Simchat Torah is the celebration of the cycle of reading Torah. As soon as the last chapter is finished, the first chapter is started again. The tradition is to never stop reading the Torah, and to never stop learning.
The important thing is the process, not the end product.
It is traditional to prepare sweets shaped like a Torah scroll. Strudels, cannolis, rolled cakes, and blintzes are some examples of Simchat Torah treats. Another lovely custom is to bake cookies shaped like the Hebrew letters of the first word of the Torah.
Make A Simchat Torah Flag
In many communities around the world, children bring a Simchat Torah flag to the synagogue. They wave it while they dance around the Torah.
Write the Aleph Bet in Ktav Ashuri
Celebrate the giving of the Torah by experiencing the work of a sofer.