An eight day festival beginning on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev. It is known as the Festival of Lights. It takes place in November or December.

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Chanukah on The Cyber Home of Torah
Orthodox Union "Everything there is to know about Chanuka site". Information for beginners, audio, background, and history.'s Virtual Chanukah
How to celebrate, pray, light, listen and learn Chanukah; plus multi-level study, games, audio and video, how-to guide, stories, and recipes. Searchable worldwide public menorah lighting events.
Chanuka Fun and Games
Simple telling of the story of the holiday, games, coloring pages. (From Torah Tots)
Chanukah -
Project Genesis, Torah on the Information Superhighway, presents this collection of readings on different aspects of the holiday.
Chanukah at Ohr Samayach
Collection of articles about Chanukah.
Halacha, Jewish Laws and Jewish Customs of Chanukah
Online audio classes in the Halacha (Halakha) , Jewish laws and customs of Chanukah.
Hanukah - Another View
Another look at the story of Hanukah. This has been published in several Synogogue newsletters and been the basis for discussion groups.
Hanukkah at The Holiday Zone
Songs, crafts, action rhymes, printable coloring pages, interactive puzzles, worksheets, and other free educational resources.
Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights
Concise description of Hanukkah and the story behind it and the menorah, dreidel, and special foods.
Judaism 101: Chanukkah
Discusses Chanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights. Includes songs, the rules for playing dreidel and a recipe for latkes (potato pancakes).
Virtual Chanukah
A detailed look at the holiday's background, along with overviews of holiday traditions, trivia, and recipes. Also includes a just-for-kids section.
Wikipedia - Hanukkah
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the history, story, rituals, symbolic importance and observance of the holiday.
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