This cheerful writing paper features a fun design with nice bright colours, and it's bound to get the kids putting pen to paper. We have three variations to choose from too: blank, lined and with handwriting lines.
Ask the children to grab some pens or crayons and colour in these Hanukkah bookmarks. They're great for encouraging reading, or to give as a gift...
Print out these colourful Hanukkah bookmarks, then use them yourself or give to friends and family as a small gift. You can laminate them if you wish too...
Here's a poster featuring gelt, the chocolate coins given to Jewish children on the festival of Hanukkah - perfect for a Hanukkah display or craft.
This fun writing paper features a colourful dreidel, the spinning top played with during Hanukkah. Perfect for lots of Hanukkah writing projects - choose from one of three versions below.
Playing with the dreidel is a traditional Hanukkah game played in Jewish homes all over the world. Use our dreidel poster as part of a Hanukkah display at home or in the classroom.
Just in case our illustration on how to practice "making 10" with number lines is useful, we provide a printable version here. You can find similar Make 10 Worksheets here.
We have two simple worksheets to help your child learn - or revise- their addition facts from 10 + 0 to 10 + 20. If you can work on instant recall for these, adding by "making 10" becomes much easier.
Here are 6 more challenging brain teasers to enjoy over the Christmas holidays - and these are guaranteed to get the kids (and adults!) thinking - and perhaps provoking a groan or two!