A Hanukkah Picture for the Holidays of all 5 of Cain & Chilla's Children Playing a game of Dreidel in the sitting room during there Hanukkah festivity's while there mom & grandma Cooked the Hanukkah food & cain sat in the room & watched his kids play. Adolf, Isac, Easter, Noya & Aria. are all eager to win one of there favorite holiday games.
The Hebrew letters inscribed on a dreidel are a Nun, Gimel, Hey or Chai, and Shin. The letters form an acronym for the Hebrew saying Nes Gadol Hayah Sham, which can be translated to "a great miracle happened there," referring to the miracle which Hanukkah is centered around.
I have a little dreidel, I made it out of clay
And when it's dry and ready, with dreidel I shall play.
Oh, Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel, I made you out of clay
Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel, with Dreidel I shall play.
How to Play
1. Any number of people can take part.
Each player begins the game with an equal number of game pieces (about 10-15) such as pennies, nuts, chocolate chips, raisins, matchsticks, etc.
At the beginning of each round, every participant puts one game piece into the center “pot.” In addition, every time the pot is empty or has only one game piece left, every player should put one in the pot.
Every time it’s your turn, spin the dreidel once. Depending on the side it lands on, you give or get game pieces from the pot.