Hanukkah Crafts and Books!

Old Crafts – New Books

These are my Hanukkah kids crafts from last year, mixed with books I have recently found. Hanukkah is fast approaching and I wanted to make it easy for you to find what we have to offer.  I am eagerly looking for guest posters for Hanukkah themed posts , if you are interested email me Enjoy!

Foam Menorah

Dreidel

Popsicle Stick Star of David

Books

miracle

The Miracle of Hanukkah by Seymour Chwast is a great non fiction book about Hanukkah. It explains the history behind the holiday in an easy to understand way and I love how they have this book laid out. My favorite part is how the book has many different layers of pages to explain the fight between the Maccabees and Antiochus, it’s a fun way to keep kids into it while explaining the history.  Great book !

lights

Hanukkah Lights by Ben Lakner is a book that is fun for a variety of ages and explains so much. For someone like me who has grown up with friends who celebrate Hanukkah but doesn’t herself, I know a little bit about the holiday but am fuzzy on the details. This book clears up those fuzzies! There is so much in this board book, little kids will love lifting the flaps to reveal fun details. The text is too long for the average toddler though, so if you are reading it only to a tiny one, I’d focus on the pictures and flaps, they are wonderful. If you are reading this with an older preschooler it’s perfect and they still love the flaps too!

Comments

  1. says

    Hey there…I love your stuff by the way :) I just posted a link to a gal whose blog is called Inna’s Creations and she has a bunch of great Hanukkah ideas! I would find her either on the craft gossip link or just do a google search for her. She would love to work with you! Kristen
    .-= Kristen S´s last blog ..This book just screams Imagination… =-.

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