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8 Nights of Hanukkah Crafts

Kids will love these holiday projects

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Spend family time together this Hanukkah with these crafty ideas! Encourage your kids to make one craft each day of Hanukkah or make all the crafts in advance to enjoy them for all eight days!

1. Hanukkah Napkin Rings

Show your kids how to set the table and encourage them to decorate with napkin rings they’ve made themselves!

 

2. Watercolor Dreidel

You can create a garland or just place these around the house to display your kids’ creativity!

3. Candy Menorah

Be sure to have a few extra candies on hand for this project—crafting can work up an appetite!

 

4. Stained-Glass Star of David

This is the perfect kid-made decoration to display every Hanukkah!

 

5. Dreidel Game

Your kids can make this dreidel for the whole family to play together!

 

6. DIY Gelt

After your kids make their own dreidels, it is time for them to make their own gelt!

 

7. Pasta Menorah

With this idea, each family member can customize his or her own menorah

 

8. Hanukkah Wreath

Spend quality time together this Hanukkah and create this wreath to display year after year.