And The Winner Of Our Chanukah Challenge Is...
A few weeks ago we launched our “Kid’s Got Game” Chanukah Challenge. The objective? To create a Chanukah game that can be played by a group of people. Well, your entries did not disappoint! We received so many creative and fun Chanukah game ideas! We were impressed with all of them!
We had the very hard task of choosing a first place winner. Although not easy, we came up with a winner. So, are you ready to find out who the winner is?
THE FIRST PLACE WINNER OF OUR KID’S GOT GAME CHANUKAH CHALLENGE IS…
CHANUKAH CLUE!!!! (FIRST PLACE WINNER!)
BY: P. Weber, 16
The Goldbergs were told that there is a chanukah gift waiting for them at home.Your job is to figure out
1. Who hid the gift?
2. Where is it hidden?
3. What is the gift?
Now, we couldn’t stop there! We just had to share our 9 runner-ups with you! Here they are in no particular order.
BY: Hadassa Fishman
Each team has to make 2 different looking and tasting latkes with a dip/sauce to go with it, which will be marked by the judges!
When all the donut cards are finished all players count how many points they each have and the winning player is the one with the most points.
BY: Devorah Herskovich, 9
Find the matching pair of doughnuts in this delicious memory game.
BY: Wullinger Family
Answer a family trivia question correctly and have your ping-pong ball land in a plastic cup to receive your consequence or privilege.
BY: Chaya Mushka Pevzner
Spin those dreidels, and pick up a matching card. The first team to get 8 coins wins!
BY: Rikki Bobker, 12
Come up with the most creative Chanukah words using letters A-Z. Whichever player finishes first wins!
BY: Ahava Brookler, 11
If you love UNO, this Chanukah game will keep you entertained all eight nights! The first player to get rid of all of their cards wins.
See how well you know your friends and family! Guess the baby picture to the right person and win fun prizes!
BY: Michael Mattias, 14
Two players will compete against each other to scoop up one latke, race across the room and plop it on their designated plate, run back to the basket of latkes, and continue until either the time runs out, or someone finishes first.