What My Kids Are Getting for Hanukkah! Hanukkah Gifts for 2 Year Old Boy & 5 Year Old Boy!

These are our favorite paint sticks! The Crayola Quick Dry Paint Sticks are really fun to color with because they glide on the paper and are super pigmented (they’re kind of like coloring with lipstick!), they are a firm favorite in our house and really great for the 2 year old age on up!
We love magnetic tiles in our house and they are definitely our most played with building toy. They’re super easy to manipulate and the magnets allow for building amazing creations! These ones are the Picasso brand which we’re trying out this year as they’re a little less expensive than the Magnatiles brand we have already.
This is a new one for our family but I’ve seen my boys LOVE these toys at their friends houses so I think these Sit & Bounce balls will be a big hit!
This is an awesome starter pack of really well made Dinosaur toys! They’re really well made so stand up to bath times and outdoor play which is a great bonus.
We love the KidKraft wooden Hanukkah toy sets and this year I’m adding this one to our collection. It’s a little smaller and more affordable but little kids love taking the candles in and out of the Hanukkah menorah!
My kids are obsessed with cars and Toy Story so this year we’re combining those passions with this adorable gift set. If you have kids who like these characters I think these are so fun!
Groovy! We chose this lava lamp for my son because we think it will be a nice relaxing night light for him and a great tool for creating a calm environment at night.
If you have a young reader who enjoys silly humor this Captain Underpants series is perfect! It’s written in comic book form and is highly entertaining to my boys!
We are huge Mickey Mouse and Disney fans here so this year we chose a Lego set to add to our collection that featured our favorite characters. This set is adorable and Lego Duplo is perfect for little ones learning to use that dexterity and strengthen their hands and eye hand coordination.

Celebrate Passover / Pesach with MyJewishMommyLife

Here are my videos all about the Jewish holiday of Passover / Pesach where I’m sharing how me and my family celebrate with food, recipes, customs and traditions. There is lots of information and helpful tips for planning and hosting a Passover Seder!

Ultimate Passover Cheat Sheet – Seder Table and Grocery Checklist – FREE DOWNLOAD HERE

You Can Download my FREE Haggadah to use for your Seder here: MyJewishMommyLife Haggadah

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Answering the Most Asked Questions about Passover

CELEBRATING PASSOVER 2021!!! (Haul + Food and Seder Plate!)

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Celebrate Passover Under Quarantine 2020 with Me! VLOG:

10 FACTS ABOUT PASSOVER

SEDER AT HOME – First Time Tips & Making it Work with What You Have!

HOW TO MAKE MATZAH AT HOME!

CELEBRATE PASSOVER & GET READY WITH ME for the PESACH SEDER!

CELEBRATE PASSOVER! How to Host a Seder – Ideas Tips & Trick!

PASSOVER SEDER PLATE! What Goes on a Seder Plate & How to Make One!

Passover GROCERY HAUL!!! Kosher & Organic Food

PASSOVER RECIPE!!! How to Make Matzo Brei with Kids! Kosher for Passover

CELEBRATING PASSOVER VLOG! Pesach Seder & Charoset Recipe

PASSOVER POTATO KUGEL RECIPE!!! Perfect Pesach Seder Side Dish!

And our favorite NEW Passover Song for Kids!

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My BEST Latkes Recipe

INGREDIENTS

6 medium to large potatoes

1 small onion

2 eggs

3 tsp. flour

1 tsp. salt

1 tsp. baking powder

Oil (canola or vegetable)

METHOD

Grate potatoes and onion. Put in strainer or over paper towels to squeeze out as much water and moisture as possible. Then add flour, salt, and baking powder. Mix thoroughly. Heat oil to medium / high heat. I recommend using a Dutch Oven or Iron Skillet for best results! Form latkes in your hands and drop them into the oil. Allow to totally brown on underside before flipping. Once cooked on both sides let rest or place in 300 degree oven to keep warm.

Kids Hanukkah Gift Guide!!!

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