Hanukkah is also known as The Festival of Lights and is a Jewish festival that is celebrated over eight days. There are a number of traditions associated with Hanukkah such as the exchanging of gifts each night of the 8 day celebration and the lighting of the menorah.
The menorah is a special candelabrum with 9 candles. The centre candle called the shamash and the first candle are lit on the first day and then each day an additional candle is lit. Other traditions include children playing with a dreidel and eating special foods such as sufganiyot (fried jelly doughnuts) and latkes (fried potato pancakes).
We hope you find our Hanukkah pages interesting, we have lots of colouring pages, puzzles and printables to keep children busy.
This Hanukkah count and colour sheet is aimed at younger children first learning numbers and counting.
This colourful Hanukkah counting sheet is aimed at younger children.
This Hanukkah ordinal numbers sheet is perfect for younger children first learning their ordinal numbers. A great mathematics sheet to use in a topic related to Hanukkah.
Here is a great picture of a dreidel all ready to be coloured in for Hanukkah.
Here is a great picture of a dreidel all labelled up and ready to be coloured in for Hanukkah.
Gelt are chocolate coins eaten to celebrate Hanukkah. We have created some gelt for you to colour in to celebrate.
Gelt are chocolate coins eaten to celebrate Hanukkah. We have created a labelled gelt colouring page for you to colour in to celebrate.
This colouring sheet contains some of the items that you associate with Hanukkah including a menorah, dreidel, sufganiyot, the Star of David and lots more. Great for teaching children about Hanukkah and perfect for them to colour and label themselves.
This great Hanukkah sheet contains some of the items that you may associate with Hanukkah including a menorah, dreidel, gelt and lots more. This is great colouring sheet and also a good sheet to use as a learning aid as the items are all ready labelled.
Celebrate Hanukkah with our Happy Hanukkah sheet featuring a menorah with all the candles lit.
Celebrate Hanukkah with our detailed Happy Hanukkah sheet. It contains lots of items you associate with Hanukkah including, gelt, a dreidel, a menorah and some sufganiyot. This is a great colouring sheet for children both celebrating and learning about Hanukkah.
This detailed Mindful Happy Hanukkah colouring page is aimed at slightly older children and adults celebrating or learning about Hanukkah.
We have a menorah all lit up and ready to be coloured in to celebrate Hanukkah. Why not add your own design or glitter and jewels to make it extra special?
We have a menorah all labelled and lit up, ready to be coloured in to celebrate Hanukkah. Why not add your own design or glitter and jewels to make it extra special?
This sheet contains a Star of David all ready to be coloured in or decorated with your own design. A great sheet for Hanukkah.
This sheet contains a labelled Star of David all ready to be coloured in or decorated with your own design. A great sheet for Hanukkah.
These delicious sufganiyot are all ready to be coloured in ready to celebrate Hanukkah.
These delicious sufganiyot have been labelled and are all ready to be coloured in ready to celebrate Hanukkah.
This Hanukkah colouring card contains all sorts of objects associated with Hanukkah. A great class colouring activity and you could also add labels and decorate with glitter and jewels to make it extra special.
This Happy Hanukkah card is a little less detailed and suitable for younger children. Perfect as a class activity to celebrate Hanukkah.
Our Happy Hanukkah card is perfect to print out and colour in. Great for Hanukkah celebrations and a perfect class activity.
This great Hanukkah puzzle sheet has lots of activities to choose from including a word search, spot the difference, Sudoku and word scramble. It will be sure to keep the children busy over Hanukkah.
This easier Hanukkah maze is suitable for younger children. They need to find their way to the menorah in order to light a candle for Hanukkah. A great Hanukkah activity.
We have a great Hanukkah maze suitable for slightly older children. They need to find their way through the maze to get to the Hanukkah treats. A perfect Hanukkah activity.
This Hanukkah word search is made a bit easier for younger children. There are lots of Hanukkah related words to find.
Lots of Hanukkah related words to find in this great Hanukkah word search. Can you find them all?
There are lots of clues to solve in this Hanukkah themed crossword. A great way to introduce the topic of Hanukkah and a perfect activity to celebrate the holiday.
Can you fit all the Hanukkah related words into the grid? A perfect Hanukkah activity. Why not print this out together with some other puzzles and colouring sheets to make your own Hanukkah activity booklet?
There are ten anagrams to solve in this Hanukkah word scramble puzzle. This is a great Hanukkah activity perfect for those that like word puzzles.
This easy Hanukkah "Gelt" Sudoku is perfect for younger children and children first being introduced to the puzzle. Sudoku is a great way to improve logic skills.
This Hanukkah themed number Sudoku is slightly harder and great for older children. Perfect for improving logic skills.
Using the rules provided how many words can you make with this Hanukkah boggled puzzle? You score double for any Hanukkah related words.
This great Hanukkah shadow worksheet is aimed at younger children. Great for improving observational skills and pen control.
Draw your own dreidel for Hanukkah with this great grid copy sheet. Just take it one square at a time to create your own masterpiece.
This menorah grid copy is not the easiest as its full of detail. Just take it one grid at a time to create your own masterpiece.
This Star of David is quite an easy one and great for younger children to copy for Hanukkah.
Draw these very delicious sufganiyot for Hanukah with our grid copy sheet. Colour your drawing in to make it extra special.
Hanukkah is also know as the Festival of Lights. How many words can be made of two or more letters from "Festival of Lights"? This is a great class activity and helps with vocabulary and word knowledge.
How many words of two letters or more can you make from "Happy Hanukkah"? This is a really tough one as there are not that many different letters to choose from!
Join the dots to reveal the dreidel. This is a great Hanukkah activity. Why not print out this and a number of our other puzzles and colourings to create a Hanukkah activity booklet?
Join the dots to reveal the Star of David. This is a great Hanukkah activity.
Can you join the dots to reveal these yummy sufganiyot? They will look even better coloured in. A great activity to celebrate Hanukkah. Why not print off a number of puzzles and colourings and make a Hanukkah activity booklet?
This coloured Hanukkah I spy page is a great way to increase counting, concentration and observational skills. Can you spy how many of each of the Hanukkah items are on the page?
Can you spy how many of each of the Hanukkah items are on the page? This is a great counting activity as well as helping with concentration and observational skills. Why not get the children to colour the items as they count?
Can you find a word relating to Hanukkah for each of the letters of the alphabet? This is a great class activity and a great aid to learning all about Hanukkah.
Arithmagons are a great way to improve maths and logic skills. These Hanukkah themed arithmagons are a great activity to celebrate Hanukkah. We have provided a solution sheet in case you get stuck.
These Hanukkah word star puzzles are anagrams of words relating to Hanukkah. When you solve it correctly by joining the letters it should form the shape of a star.
Get the children using their imagination and being creative with their poetry with this Hanukkah acrostic poem.
We have a set of 8 Hanukkah flash cards in this one document to print out. They are a great learning tool and can be used in a variety of ways. Children can use them to recognise and spell the words relating to Hanukkah. Alternatively print out two copies and use as a matching or memory game.