Hanukkah is a time to gather with friends and family for the celebration of lights. We share food, music, blessings, and perhaps small gifts with children. Enjoy these sensory-friendly Hanukkah crafts with your family!
Inspired by the classic Hanukkah spinning top game, let’s make a dreidel garland.
Build new vocabulary: winter, dreidel, blue, white, card, pencil, scissors, paint.
Yarn Wrapped Menorah
This makes a wonderful fine motor activity for preschoolers and older kids and creates a beautiful piece of art that your kids can display in their room or gift to a friend or grandparent.
Build new vocabulary: yellow, yarn, candle, stick, blue, glitter, glue.
If you’re celebrating Hanukkah with little children, but you don’t want them around candles or fire, this is a fun craft to let them be involved in. They can glue on a little fuzzy pom pom each night for 8 days of Hanukkah.
Build new vocabulary: hand, star, candle, yellow, glue.
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