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Click through the slideshow to shop camo-covered dreidels, a turkey-adorned menorah and more Hanukkah must-haves!
Designed by 9-year-old Asher Weintraub of New York City and created by an Etsy ceramic artist, this turkey-menorah mash-up commemorates this year's holiday with a wink. (The "Menurkey" has been so popular that the team can't guarantee delivery by Thursday—but if you order quickly, you could use yours by the end of the holiday.)
Jonathan Adler makes hip, modern Judaica and this customizable Hanukkiah is no exception. It would look beautiful on any mantel year-round.
Crafts project! This kit comes with cutout stars, dreidels and stamped stickers to make your own festive garland.
Send your Bubbe this cute card for maximum good grandchild points.
Ironic ugly sweaters: they're not just for Christmas.
Play a few fun word games in between lighting the candles and devouring those latkes.
Harry and David's delectable, perfectly ripe pears aren't technically Hanukkah food—but when they come in a gift box with Jewish hamentashen cookies, chocolate gelt and butterscotch brownies, it seems like a new tradition might be born.
Serve up your holiday nosh on these lovely printed plates.
Even if you don't live close to the Upper West Side food emporium, you can still have Zabar's latkes, homemade apple sauce and Hanukkah sugar cookies delivered to your door.
After a rousing rendition of "The Dreidel Song," it might be time for a funny cat parody tune.
Winning the whole pot is always a goal in a game of dreidel—but wouldn't it be even better if said pot was filled with these gourmet chocolate coins?!
With their military pattern and bright colors, these spinning tops will look great strewn across your holiday table.