Activities and games can be a helpful way to teach children about the holy festival of Hannukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Hannukah means ‘dedication’ in Hebrew. It’s a celebration of a miracle that happened over 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem.
Families mark Hannukah in lots of ways, like:
Hannukah is celebrated every year in November or December and lasts for 8 days.
There are lots of great Hannukah books you can share with your children at different ages.
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