What to get for the kiddos this Hanukkah? Finding gifts that are at least a little Jewish is always a plus. Consider making some of these great gifts from ModernTribe part of your kids’ eight nights.
The perfect mezuzah for any star wars lover, this is. It’s one of the many Star Wars LEGO Mezuzahs ($35-$45), including ones featuring Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Obi Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Count Dooku, Mace Windu. If you’ve got more of a Hello Kitty fan on your hands, we’ve got that covered too.
This Personalized Hebrew Name Stuffed Bear ($49.00) is a thoughtful gift that your kids can cherish for years. The bear is over a foot tall and is colorfully embroidered with your child’s Hebrew name.
My Own Chanukah Set with Latkes ($39.00) includes everything your kids need to learn about Hanukkah and begin to participate. The entire set is made of wood, so it can hold its own against any toddler’s playtime, and even comes with a convenient storage bag. A menorah, candles, latkes, gelt and, of course, a dreidel are included.
Got a Curious George fan in the house? They’ll be happy to know that their favorite monkey celebrates Hanukkah, too. Happy Hanukkah, Curious George ($8) is the hottest book for the nursery bookshelf.
Hanukkah Scratchers ($9.95) is a perfect holiday activity book, especially for the long car ride to Bubbe’s house. The 40-page book is filled with games, jokes and activities to keep kids occupied for hours.
Dreidel Crayons ($2.50) are a cute and compact addition to any gift (including the Hanukkah Scratchers activity book above)!
These Fancy Latke Bibs for Boys & Girls ($18.00) are almost to cute to use, but are definitely the perfect outfit for your young one to taste his or her first latke!
Trust us, you need every single Shalom Sesame T-Shirt ($26.00). This is the planet’s most perfect Hanukkah gift–sure to please parents and any passerby.
Want more gift guides? Check out our list of favorite menorahs, gifts for moms, and classic toys for kids.
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