Chanukah Dreidel Decoration
Chanukah Handprint Menorah
Learning resources from NSW Board of Jewish Education.
Potato Latkes Symbolism and Recipes
From Learn Religions.com
How to Play Dreidel
Rules for the popular Hanukkah game' The Hebrew word for dreidel is sevivon, which, as in Yiddish, means to turn around. Dreidels have four [Hebrew] letters on them, and they stand for the saying, "Nes Gadol Haya Sham,"meaning "a great miracle occurred there." In Israel, instead of the fourth letter "shin," there is a "peh," which means the saying is "Nes Gadol Haya Po"--"a great miracle occurred here."
DLTK's Custom Dominos
Great tool for any holiday or unit study theme. Pick a theme for your dominoes and then choose color or black and white before printing.
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A nice unit study on Hanukkah for 4th & 5th grades that covers five class periods or one full day; some group activities
The Story of Hanukkah
Potato Latkes I
"A classic potato latke, you can't go wrong with these crispy hot cakes. Serve with applesauce, sour cream and chopped green onions! Happy Hanukkah!" Original recipe yield: 10 to 12 latkes.
Spiritual insights, stories, lessons, and fun, including a user-friendly Chanukah how-to-guide
Day-by-day Chanukah guide
This site has a day-by-day guide for Chanukah.
Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights
Read aloud a simple telling of the Hanukkah story and follow up with a handful of across-the-curriculum activities. From Education World.com
Choose from appetizers, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts