Resources for Teaching Chanukah
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Education Project has curated a list of high-quality Chanukah resources for every type of learner. With lessons and content for Early Childhood through Teens, as well as resources for addressing different learning styles, Jewish educators will find ample opportunity to write engaging lesson plans to bridge the Miracle of Chanukah with students' modern lives.
Travel back to Jewish life in the Soviet-era through the lens of a young girl's Hanukkah letter.
A comprehensive list of Chanukah activities sorted into multiple learning methods and perspectives.
The eight nights of Chanukah broken into 8 unique values, each with its own lesson plan, questions, and resources.
In this video, the history of Chanukah is examined from its beginnings: politics, wars, sacrifices, and victories.
Ji Bytes is a self-directed interactive learning journey that teaches the story and customs of Chanukah to ages 5-10.
This Hanukkah, stop and think about eight miracles of your own. Write them down and reflect.
Each of us can be a shamash in our own lives, helping to uplift and heal our communities and the world.
This lesson plan explores how Chanukah was celebrated by Soviet Jewry. By The Lookstein Center’s Refusenik Project.
This lesson uses texts and guiding questions to discover how and why Chanukah candles are lit.
Just how far were the Maccabees prepared to go to ensure the continuation of the Jewish people and why do we remember them to this day?
Use primary sources from the National Library of Israel to discover a variety of Chanukah/Hanukkah customs.
In this resource, we will explore the concept of burnout and what we can do to naturally keep our flames burning longer.
This Hanukkah, be sure to look inward and take steps to ensure your inner flame is happy, healthy and bright.