Easy Construction Paper Menorah

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Easy Construction Paper Menorah
Total Time 1 hour

Even your young children can get in on the fun with this very easy construction paper menorah project for Hanukkah. Visit all of our Chanukah crafts, printable activities and other Chanukah fun this holiday season.

What you'll need

  • 1 sheet blue or light blue construction paper
  • 9 craft sticks
  • White craft glue
  • Yellow acrylic paint
  • Glitter glue – orange and blue

How to make it

  1. Start by showing children how to line up the craft sticks. There should be 4 to the left, 4 to right, all lined up at the same height, and one in the middle an inch or so higher than the rest (see image).

  2. Fold construction paper in half lengthwise and crease. Open paper up and place on work surface so that the crease is running horizontally.

  3. Pipe white glue onto the top 3 inches of the paper. Place craft sticks onto the glue in the same fashion that you lined them up in step one, leaving about half of the craft sticks off the paper and half on (see image).

  4. Pipe some glue onto the tops of the crafts stick (only on the section that is on the paper) and add some glue below the craft sticks as well so that when folded over, the paper will stick to itself (see image).

  5. Fold the bottom part of the paper up and onto the craft sticks and press down gently with your hand to get the glue to adhere (see image).

  6. Paint the top ½" – ¾" of each craft stick with yellow paint and let dry (see image).

  7. Add a dot of orange glitter glue over the top of the yellow paint on each craft stick, smooth glitter glue with a paintbrush or your finger (see image).

  8. Use blue glitter glue to write "Happy Hanukkah" or "Happy Chanukah" on the front of the blue paper (parents may have to help with this step - see image).

  9. Allow this project to dry several hours or overnight.

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