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Here are some of the materials that will going to be using for this Hanukkah project. Yarn, sequence, feathers, paper and whole bunch of different oval pieces in yellow and orange that possible can be use for flame if we so desire and then here are the cut outs so let’s see what is done for with this items. For children that are not use to song Minorous and make might be a good idea to just show them a variety of Minorous so they have an idea what they are making when they are making there Hanukkah picture. We are choosing from the cafeteria of materials use for our Hanukkah collages, creating the Hanukkah collages. Here are trial just adding our own flame as the one no more left who is cutting there own and there are a group of finish Hanukkah collages mostly made of Minorous and some with pat potato pancakes and griddles will looking the different all done on there own choosing from the cafeteria group of materials that they needed to make. There was one child that made a Minora in a window and when I aster of the window was looking in from outside. Our room inside she said she was looking outside in so was able to see that and finish up the outside of her house with bricks and curtain.