Hanukkah, also called Chanukah, is not a one-day celebration. It’s eight nights of celebrating to come together with your family and friends. Days of family traditions such as lighting the menorah, eating potato latkes, playing the dreidel game, and yes, exchanging perfect gifts to celebrate Hanukkah. That means eight crazy nights of fun! So we have put together this list with the best Hanukkah gift ideas for this year’s celebration.
The trend of exchanging holiday gifts on Hanukkah or the Festival of Lights really took off in the 1950s. As a way to make post-Holocaust Jewish kids happy to be Jewish, rather than sad about missing out on Christmas. Making this holiday season more fun and enjoyable for everyone involved. There is a lot of value in selecting a meaningful Hanukkah gift for your loved ones.
Did you know that gold foil chocolate coins known as gelt are traditional Chanukah treats? This tradition dates back to the Maccabees producing their own money after defeating the Greeks-Syrians. If you would like to learn more about this tradition, you can check our article about what is Hanukkah and how to celebrate it.
The lighting of candles each Hanukkah night represents bringing warmth and light into Jewish homes because of the great miracle of the oil. A great Hanukkah gift can be this warm and cozy hoodie for those cold and dark winter nights.
You may have noticed these Hanukkah Gift Ideas are mostly in blue and white. Blue, white and sometimes silver, are considered the main Hanukkah colors, also the colors of the Israeli flag that show the importance these colors have for the Jewish community and a way to show how to celebrate this holiday in the Jewish way.
As you can see we have many options of funny jew gifts that will bring lots of joy to your Hanukkah celebration this year! Get any of these awesome Jewish gifts for your eight days of celebrations without leaving home only at TeeChip.com, and spend more time eating delicious Hanukkah food and adding your favorite toppings, either applesauce or sour cream with your favorite latkes recipe. How are you celebrating Chanukah this year?