Holidays like Christmas, Hanukkah, Easter and St. Patrick's Day are all good reasons for a kid to don something dressier.
Get ready for Hanukkah and Christmas as the year ends, and stock up on party hats and poppers for those New Year's Eve celebrations.
They are especially appropriate as birthday gifts, but can be given for any occasion, including Christmas, Hanukkah, anniversaries, Mother's Day, graduation day and any other occasion that calls for a special gift.
Gift exchanges, family meals, Hanukkah parties, and greeting cards are all popular ways to celebrate the eight nights of Chanukah, and ecards make it easy to share seasonal greetings with family and friends.
In addition to the sweet offerings, the company also provides a bevy of other gourmet treats, such as meats, cheeses, chocolates and even Kosher items for Hanukkah.
The traditional red and white are on most of the wreaths, but you can also pick a blue bow that they use to represent Hanukkah.
Hanukkah is another winter holiday, so if your family celebrates this Jewish holiday, consider making Star of David ornaments.
For a list of Jewish movie stars, you can take it a little further than just listening to Adam Sandler's Hanukkah Song.
Surfing the Net with Kids this site offers Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, and winter games geared towards children.
For further details and illustrations of Hanukkah lamps see Jewish Encyc., s.v.