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Billy Bear's Hanukkah
BlackDog's Chanukah Celebration
- Includes Chanukah quiz game, dreidel, information about the menorah, and a free screen saver.
- A brief introduction to the holiday, its history, its religious significance, and the way in which it is celebrated today.
Chanooka in Israel
- A nine-year-old tells how this Jewish holiday is celebrated in Israel.
Chanuka Fun and Games
- Simple telling of the story of the holiday, games, coloring pages. (From Torah Tots)
Chanukah Kids Club
- Includes riddles, online games, stories, madlibs, and cartoons.
Chanukah On the Net
- Stories, crafts, recipes, kid stuff, books, music, info, and games.
Chanukah Time at Kid's Domain
- Offers online games, word puzzles, printable coloring pages, crafts, clip art, downloads for PC and Mac, and electronic postcards.
Hannakah Crafts at Amazingmoms.com
- Small collection of craft activities.
- Read the story of HanuKat and the DreiDells, then enjoy a page of activities to go along with the story. Another chapter is added to the story each night of Hanukkah.
- Provides links to fun activities for children. From Bonus.com.
- Simple craft ideas from The Activities Cupboard.
Hanukkah Recipe: Latkes
- Simple recipes for a traditional Hanukkah dish.
Hanukkah for Children
- Provides safe and fun activities for children. Includes games, coloring pages, and recipes.
- Gives suggestions for celebrating the holiday and provides background information.
Happy Hanukah from Bry-Back Manor
- The history of Hanukkah for Kids, and directions for making a dreidel.
Happy Hanukkah from PrimaryGames.com
- Features printable coloring pages, stationery, and musical postcards.
- Has three recipes: for Sufganiyot (Hanukkah doughnuts), nutcakes with honey syrup, and latkes.
History of Chanukah
- Explores the history of Chanukah, as well as traditions associated with the festival. Includes links to electronic postcards, recipes, and songs.
How on Earth Do You Spell That?
- Chanukah humor for the computer programmer.
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