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Hanukkah Mega Packet!

We are going all out for the holidays in my room! I was super psyched to celebrate Hanukkah with my kids, and they were all excited too! It was "wahoooo! We're gonna celebrate Hanukkah!!! Wait...what's Hanukkah???" LOL So, I got to work! I did enough time in Hebrew School to know my way around a Menorah, I figured I'd make a packet! Plus, there's a serious lack of Hanukkah material out there!!

I started out with some vocabulary and definition cards to be printed and laminated. You can use these later on with the printable game board that's included as well! They're great visuals to help with the somewhat unfamiliar vocabulary associated with Hanukah.

I crafted some black and white printable books about how to celebrate Hanukkah, as well as the story of Hanukkah. Your kids can choose to either fill in the visual, or color in the photos. Underline the vocabulary that may be unfamiliar, and use the context clues to define!

Use the listening comprehension latkes to go over the facts about Hanukkah! Kids can also answer the questions prompted during the game, "Hanukkah Hop" from the reading provided! Take home worksheets are also available to print and send home for further carryover!

I created some quick print-and-go sheets also about dreidels, Maccabees, and Hanukkah. Great bulletin board items!!

Download this great packet to learn about Hanukkah and the miracle of the magic oil HERE on TpT! Happy Hanukkah! :)






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  1. Thank you for expanding on the "holidays" which typically just means Christmas! Greatly appreciated by those of us who do not celebrate Christmas. Way to represent.

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