Hanukkah Coloring Pages

These free Hanukkah coloring pages are a fun activity for the kids. Have the children color in pictures while waiting for other guests to arrive at the party. Also, this activity will keep the kids busy at the dinner table.

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Hanukkah, also known as "The Festival of Lights," is a Jewish festival which begins on the Hebrew date of the 25th of Kislev and lasts eight days, through the 2nd of Tevet. The free printable Hanukkah Coloring Pages are a fun way to keep the kids occupied at the dinner table or a party. Hanukkah Party Planning spinning the Dreidel is a game of chance often played during Hanukkah, while eating potato latkes and sour cream. To play, ask party attendees to bring many small items of little value (such as pennies or chocolate coins), then spin the Dreidel to determine what happens with the loot: N (nun) - get nothing, G (gimel) - get all of the 'money', H (he) - get half of 'money', s (shin) - put half of your 'money' on the table. Match the coloring page to your parties theme. Keep the drawings and laminate them. Then surprise the kids by using them for placemats at next years Hanukkah celebration.
Hanukkah Coloring Pages
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Celebrate the timeless holiday of Hanukkah with some delicious homemade cookies; especially those that serve as fun reminders of the classic Jewish holiday.

As chocolate is a favorite dessert in the Jewish faith—indeed, it’s pretty much loved universally—the host of a Hanukkah party could prepare homemade cookies in this flavor for the big event. Ah, but no standard chocolate cookies will suffice at a Hanukkah party. Treats like chocolate coins and chocolate driedels rank as year round favorites among Jewish youth; so the host could, with the use of specialized cookie cutters (coins, of course, are round in the first place, so no special cutters would be needed) bake rich chocolate cookies in the shape and form of these classic treats. Then she might choose to coat them with thick, rich icing (either whipped or butter cream) in shades of gold for the coins and blue, silver and ivory for the driedels; colors typically associated with the rich Jewish tradition. Guests will love the chocolatey taste of these ultimate party treats, just as they take in and appreciate their meaning.

In exchange for these yummy homemade cookies, younger partygoers may wish to gift the host with some beautiful, theme-relevant Hanukkah Coloring Pages. They could color in illustrated versions of the driedels and coins they just consumed—just be sure to keep plenty of blue, gold and silver crayons on hand, so kids can do their best and brightest work before presenting their Coloring Pages at the Hanukkah party.
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