In old times, a gelt or a small amount of money was given to children during Hanukkah. Nowadays, many Jews have expanded the gelt-giving tradition to gift-giving. This is probably due to the fact that both Hanukkah and Christmas are celebrated the same time each year. These days, gift-giving is no longer restricted to kids. The tradition of gift-giving brings family and friends closer together and add more fun to Hanukkah celebration.
- A Hanukkah related gift is nice. You can buy a beautiful Hanukkah Menorah or special dreidels. You can also wrap up some Jewish books and CDs or opt for kosher products. Lots of Hanukkah gifts can be bought online.
- Hanukkah gift baskets are readily available in supermarkets during this time. Stuff your gift basket with baked goodies, scented candles, fruits and kosher wine.
- Keep a list of gifts that your family members and friends want to receive on Hanukkah. This will make shopping easier for you.
- Plan out how your family will organize the gift-giving. Make this activity a fun-filled one.
- It is also important to give tzedakah (charity) during Hanukkah. Organize this activity with your family.
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