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Kveller’s Last-Minute Tips for an Awesome Sukkot

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Just five days after Yom Kippur is the joyful harvest festival known as Sukkot. Sukkot is a time to celebrate with family and reflect on the important things in your life. By building a sukkah, you literally separate yourself from materialism, and focus on the love of your family and friends.

But really, let’s not get too serious here. We’re not gonna lie–this is one of our favorite holidays, because it’s fun. And it’s fun for your kids. How could it not be? They get to hang outdoors in a sukkah, eat a lot, and shake a weird-looking fruit. I mean, that’s a great time for anyone.

As always, we’ve got you covered–we gathered some of our favorite recipes, activities, and inspirational posts to get you in the right frame of mind:

Menu Ideas

Chewy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies for Sukkot

Cranberry Apple Noodle Kugel

19 Recipes to Make with All Those F-ing Apples You Picked

Edible Sukkah Craft

Apple Crisp

Stuffed Pumpkin

Inspiration

The Sukkot That Made Me Realize No Family Is Perfect

Why My Family Builds a Sukkah

How Sukkot Helped Me De-Clutter My Life

Why We’re Finally Celebrating Sukkot at Home

The Lesson of the Sprained Ankle on Sukkot

Mayim Bialik: I Went to Work on Sukkot

Why Sukkot is Awesome

Will Sukkot Be the Same If We Leave the Farm?

Why This Secular-Raised Jew Loves Sukkot

5 Reasons Why Sukkot Is Great for Kids (Sorry Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur)

Stuff to Do

Last Minute Goodies for Sukkot

Five Gorgeous Sukkot Tablescapes

Decorating Your Sukkah

Sukkot Quiz

Nine Amazing Crafts to Help Decorate Your Sukkah

Welcome Sukkot With This Adorable Song From the Macaroons!

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