Every year families choose family traditions to celebrate the holidays. Here are a few gift ideas to celebrate Hanukkah.
Give your children gifts that allow experiences they can remember. Here are three of the best hands-on activities.
Let’s start off with a family-fun puzzle. Learning and fun in one!
Have fun and learn with this 300 piece puzzle of the world. Discover animals and landmarks living in specific places around our globe. Learn even more from the 24 page World Atlas that accompanies this awesome puzzle.
This kit includes a 64-page recipe book, cupcake cases to make one recipe, and adorable cake toppers. If you have a child anything like mine, your child will love baking with you! Children love helping, baking, and of course eating their treasures at the end!
This kit will delight any young dinosaur lover. For ages 6 and up, children can use the excavation kit to discover dinosaur bones within a clump of clay. The kit includes goggles, a small hammer, and a small brush to dust off the clay. All that’s missing is the newspaper to line your table to make the clean-up easy. This is the hands-on activity this Hanukkah. Give your children something they will remember for years to come!
This is the perfect project for any young entrepreneur or pizzeria lover. Choose a name for the business, design your logo, decide on prices, uniforms for employees and many more! Cut and glue, then use the menu you’ve created to play in your new world Pizzeria.
Write and Draw Your Own Comics is a great introduction to writing comics. A few filled in panels accompany blank panels to start any child off right. Follow the prompts and ideas for speech bubbles and characters or create something completely on your own.
These are just a few of my favorite hands-on activities. Make this holiday season one you and your family with never forget!
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