A dreidel is a Jewish spinning top traditionally played with at Hanukkah. Our dreidel poster would look great on a classroom wall as part of a Hanukkah display.
Lots NEW! Display some of the images of Hanukkah around the classroom and home with our fun illustrated Hanukkah posters, ready to print. New this year are some photographic posters, too, which are great for displays or for showing on the white board when learning about Hanukkah traditions.
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.
Help children learn about Hanukkah by printing and displaying this poster of gelt, chocolate (or real) coins given to children at Hanukkah.
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.
Here's a pretty and colourful poster wishing everyone a Happy Hanukkah! Lovely to display at home or in the classroom...
This colourful Happy Hanukkah poster cleverly features a menorah in place of the letter 'u', and is perfect for brightening up any Hanukkah display at home or in the classroom.
Latkes are a shallow-fried pancake usually made from shredded potatoes, eggs, onions and salt, cooked on Hanukkah to commemorate the miracle of the menorah oil in the Jewish temple. Print this poster to use as part of a Hanukkah display, or for projects and crafts.
Here's a poster for a Hanukkah display featuring a menorah, the traditional Jewish candle holder that is lit on each night of Hanukkah.
Here's a beautiful poster of a menorah, the nine-branched candelabrum lit during the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah. Print and use for Hanukkah displays and topic work.
One from our set of Hanukkah posters, this one shows a Jewish style oil lamp to print and display for the Festival of Lights.
A sufganiyot is a jam doughnut covered with powdered sugar, traditionally eaten at Hanukkah. This printable poster is part of a set to help children learn about Jewish traditions and the Festival of Lights