Hanukkah is kicking off and excitement is in the air. So we've got the perfect little craft project to keep the kids busy long enough for you to wrap those last few presents.
Hanukkah is around the corner, starting December 8 this year, which means it's time to get our latkes on! The humble potato pancake is a traditional Hanukkah food loved by Jews and non-Jews alike, and with good reason. Who can resist crispy fried cakes of shredded potato and onion served with sour cream or applesauce?
I've found that Hanukkah decor (especially for the table!) can prove to be a challenge to find. So this year, I am tickled to have come across some very fun and festive personalized plates from CMP fave Little Uni.
Hanukkah comes early this year, which means for some gifts, you need to start getting ready now already (eek!). Well, the oh-so-reliable CMP favorite Kiwi Crate has a plan to help your crew rev up the anticipation for the coming holiday with some awesome Hanukkah crafts
I know I know...Halloween is not even here and already we're diving headfirst into holiday picks. But it's hard to resist when it's a Hanukkah goodie as cool as these dreidels.
If you're still scrambling for a little something to make your Hanukkah celebration a bit more dazzling and festive, Martha Stewart (of course) has the most amazing roundup of Hanukkah craft ideas.
While bananas are not normally something you find associated with Hanukkah, this year we have good reason for you to reconsider- Bananagrams have gone Hebrew.
Not to be dissing those chalk gold-wrapped coins with an actual chocolate content of about .03%, but if you're going to treat your dreidel winners with sweets this Hanukkah, we've got a better idea.
Baby's first anything can be difficult to shop for and baby's first Hanukkah doubly so. So if you are looking for something different and special for the little bundle I suggest you check out Judaica pioneer Emily Rosenfeld.
Let's face it people, good Hanukkah items are hard to come by. Fortunately Emily Sper, creator of those clever Hanukkah activity books is back and I'm especially pleased to find a fresh pick from her for 5772.
The countdown is on--you've now got one month until Haunukkah! Do you know where your menorah is?
There's a conversation that goes on in almost every Jewish household around the holidays, where kids wonder where all the cool Hanukkah decorations are? Who gets more gifts? And, how is a spinning top not lame?
Gold coin chocolates are certainly a Hanukkah necessity, although I love how this tradition can be made even better with Divine Chocolate's gold-wrapped fair-trade coins.
Playing dreidel is a staple of celebrating Hanukkah, and I have to say our games have been known to get very competitive. Hey, there are M&M's at stake! But Staccabees take dreidel playing to a new height. Literally.
Sure my son's friends get monogrammed Christmas stockings, but he can enjoy eating his latkes off one of these personalized Hanukkah plates, by Lima Bean Kids.
Comedian Louis Black said that he gave up on Hanukkah when he realized the only thing Jews had to compete with Christmas was spinning a wooden top. Well Louis, Good news! You can come back to the tribe thanks to the No Limit Texas Dreidel Game found at PopJudaica.