All holiday celebrations are better with crafts, especially when they’re ones the whole family can enjoy! A little DIY can go a long way when the colder weather keeps us inside in December. Of course, traditional Hanukkah treats like latke can make a difference as well! But when you need a break from cooking, want to entertain the kids, or are looking for a way to connect with long-distance family members by sending something homemade, printable Hanukkah crafts are an easy solution.
Hanukkah Coloring Pages
One activity that’s sure to bring all the generations together? Coloring! Young or old, coloring in Menorahs and the Star of David can make for relaxing family down-time. These coloring pages are also a great way to entertain the kids while you’re cooking or shopping for Hanukkah gifts!
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If you can’t celebrate with a family member in person, you can still brighten their Festival of Light with a homemade Hanukkah card. One of these cards is ready for a heartfelt message as soon as it’s printed, but the others have space for kids to color in. Maybe the family can write a card for someone new on each of the 8 days of celebration!
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However you celebrate, the important part is to stay connected to your loved ones throughout the holiday season. Setting aside some family craft time or writing a card to grandma is a great way to stay connected to those both near and far. Hanukkah Sameach!
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A little DIY can go a long way toward creating a fun and relaxing family evening, entertaining the kids, or adding a homemade touch to your holiday celebrations! In our series Arts, Crafts, & Cookies, get ready to grab your favorite snacks and get to crafting with printable coloring pages, gift tags, greeting cards, and more.