Welcome the Festival of Lights with one of these fun and festive crafts for kids.
Put a prehistoric spin on those eight special nights with this fun dino menorah. Because of drilling and spray paint, this craft is a great project for kids and parents to work on together.
Get the instructions: Momfluential
Using supplies you already have around the house, kids can create their own unique homage to the Festival of Lights.
Get the instructions: Creative Jewish Mom
Kid will love personalizing their own menorah. Hit up the craft store and get creative. The finished product would make a great gift for grandparents.
Get the instructions: Sheri Silver
Show us a house with kids that doesn't have a case of Perler beads squirrelled away somewhere! Great for hand-eye coordination, this peaceful craft can be jazzed up as much as you like.
Get the instructions: Joyful Jewish
These simple-to-follow instructions show kids how to make a beautiful "stained glass" Star of David and dreidel.
Get the instructions: Craft Project Ideas
Unfortch, we don't have instructions for this epic Lego menorah, but something tells us innovative tots will give this one look and already have it figured out. This site is also a great resource for fun Jewish crafts and a healthy dose of humour.
Get more information: Bible Belt Balabusta
Spread cheer this season with special homemade Hanukkah cards. Using basic supplies like cereal boxes, glue and tinfoil, little artists can personalize their own festive greeting.
Get the instructions: Scrumdilly-Do!
Pretty and festive, big kids can tackle this craft alone, younger children will need some help.
Get the instructions: Paging Supermom