Hanukkah

Hanukkah (or Chanukah) brings holiday fun for kids of all ages. Light the menorah, spin the dreidel, make your own latkes and more. Plus get fun ideas to make this festival of lights special for all eight nights.

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Kamala Harris and Doug Emhoff Make History With White House Menorah Lighting Ceremony: 'A Family Tradition'
"In each successive generation, the Hanukkah story provides a powerful lesson and nourishes the wellspring of hope," President Joe Biden said of Hanukkah.
The Best Hanukkah Trivia for Kids
Why do we celebrate Hanukkah for eight nights? Why are traditional Hanukkah foods usually fried? During the Festival of Lights, impress your family with these eye-opening trivia questions and answers.
7 Printable Hanukkah Coloring Pages for Kids
This year, Hanukkah begins on November 28. Celebrate the Jewish holiday with these printable coloring pages, which feature menorahs, dreidels, latkes, gelt, and other symbols of the Festival of Lights. 
How to Explain the Hanukkah Story to Kids
The first night of Hanukkah 2021 is November 28. Learn all about the history of Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday that celebrates the power of light and miracles.
7 Menorah Crafts for Kids You'll Want to Keep Forever
From Legos to seashells, these menorah crafts make great keepsakes and use simple materials you probably already have on hand. Get tips for making them, plus our favorite store-bought menorahs for kids.
8 Gift Ideas for the 8 Nights of Hanukkah
Hanukkah 2021 starts on November 28. Still looking for gift ideas for kids? We rounded up eight presents that are beyond funukkah for everyone.
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21 Hanukkah Songs for Kids
Fill your Hannukah music playlist with these family-friendly songs for a festive eight days and nights!
This Will Be the Best Wrapping Paper at Your Gift Exchange
Get ready to win Christmas. This fun new gift wrap comes personalized with a photo of you or a loved one.
7 Holiday Snacks Kids Can Make With Store-Bought Dough

Giving kids a bowl of flour and sugar = big mess. Letting them make festive snacks using a package of store-bought dough = brilliant.