Hanukkah Poll: Do You Give Your Children Eight Small Presents Or One Big Gift?

The eight day holiday of Hanukkah begins on the 25th of Kieslev — which means that in 2017, the holiday begins on the night of December 12. On the holiday, do you give your children and relatives eight small presents, one for each night, or one large one — or none at all?

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Hanukkah Gifts: Eight Small Presents Or One Big One?

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