Activities, Lesson Plans, and More
- Y—Young (PreK-3rd)
- M—Middle (4th-6th)
- O—Older (7th-12th)
- T—Teacher Resources
My Jewish Learning has a large collection of articles for learning about and celebrating Sukkot, covering topics like Laws for Building a Sukkah, Sukkot Around the World, Sukkot Greetings, vocabulary, history, recipes, and more.
The Festival of Sukkot
An introduction to Sukkot by John J. Parsons for Hebrew4christians.com. This is a 13 page PDF Printable file for learning about Sukkot.
What Does the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) Mean to Christians?
From Learn Religions, an educational DotDash blog focused on educating the general public about the world's religions through unbiased and beginner-friendly information.
The word “Sukkot” means “booths,” and refers to the temporary dwellings Jews lived in during the 40-years they wandered the desert after leaving Egypt. Learn about the holiday and how to make a sukkah in this overview from Judaism 101.
These learning resources from NSW Board of Jewish Education explain how to build a sukkah, provide background on the Four Species, and look at some other observances of the holiday.
Sukkot for Kids
An overview of Sukkot traditions, blessings, vocabulary, and symbols from Akhlah: The Jewish Children's Learning Network.
Sukkot for Kids
A large collection of Sukkot videos, games, crafts, stories, and more from Chabad.org.
Sukkot Games and Activities
Sukkot games, coloring pages, stories, and more for kids. From Torah Tots.
Sukkot for Families
Creative tips for Sukkot family activities and decorating and living in your sukkah. From My Jewish Learning.
Sukkot Games, Printable Resources, and Activities
A Kids Heart has a large collection of printable coloring pages, word searches, crossword puzzles, and more for celebrating Sukkot.
This site from the Cyber Home of Torah includes an introduction to the holiday and many explanations of the different aspects of celebrating Sukkot. Seventy Oxen is a brief explanation of why Sukkot is important to all of the nations and not just Israel.
What Is Sukkot?
“A guide to the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, and the meanings behind it.” From Chabad.
Reform Judaism Sukkot Resources and Events
ReformJudaism.org has a large collection of articles covering Sukkot history, traditions, customs, and Torah readings. You can find answers to all your FAQs, activity ideas, recipes, crafts, and online and in-person events.
How to Celebrate Sukkot
This article from Jewish Unpacked provides an overview of Sukkot as well as videos, covering Sukkot greetings, how to build a sukkah, and how to shake the lulav and etrog.
Sukkot Crafts and Recipes
This article from Tori Avey provides an overview of Sukkot and a collection of recipes and crafts for kids.