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Discover ancient Chanukah traditions and symbols. Use them to create a beautiful decoration for a holiday that's celebrated in many parts of the world.
Students research what people of the Jewish faith do to prepare for Chanukah. Why is the holiday celebrated? Find out about the special foods, gifts, games, and songs during this celebration. What symbols and colors are associated with Chanukah? Here is one way to make a wall hanging about this holiday.
Use Crayola® Colored Pencils to draw dreidels and coins (called gelt) or other Chanukah symbols on construction paper. Cut them out with Crayola Scissors.
Decorate the Chanukah symbols with Crayola Gel Markers. Accent them with Crayola Glitter Glue so they shine. Air dry flat.
Decorate the edges of a large sheet of construction paper. Air dry flat.
Place Chanukah symbols inside the decorative border so they are balanced and unified. Attach symbols to the wall hanging with Crayola School Glue. Air dry flat.
Glue the top edge of the banner to a cardboard roll. Air dry flat.
Run ribbon through the tube. Tie in a knot. Hang the wall hanging or give it as a beautiful Chanukah gift.
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