15 Fun Hanukkah Crafts for Families
It's been a long year. It might feel like it's hard to feel like celebrating the holidays with so much going on. But we believe that taking time to work on your mental health and enjoying the little things can help you to find more light in the world. That's why we think Hanukkah, a celebration of finding the light during dark times, is the perfect way to have some fun and laugh a little.
We found a few fun things you can do at home to celebrate Hanukkah. Baking, crafting, and decorating, we have gathered a few of our favorites together to share with you!
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Baking and Edible Hanukkah Activities
Feeling like sending a care package for the people you love? We love these customized giant Hanukkah cookies that can be shipped directly to your friends and family.
- Menorah: 4 1/4″ x 5 3/4″ (4.5 oz.).
- Star: 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ (3.5 oz.).
- Dreidel: 4″ x 6″ (4 oz.).
Make Some Hanukkah Crafts
Sammy Spider is a children's classic and this is the 15th book in Kar-Ben's popular Sammy Spider series. In it, you'll find Hanukkah recipes for snacks, meals, treats and crafts, for children of all ages.
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This year is going to be different for sure, but that doesn't mean that Hanukkah isn't important or it won't be fun. It just means that this year, we have to do things in new ways.
The lesson of Hanukkah has always been that even when things seem bleak, and you feel like everything is lost. Miracles do happen when you look for the light and you do all that you can to keep fighting for a better day. So let's all celebrate Hanukkah and share this time together.
Let's get LIT!