For the eight wondrous nights that celebrate the Festival of Lights, we’ve put together a list of crafts and activities to keep your kiddos entertained for each and every one. They can put their own spin on a dreidel launcher, make homemade cookie cutters in all kinds of fun Hanukkah shapes, and even learn the ancient art of candle making. We hope these whimsical and festive projects will brighten up this year’s Hanukkah celebrations. Happy Hanukkah!
Have your kids ever wanted to make cookies in the shape of a dreidel, a magen david, or some other fun Hanukkah shape? Our Homemade Cookie Cutter DIY will show them how! Once they’re done making their cutters, try whipping up some delicious cookies with them.
One of the best things about wintertime is lighting candles, and there’s nothing quite like making your own! Candle making is an ancient art that takes a little bit of patience, but yields an incredible result.
It’s always fun to swirl different paint colors together! For this menorah, your little artist is encouraged to mix different paint colors to create a waxy look for the clothespin candles. What’s especially cool is you can “light” this crafty menorah each night by clipping on just the right amount of clothespin candles.