Hanukkah Crafts for Kids

Centerpieces, dreidels and more — put your DIY skills to use with these four Hanukkah crafts for kids.

Just the other day a friend of mine commented how quickly Thanksgiving seemed to arrive this year, and I couldn’t agree more.

Then I looked at my calendar and noticed that Hanukkah is just a few weeks away from beginning, too. Time certainly does fly when the holiday season is upon us — especially in 2020!

If you’re getting ready for the first night of Hanukkah with your family, take a look at this craft roundup. We’ve got a few clever Hanukkah crafts your children will enjoy creating as they get ready to celebrate.

Image from CreativeJewishMom.com

Chanukah Centerpiece: Yarn Wrapped Hurricanes

Creative Jewish Mom always has really lovely ideas when it comes to Hanukkah DIY ideas. In this post she shows you how your children can create simple, modern hurricanes that will look lovely on the dinner table.

Image from BibleBeltBalabusta.com

Altoids Tin Menorah

Will you be traveling this holiday to visit family and friends? If so, Bible Belt Balabusta has a creative, upcycle way to bring a menorah with you on the road.

Photo from MelissaandDoug.com

Hanukkah Craft for Toddlers

If you’re looking for a craft project for a younger child to enjoy, look no further than toy company Melissa and Doug. Using masking tape your toddler can get involved with the holiday decoration making, too!

Image from CreativeJewishMom.com

Watercolor Dreidels

Speaking of Creative Jewish Mom, this colorful project had to be included in this roundup! These watercolor dreidels are fun to make and work really well as a card or even a gift tag.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly. 

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