9 Creative Themes (and Gift Ideas!) to Get You Through All 8 Nights of Hanukkah
Some kids who celebrate Hanukkah feel like they are missing out on a mountain of gifts, but it's really their parents who have it hard — they have to come up with exciting surprises for not one day but eight. Every family has their own traditions, but some balance out the presents by saving a "big" gift for a particular night while distributing smaller and more economical treats throughout the remaining days. In order to make the anticipation last, parents have to get creative, which can be draining — especially when kiddos aren't appreciative of sock night or other low-key days. One way to make the excitement last throughout the extended week is by coming up with a theme for the celebration and choosing eight gifts around that activity or fandom. Some parents might plan to spend less or more over the course of the week, so we've provided a variety of prices that can get you started and will surely please every little one on your list.
For the World Traveler
Whether you have a big trip planned or happen to hit the road pretty frequently, use this holiday season not only to get your little one excited for their upcoming adventures but also as a time to get them things that could come in handy, like their own personalized spinner luggage ($79-$103, originally $100-$130).