As part of the David Lear Sulman initiative at the Maimonides School their team worked with the Tufts University DevTech team to create and host a Family Learning Event that combined computer coding with the celebration of Chanukah which was called ChanuKoding. Families learned some halachot about kindling the Chanukah lights, including whether and when one can use an electric chanukiah. Families then had the opportunity to “train” KIBO robots to light a Chanukiah and to search for a jug of oil. Families also coded using ScratchJr. to create scenes of families flipping latkes, celebrating the holiday, or lighting the Chanukiah.