Hanukkah. Israeli Jellly Filled Donuts from Momfluential on M&T (pictured above) Creative Jewish Mom has all kinds of kids crafts for Hanukkah Latkes and more from No Time for Flash Cards Eco Felt Dreidel, Gelt, and Bag from Inhabitots […]

We’ve made some fun Halloween luminaries before, but today we’re making them for Hanukkah to represent a menorah. These are fun to place outside your home, lighting one each of the 8 nights. Supplies for Hanukkah Luminaries: white paper lunch sacks triangle cookie cutter or stamp blue and gold paint – thanks DecoArt paper plate […]

Guest Post by Ciaran from Momfluential Latkes (aka potato pancakes) may be the first food that comes to mind when people say Hanukkah, but these are not the only Hanukkah delicacy out there. The tradition is to eat foods fried in oil and these can be savory or sweet, as long as they are fried. […]

Crafts to Celebrate Chanukah

by Marie on December 6, 2009

Chanukah (or Hanukkah) is coming up this week, starting at sundown on December 11th. To help celebrate this special Jewish Holiday, I’m featuring some fun and fabulous crafts from Sara of Creative Jewish Mom. Have fun learning about and celebrating Chanukah. Popsicle Stick Menorah and Dreidel ~~~~ Chanukah Dreidel Straws ~~~~ Felt Wall Hanging ~~~~ […]

I’m contributing over at Alpha Mom’s – Once Upon a Holiday again today. Come see how we got to do some finger painting to celebrate Hanukkah!

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