Chanukah is one of the most beautiful holidays that we have. Full of light and miracles and lovely family traditions–dreidel games, latkes, sufganiot and shiny Chanukah gelt–it’s a holiday that even the littlest members of your family can participate in with glee.
If your kids are a little older–late preschool to early primary–they may be starting to tire of the same old Chanukah stories. Maybe you love the idea of Chanukah storytime, after the chanukiah is lit and the latkes are eaten, but the idea of one more retelling of the traditional Chanukah story makes you want […]
Chanukah is one of those holidays that the whole family looks forward to. The traditions are infectiously fun and the atmosphere is always party-like. What better way to keep the party going than to make storytime with your little ones a part of your tradition on those eight holiday nights?
Everybody loves Chanukah; it’s a truly joyous holiday, with some of our most fun traditions and rituals. Lighing the chanukiah, eating latkes and sufganiot, playing dreidel–these are all things that we look forward to with anticipation. And I love the idea of including storytime in Chanukah celebrations.