Free Printable Hanukkah Coloring Pages

We have these fun and festive Hanukkah coloring pages, perfect for kids of all ages during this holiday season! You can color all the wonderful things about Hanukkah like the Hanukkah menorah and dreidel and more! These Hanukkah coloring pages are so festive and great. Download and print the free Hanukkah coloring sheets for use at home or use elsewhere like a classroom (we like inclusivity)!

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Let’s color these festive Hanukkah coloring pages!

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Hanukkah Coloring Pages

This printable set includes two festive Hanukkah coloring pages. One features a menorah and the Torah. The second Hanukkah coloring sheet depicts a menorah, oil pitcher, and a dreidal.

Enjoy these fun Hanukkah coloring pages and celebrate the Jewish holiday at the same time! This eight-day holiday is a great time to reunite with family and friends and enjoy the lighting of the menorah. Hanukkah, also spelled Chanukah or Chanukkah, is a Jewish holiday that usually happens in December and lasts for eight nights. It can also be known as the Festival of Lights. To celebrate these eight nights, people light candles on a menorah (a candlestick with several branches), one every night. Other activities during this tradition are exchanging gifts and playing holiday games.

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Hanukkah Coloring Page Set Includes

Print and enjoy coloring these festive and fun Hanukkah coloring pages to celebrate Hanukkah this holiday season!

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Let’s color this Hanukkah picture with a menorah and the Torah!

1. Hanukkah Coloring Pages with A Menorah and Torah

Our first Hanukkah coloring page features a menorah, a candelabrum with 9 branches that is lit during the holiday of Hanukkah, as well as a Torah. Candles tend to be white, sometimes blue and white, while the menorah is silver or gold. Wish a Happy Hanukkah to your loved ones with this printable Happy Hanukkah coloring page!

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Let’s color Hanukkah coloring pages with a dreidel, menorah, and pitcher of oil!

2. Hanukkah Coloring Pages Showing Menorah, Pitcher of Oil, and Dreidel

Our second Hanukkah coloring page shows the candles of a menorah (or hanukkiah), a dreidel, and an oil pitcher. The dreidel has each side inscribed with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, that form an acronym for the Hebrew saying Nes Gadol Hayah Sham, which can be translated to “a great miracle happened there”.

Bring your favorite crayons to color in these Hanukkah printable pages and continue enjoying the celebration!

Hanukkah Coloring Pages
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These coloring pages are sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches and can be printed at home or in the classroom with black ink.


Developmental Benefits of Coloring Pages

We may think of coloring pages as just fun, but they also have some really cool benefits for both kids and adults:

  • For kids: Fine motor skill development and hand-eye coordination develop with the action of coloring or painting coloring pages. It also helps with learning patterns, color recognition, structure of drawing and so much more!
  • For adults: Relaxation, deep breathing and low-set up creativity are enhanced with coloring pages.

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  1. The first picture is of a Hanukkiah (with 9 candle holders) and the second is a menorah (for 7 candles). Also candles and menorahs and Hanukkiahs can be any color and design, as long as one candle sits higher than the others. That’s the Shamash and it is used to light the other candles.

  2. Kristen Yard says:

    Thank you for sharing with us, Sara!

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