These sites tell about the history and traditions of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah (Chanukah). There are several online games, recipes, print-outs, and more. Includes a link to an eThemes resource on Christmas traditions in the United States.
Enchanted Learning: Hanukkah Crafts
Here are some craft ideas for Hanukkah.
ABC Teach: Menorah
Here is a menorah for you to print out and color.
ABC Teach: Word Search
Try this Hanukkah word search.
ABC Teach: Coloring Page
Print out and color this fun Hanukkah scene.
ABC Teach: Report Form
Use this form to help you write a report about Hanukkah.
PBS Kids: Sue Ellen's Scrapbook: Hanukkah
Follow Sue Ellen's story to learn about Hanukkah and its celebration.
PBS: Historical Facts
This page has historical facts about Hanukkah and the significance of latkes fried in oil.
The Hanukkah House
You can learn some Hebrew words while building a fun holiday scene. Just click on the Hebrew words to the left and drag them into the picture and a picture of the word will appear.
Learn about the Menorah, Hanukkah foods, and more.
Holiday Traditions: Israel
This website about Hanukkah includes a recipe for latkes.
Judaism 101: Chanukkah
Read the story of Chanukkah and learn about its traditions. You can play a virtual dreidle game and listen to Chanukkah music.
eThemes Resource: Holiday: Christmas Traditions in the U.S.
These sites cover U.S. Christmas traditions, including Santa, stockings, Christmas trees, and the story of Jesus. Listen to Christmas music online, e-mail Santa, and play interactive games and quizzes. Includes text of the famous letter, "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa" and "Twas the Night Before Christmas."
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