Hanukkah is observed for eight nights and days. The festival is observed by lighting the candles of a candelabrum with nine branches, called a menorah. We found some cool ways to teach and celebrate this Holiday through crafts and baking.
You could make this Hanukah Menorah from toilet paper rolls or cardboard tubes that the kids decorate first, or you could cut them and then give them to the kids to decorate.
Easy masking tape menorah craft. The kids love it because the lights are their fingerprints, which means they can add the lights to the candles themselves each night of Hanukkah!
Here is a fun idea for your next Chanukah party--lollipops made from candy melts. They make a nice addition to the traditional offering of Chanukah cookies and can be found at most craft and party stores
You may not be able to spin these dreidels, but the surprise filling makes up for it! Fill the homemade cookies with nuts, fruit or candy to delight anyone who bites into these treats..