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Check out Hanukkah fun delivered in boxes and crates

An eight-night Suprise Package helps families celebrate Hanukkah.

An eight-night Suprise Package helps families celebrate Hanukkah. Credit: Handout

Jewish Holidays in a Box was created by a woman named Ellen Zimmerman to help families celebrate the holidays with less stress; offers a holiday crate with two holiday crafts. Hanukkah begins Dec. 8 this year.

Hanukkah in a Box is a kit that includes blessings, songs, Hanukkah bingo, dreidels, recipes, an all-about-Hanukkah primer, decorating ideas and a CD tutorial for $34.95. It can be used year after year. A separate Hanukkah Helper Box, originally designed for college students, comes with a tin menorah, candles, chocolate gelt, dreidels and more for $29.95.

Also available this year is the Hanukkah Games Box, which includes a menorah cut-and-color activity, a six-foot design-your-own banner, and more for $19.95. For more information, visit

The Handmade Hanukkah crate from for ages 3 to 7 includes crafts to create a menorah with tissue paper and candleholders that hold LED battery-powered candles and and a dreidel that creates painted spin art. All materials and instructions in the crate for $19.95 at

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