#1: Print out the printable dreidel template
#2: Trace the driedel template on a sheet of strong construction paper
#3: Follow the number and glue the tabs together
#4: Decorate the dreidel
Not sure how to play the dreidel game Kids Craft Zone can help!
Tokens or coins about 20 each player
#1: Divide the tokens equally among the players
#2: Each player must start by placing one token in the center pile. This is known as the pot.
#3: Each player takes turns spinning the dreidel. Based on which letter is facing up when the dreidel stops determines if you will give money to the pot or collect
נ “Nun” means nothing, you win nothing, you lose nothing.
ג “Gimel” means you take the whole pot.
ה “Hay” means you win half of what’s in the pot.
ש “Shin” means “put in” - you lose, and must put one.
#4: When there are no more tokens in the center each player adds up their tokens and the one with the most is the winner!
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#1: Paint the palms of your hands one color. Let’s say yellow. Your palms will be the Menorah.
#2: Paint your fingers, excluding your thumb another color. Let’s say white. Your fingers will be the candles ontop of the Menorah.
#3: Place your hands side by side on the construction paper. Pat your hands down to get all the paint off.
#4: Paint your thumb the same color you used for your fingers (we used white).
#5: Then make thumb prints in the center of your two handprints. This will be used for the Shamash candle so it should be taller than your other finger candles
#6: Use the paint or crayons to draw flames on your candles.
#1: Paint all 6 popsicle sticks blue on both sides. Then make them sparkle by adding some glitter
#2: Allow the sticks to dry
#3: Glue the sticks in a Star of David pattern. If you are unsure about pattern you can use the printable Star of David Template.
#4: Allow the glue to dry
#5: Attach a piece of string to the top of the star and make a loop
#6: Hang your Star of David in your window or around your door knob!
Hanukkah is an eight day Jewish holiday known as the Festival of Lights. The festival is observed by the kindling of lights on a special candelabrum called the Menorah. A candle is lite each night for the “illumination of the house without”, so that people passing by should see the menorah and be reminded of the holiday’s miracle. The miracle of the holiday happened in the 2nd century BCE at the victory of the Maccabees .There was only enough oil to fuel the eternal flame in the Temple for 1 day. Miraculously, the oil burned for eight days, which was just enough time to get more oil.
Crayons or Markers
#1: Print out the printable menorah
#2: Decorate your menorah
#3: During the eight days of Hanukkah each night color a candle and place the colored menorah in your window for others to view and remember the miracle.
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