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Our Hanukkah Gift Guide + Favorite Resources

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Consider this a Hanukkah gift guide of sorts, for setting up everything you need to celebrate Hanukkah in your home!

Granted, there is very little you actually need, so don’t let this list intimidate you!

To celebrate Hanukkah, all you really need are 9 candles. 

That’s it.  Stick some little votives in baby food jars and call it a day. Been there, done that, and sometimes the simplest (and cheapest!) are the most meaningful.

However, as you grow to celebrate Hanukkah year after year, it’s fun to add in special bits and pieces and spruce things up and add to the tradition.


Star of David Menorah  3. Multi-Colored Menorah 4. Tree of Life Hanukkah Menorah  5. Kidcraft Wooden Hanukkah Set  6. Beeswax Hanukkah Candles 


1 Hanukkah Gel Clings  2. Design A Dreidle Kit  3.  Felt Hanukkah Banner  4. Canvas Pouches   5.  Hanukkah Tea Towel  6.  Table Runner  7. Hanukkah Platters  8. Menorah Serving Tray

Just for Fun.

  1. Hanukkah Mad Libs   2. My First Hanukkah  3.  Dog Chew Toy  4. Dino Rawr Raglan  5.  Create Your Own Beeswax Hanukkah Candles  6. Ugly Hanukkah Sweater Cookie Kit  7. Dog Collar  8. Hanukkah House  9.  Jelly Belly Hanukkah Gift Box  10.  Maccabeats Hanukkah CD  11.  Chocolate Gelt Coins  12.  Latke Spatula 


  1. Maccabee – The Story of Hanukkah   2.  My First Hanukkah   3.  Sammy Spider’s First Hanukkah  4.  A Parakeet Named Dreidel  5.  The Hanukkah Guest  6.  Maccabee Meals  7. Hanukkah Lights  8. The Everything Kid’s Hanukkah Book  9.  Yitzi and the Giant Menorah  10. Oskar And The Eight Blessings 11. Celebrate Hanukkah With Lights, Latkes and Dreidels  12. One Candle

And never forget that it’s never too late!  Hanukkah began Tuesday night this year (2017) but even if you don’t join in until the 8th night, it’ll be worth it!  Don’t wait until next year, but join us in celebrating that Light that has overcome the darkness!

Happy Hanukkah!

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