Printable Hanukkah Coloring Pages for Kids

Get creative with your Hanukkah fun with these festive printable coloring pages. Kids will love coloring menorahs, dreidels, peace doves, and other symbols of the Festival of Lights.

Hanukkah coloring pages

Hanukkah Coloring Pages

Our free printable PDF coloring pack includes 5 original coloring pages for kids. Festive scenes include the Menorah with candles visible through a snowy window, Star of David patterns, dreidels, and peaceful doves.

These free coloring printables make a great mindfulness companion to our guided meditation scripts for kids. Likewise, if you’re looking for a calming activity that can boost your child’s creativity, fine motor skills, and focus – coloring checks all the boxes.

Download your free printable Hanukkah coloring page here. The link opens as a PDF with 5 fun sheets. Print them all, or let your child choose their favorites.

You can also find mindful Christmas themed coloring pages when you click here.

Hanukkah Symbols

These coloring sheets are perfect for celebrating this meaningful Jewish holiday. Grab the crayons and enjoy the fun of coloring and crafts!

First is a warm, inviting Menorah through a snowy window. Second is a large Star of David (a recognizable symbol of Judaism made up of two overlaid equilateral triangles) with a Happy Hanukkah greeting. Next is a repeating pattern of the Star of David to fill in with beautiful colored pencils or pens. The fourth contains beautiful peaceful doves with olive branches. And the final is a fun pattern of dreidels to inspire plenty of color and fun.

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You can use these coloring sheets for personal and non-commercial use. Please do not mass distribute or mass produce these files.

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Happy Hanukkah to you and your family! Of course, if you have favorite Hanukkah activities or traditions, we’d love to hear about them.

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