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Hanukkah

Here is a great collection of dot-to-dot activities to light up your celebrations this Hanukkah! Download, print, connect, and color a spinning dreidel, a glowing menorah or a Shield of David – they are all totally free and fun for everyone.

Festival of Lights 1 – 25

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The Maccabees stood up to the injustices of the Greek army and were able to reclaim their temple. Sometimes it can be hard to stand up for what you believe in, but having a group of people that share your beliefs can make it easier. Join me this Hanukkah and do some awesome connect the dot activity pages. The more the merrier!

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Hanukkah Menorah 1 – 15

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In the month of Kislev, we celebrate Hanukkah for eight days. The hanukkiyah is lit every night so we can remember the miracle of the oil that lasted for the eight days it took to rededicate the temple. Enjoy this Hanukkah connect the dot activity as you celebrate this year.

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Happy Hanukkah 1 – 15

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After you have had your fill of latkes and sufganiyot, waddle over to your computer and download this printable dot to dot activity sheet. It is free to print out so you can give your drawing/coloring arm a work out. It is important to keep that arm toned and in shape at all times for any coloring emergency that may arise!

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Menorah and Presents 1 – 25

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Are you looking for something new and exciting to do this Hanukkah? Well, look no further. Try a connect the dot activity page to commemorate the Festival of Lights. Get the family together and share in the dot connecting and coloring fun!

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Spin the Dreidel 1 – 15

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The dreidel game is fun, but so are connect the dot puzzles. They are full of mystery and surprise and they are an excellent way to practice counting. Print this one out as a part of your Hanukkah celebrations tonight.

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