During today’s Hanukkah celebrations, some parents choose to give gifts that hold meaning for each night. Meaningful gifts can help hone in on lessons and make each night more memorable. If you are looking for a list of Hanukkah gift ideas, here are eight meaningful ones for 8 days of giving.
Day 1: Highlight Family & Tradition
On the first night of Hanukkah, give a gift that brings the family together. Games, like a wooden dreidel, are popular. If you are looking for something unique, we suggest this fun and classic Wooden Table Horseracing Game. The game is beautifully crafted in St. Louis and something everyone can get into for a screen-free family night. Give a bit of old-timey classic history in the form of this beautiful game. Spend an evening without devices or television, connecting as a family around a classic board game.
Day 2: Focus on Self-Care & Relaxation
On day two, give a gift that will help your loved one take a well-earned break. The Heated Back Massager from Expain is perfect for helping someone wind down. The modern looking pillow comes with rechargeable batteries and a wall adapter. Eight massage heads will gently massage the lower back, shoulders, neck or legs, with optional heating. Give a practical gift that celebrates hard work and relaxation.
Day 3: Celebrate Usefulness & Skill
For day three, celebrate those in your life that put forth effort into helping out around the house. The Toolcard Pro Pocket Multi-Purpose Tool is practical and valuable for someone who needs a tool on the go. Easily stored in the wallet or used as a money clip, the Pocket Multi-Purpose Tool features over 40 uses, including wrenches, screwdrivers, a cord cutter, a hex bit driver, a bottle opener, a can opener, a pry bar and more. This gift tool is TSA-compliant for travel and comes with a lifetime warranty, made in South Carolina. Teach your family to value craftsmanship and being a helping hand in the home.
Day 4: Think Small & Thoughtful
On day four, give something small but meaningful and practical to the friends or family you are celebrating Hanukkah with. A gift like Knitted Donut Socks or Knitted Sushi Socks makes an adorable and thoughtful small gift. Give everyone in the family their own pair of fun socks or let them all match with donut socks! The socks are simple enough to be practical—no obnoxious pattern—but very cute and fun. Anyone who loves donuts will appreciate the yummy treat that holds no calories. Find gifts that bring small reminders of what makes each family member a special addition.
Day 5: Encourage Indulgence
On the fifth night, give a bit of indulgence with a McCrea’s Handcrafted Caramel Party Box from Boston, MA. You can celebrate a special someone or put it out for the whole group to enjoy. The large box includes individually wrapped Classic Vanilla, Deep Chocolate, Tapped Maple and Black Lava Sea Salt.
Day 6: Bring Clarity
On night six, give the gift of focus with a Hanukkah gift idea that actually gives better sight. A gift like the Peeps Carbon Eyeglass Cleaner. The portable cleaner is made with carbon microfiber to gently clean fingerprints, greasy residue, dust, film, and smudges from eyeglasses. Keep glasses clean with a practical gift that can be used over and over. It’s a nice reminder of the lesson learned this day. This reusable gift highlights the importance of examining perspective and removing anything that might literally cloud that vision.
Day 7: Consider Presentation
For night seven, take the opportunity to focus on personal grooming, like the Seki Edge Craftsman Luxury Grooming Kit. Hygiene is important for being taken seriously in the business world or by those around you. The Seki Edge kit includes stainless steel grooming tools for everyone. The nail clippers, nostrils tweezers, and a nail file all come in a black carrying case.
Day 8: Remember Preparation
Finally, provide modern preparedness with the Atom Emergency Phone Charger Keychain. Pick the right keychain to fit the phone of your loved one like lightning cable, micro USB or USB-C. The portable battery provides 2 hours of battery life. A full charge lasts up to three months before the keychain needs recharging itself through the USB port. Remember the importance of being ready for all situations.
This year, make the most of your holiday season by planning ahead for a wonderful Hanukkah celebration. With each day, celebrate something important and memorable for your family. Gifts can range from small and thoughtful to large and generous.