Hanukkah (or Chanukah) brings holiday fun for kids of all ages. Light the menorah, spin the dreidel, make your own latkes and more. Plus get fun ideas to make this festival of lights special for all eight nights.
Attention, merry makers: Get creative with these handmade gift ideas that are fun (and inexpensive!) for kids to craft and give.
Pressed for time? Grab some rolls of washi tape for the easiest decorations ever.
Celebrate all eight nights of the Festival of Lights with a different craft and recipe every day.
Whether they're blondies, biscotti, no-bakes, or cut-outs, these holiday cookies will be a special treat for everyone on your gift list. The hardest part won't be making these cookie recipes--it'll be deciding which treats to keep for yourself!
Make one of these five festive destinations your home for the holidays!
The holidays don't really feel like the holidays until you've welcomed a new baby to the family.
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Light the menorah, spin the dreidel, and feast on a colorful winter meal to ring in the 8 nights of Hanukkah.
Looking for ways to celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah? Try these tips from interfaith families to create heaps of fun in a two-for-one Chrismukkah celebration.
Your child will love making a menorah he can "light" each night.
Make your holiday special with these ideas and recipes.
This holiday, give the loved ones on your list a customized present. These 16 personalized gift ideas are no more trouble than buying a regular trinket.
Looking for stocking stuffer gift ideas this holiday season? These 15 cheery and practical choices--all $10 or less--will delight anyone on your "nice" list.
Baking together is one Pinterest-inspired holiday fantasy that's actually doable, thanks to our completely kid-friendly cookies from the author of the children's cookbook Baking Class.
When the season kicks off, these four multicultural families know there's not just one way to celebrate--especially when there are so many traditions to go around!
Giving kids a bowl of flour and sugar = big mess. Letting them make festive snacks using a package of store-bought dough = brilliant.
Give experiences instead of gifts this season, and ask extended family to get on board too. Here are some great family Christmas ideas to give instead gifts.
If you thought the major holiday sales were over for the season, think again! Green Monday (December 12) will offer some of the biggest sales this year.
Hatchimals are wildly popular, and wildly impossible to get your hands on!
Still looking for a Hatchimal for Christmas or Hanukkah? This may be your chance.
He's arrived just in time for Hanukkah, so don't forget to leave him out some gelt!