Celebrate with Hanukkah Printables

by Kay on December 2, 2012

One of my favorite things about the winter months is spreading goodwill by making parties and celebrations a little easier and more fun with the free printables available through my FreePrintable.net websites. With Hanukkah approaching on Dec. 8, I’m excited to have a lot of products available for this special holiday.
As you would expect in a time of gift-giving and holiday parties, my holiday gift tags and Hanukkah greeting cards are among my most popular printables, found at FreePrintableGiftTags.net and FreePrintableGreetingCards.net respectively. The gift tags are perfect for present exchanges among family and friends, while the cards can be used for season greetings or party invitations. Both sets of printables have richly colored depictions of fun in the snow, spinning dreidels and warmly-lit menorahs. The gift tags are all available for free as PDFs and DOC files. The greeting cards have a free PDF and a $4 editable DOC option.

Hanukkah card

A great way to keep children entertained and involved with the holiday is with my free Hanukkah coloring pages at BibleColoringPages.org. These include pictures of a holiday family meal, a cute elephant with a dreidel and the lighting of the Menorah. All of them come as PNG files and are free to print from any computer before coloring in.

Hanukkah gift tag

Many of my other sites have Hanukkah printables that are perfect for adding a little flavor to daily activities. Person and business communications can be made festive with the Hanukkah fax cover sheet from FreeFaxCoverSheets.net or the blue dessert-and-decoration Hanukkah page border from PageBorders.net. These are also free to print, and the page border comes in a wide variety of formats.

Hanukkah bookmark

Even little gifts and awards from teachers and parents can make a day feel fun and special, which is why I like the Hanukkah certificates at FreePrintableCertificates.net and the pretty blue Hanukkah bookmark at FreePrintableBookmarks.net. The certificates have awards for both “Hanukkah” and “Chanukah” depending on the preferred spelling of the giver, and the bookmark is decorated with spinning dreidels. The certificates are free as PDF with a $5 editable DOC option. The bookmark is also free as a PDF and can be cut out, taped and laminated before being used or even given as a gift.

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