Turn ordinary glass votive cups into Hanukkah Votives. Make these pretty votive cups and keep glitter mess to a minimum with … Read More
This Matzoh Pin was designed by Susan of Suffolk Association for Jewish Educational Services. Have some Passover fun with this Passover craft. It’s … Read More
Teach your children or students about the tradition of Passover with a printable seder plate. The six items on the … Read More
Hanukkah is a wonderful opportunity for kids to share their culture with those interested in the Jewish culture and traditions. … Read More
Rosh Hashanah begins on September 4, 2013 and the FreeKidsCrafts team created this special coloring card to help our Jewish … Read More
This beautiful Hanukkah Card was made with special punches, but you can also use it as a reference and a … Read More
Whether you are teaching about the environment or the plagues this delightful Craft stick Frog will keep the kids interested in … Read More
March 30, 2010 is Passover. In honor of this observation, the FreeKidsCrafts Team has created an Elijah Cup and decorated … Read More
A shofar is a wind instrument made from an animal horn and is sounded traditionally at Jewish religious services on … Read More
This Tissue Paper Dreidel was created by the FreeKidsCrafts Team to help you celebrate Hanukkah.
Make a bunch of these dishes and set them out for your guests to enjoy a sweet during the holdiay.
Make a Tzedakah Box to remember the needy during the holiday season.