Hanukkah Math Worksheets
What is Hanukkah? Do you know what the Hanukkah festival represents and what the story behind it is? Well, it's a very interesting one. Let's get on with it! About more than 2,000 years ago, the Jewish fought against their enemies, who didn't allow them to practice their religious traditions. They even destroyed the Jewish temple in Jerusalem, which had many holy objects, including one sacred lamp, the Menorah. A brave man, Judah, led a small band of people known as Maccabees in a fight against their enemies so that they could freely practice their traditions. However, the enemies were outnumbered, but still, the Jews stood strong and brave, and they achieved victory. When they returned, the first thing that Judah did was restore the sacred lamp. But the sad thing about it was there was very little oil left, enough only for one day. So, he filled the lamp with that oil and lit it. But instead of lasting for just a day, it burned brighter and brighter, lasting for eight days straight! That was a miracle! From that day onwards, an occasion is held every year to celebrate and honor the victories of the Jews, which is known as Hanukkah. The word Hanukkah means rededication, while the celebration itself is called the "Festival of Lights." The celebrations lats for eight days; the first day usually includes a big family dinner with potato latkes, beef briskets, and jelly doughnuts. After dinner, the family gathers around for lighting the Menorah candles, a new candle each day until all eight are lit. Blessings, songs, gifts, and games with toys such as dreidel and chocolate coins, called gelt, are all part of the ceremony. Many of our authors celebrate Hanukkah. This section was put together specifically by those authors. Our authors did try to balance the grade levels and they will add more materials soon.
Themed Skill Sheets Sorted By Skill
- Festival of Lights Counting In Sets(K.MD.3) - Things became jumbled during the Festival of Lights celebration. Look at each group. Count and classify each set of objects.
- Recording Data in Tally Charts(1.MD.C.4.M.1 ) - Lizbeth's mom went shopping for Hanukkah supplies. She bought two Menorahs and five dreidels. Which of the following tables shows what Lizbeth's mom bought?
- Missing Factors up to 12(3.OA.B.6.E.4 ) - Find the missing factors for the following.
- Adding 3 or More Fractions(4.NF.B.3b.R.3) - Solve for the following fraction problems. Reduce to lowest terms.
- Finding the Divisiblity Rule(6.NS.B.2.L.1) - Solve for the following divisibility rule problems.
- Hanukkah Functions(6.EE.B.7) - Work through each function equation carefully and solve for the correct answer.
- Dividing with Exponents(8.EE.A.1.F.9) - Solve for the following division exponent problems.
Core Aligned and Leveled Collection
- Counting Fewer, Equal, & More(K.CC.C.6.G.1) - Look at this group of Dreidels.
- Subtraction Word Problems(K.OA.A.2.J.8) - Reba's mother made Latkes for Hanukkah. She made 8 Latkes on Monday. Reba's brother ate 4 Latkes. How many Latkes are left for Reba to eat?
- Identify Left, Middle, and Right(K.G.A.1.K.2) - Which object is in the middle?
- Comparing Sides & Corners(K.G.B.4.S.7) - Compare the sides and corners of the following shapes.
- Fact Families(1.OA.B.3.F.3) - Find the missing facts.
- Subtracting Tens(1.NBT.C.6.D.16) - Solve for the following subtraction problems.
- All About Hanukkah Traditions(2.OA.1) - In the month of December Jewish families celebrate Hanukkah. This holiday lasts eight days, and there are traditions for each day of Hanukkah.
- Putting Numbers in Order up to 1,000- 2.NBT.A.4.B.5) - Put numbers in order from least to greatest.
- Addition & Subtraction Equations(2.OA.A.1.L.5) - Choose the correct answer for the following.
- Planar & Solid Shapes(2.G.A.1.T.1) - Identify the planar and solid shapes.
- Subtracting 3 Digit Numbers(3.NBT.A.2.D.1) - Solve for the following subtraction problems.
- Find the Perimeter(3.MD.D.8.R.7) - Find the perimeter for the following shapes.
- Hanukkah Measurement Word Problems(4.MD.2) - The Hanukkah menorah is 2 feet in width from side to side. What is the width of the Hanukkah menorah in inches?
- Sum, Difference, Product or Quotient(4.OA.A.3.F.7) - Choose the correct numbers that show the correct sum, difference, product or quotient for the following.
- Comparing & Converting Customary Units of Measure- 4.MD.A.1.N.1) - Compare or converted the following customary units of measure as instructed.
- Lines, Line Segments, & Rays(4.G.A.1.P.27) - Identify if the following is a line, line segment, or ray.
- Scientific Notation(5.NBT.A.2.A.11) - Convert the following from standard form to scientific notation and from scientific notation to standard form as instructed.
- Open and Closed Shapes (5.G.B.4.B.3) - Identify if the following shapes are open or closed.
- Function Tables (5.OA.B.3.Q.7) - Solve for the following function tables.
- Simplifying Variable Expression(6.EE.A.3.P.17) - Solve for the following variable expressions using properties.
- Interpreting Box and Whisker Plots(6.SP.B.4.R.17) - Abram's Party Supply Stores sold the following numbers Hanukkah Piñatas in one day. The box and whisker plot shows how many piñatas each store sold in one day.
- Multiplying and Dividing Decimals by Powers of 10(6.N.S.B.3.O.6) - Solve for the following multiplying and dividing decimals by the powers of 10 problems.
- Understanding Ratios(7.RP.A.1.J.1) - What is the ratio of menorahs to the number of total objects?
- Multiplying and Dividing Menorah Integers(7.NS.A.2b.E.6) - Solve for the following integer problems.
- Solving 2 Step Linear Inequalities(7.EE.B.4b.W.6) - Solve for the following two‐step linear inequalities.
- Volume & Surface Area of Spheres(8.G.C.9.Q.30) - Find the volume and surface area for spheres as instructed. Round to the nearest hundredth.
- Estimating Cube Roots(8.NS.A.2.F.19) - Estimate the answers for the following cube root problems.