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Use code BTCS for 10% off at checkout on all products, through 12/15/12 at shop.JewishHolidaysInABox.com.

This year Hanukkah (or as my family spellings it Chanukah) is in early December. The folks at Jewish Holidays in a Box, makers of materials to help Jewish and interfaith families celebrate Hanukkah and other Jewish holidays, just  released five products for Hanukkah 2012, which starts December 8th.

They are offering a eight-night Hanukkah Surprise Pack giveaway, with the first drawing scheduled for Thursday, November 8th.  To participate, people need to sign up for free holiday information, discount coupon codes, how tos, and recipes at www.JewishHolidaysInABox.com.

Additionally, Hanukkah in a Box is available again this year. This fun-for-the-whole-family kit includes blessings, songs, Hanukkah bingo, dreidels, recipes, all-about-Hanukkah primer, decorating ideas, and a CD tutorial. This video demonstrates the contents, as well as the ideas behind each component.  Anne, mother of a 4-year-old, shared her experience: “When I opened my Hanukkah in a Box kit, I breathed a gigantic sigh of relief. My daughter’s Hanukkah party is already planned for me!”

New this year is the Hanukkah Helper Box, originally designed for college students and 20-somethings, and valuable for anyone who wants a celebration-in-a-box. This comes with a tin menorah, candles, chocolate gelt, dreidels, recipes, blessings, songs, and a Hanukkah game.

Also new is the Hanukkah Games Box, created for the family who wants to expand their games and decorating options with Hanukkah bingo, dreidels, a menorah cut-and-color activity, and a six-foot design-your-own banner to hang on a wall.

All boxed products are designed for easy storage, with games, blessings, and songs printed on laminated card stock for years of use.

Other products include customizable Hanukkah Thank You Notes and a Hanukkah CD Tutorial packet to enable everyone to master the key Hanukkah blessings in the privacy of their homes. They learn the terminology, practice the blessings, and hear the melodies.

Jewish Holidays in a Box is the brainchild of marketer/teacher/writer Ellen Zimmerman (http://www.JewishHolidaysInABox.com/celebrate-jewish-holidays) who spent a decade refining and testing her concept with interfaith and Jewish families.  Her goal is to help families build powerful, positive memories, by supporting them in customizing Hanukkah celebrations that are joyful and meaningful for them.

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