On the eighth day of Sukkot, we recite Tefillat Geshem, a prayer for rain. While that might seem a bit unnecessary in the States, Israel’s rainy season begins right around Sukkot.
As with most crafts, it’s really all about what’s available in your crafts’ store. Luckily, Sukkot falls out near Thanksgiving so most stores are carrying fall-themed products. For this trivet, a little creative thinking can help!
A family photo, some decorations and a few words are all it takes to welcome friends and family to your Sukkah! It’s the personal touch that makes this craft so adorable!
My kids LOVE making paper chains for our Sukkah. This chain is also great for Tu B’Shvat.
It isn’t often when a craft is a sure-fire hit with boys, but here it is: glitter glue webs! Guaranteed to please.
This year we are LOVING balloon crafts! We are using balloons as our base to make all sorts of hanging Sukkah decorations!
Paper chains are a standard in every Sukkah. We’ve raised the bar a bit with these Magen David chains.
The simplest way to make a rain stick will thrill and delight your kids with the sound of rain!
Cut and paste or try writing on your own!
Any craft that engages my three young boys for more than ten minutes gets my automatic seal of approval! Using water bottles and a few supplies, create a sun catcher for your sukkah!