Print the page YOM HA'ATZMAUT (Israel Independence Day) Count and then color:
How many flags?
How many people?
How many boys?
How many girls?
How many buildings?
The sound today is 'i' for ISRAEL. You can show your child a little 'i' and show them a capital 'I' and tell them when they talk about themselves, they say /write 'I' and when they talk/write about the special name for something, like a person's name or the name of a country, they write the word with a capital letter, like 'I' for Israel. On the back end of a pencil, use a sharpie to make an i, or write 'i' on a little paper and stick it to the end of a pencil. Print the page http://drive.google.com/file/d/1F5z-2SR3UYtcTeBJUT9803xInSlSCYJX/view?usp=sharing and have your child use their special i pointer to find/point to all the 'i' sounds on the page. Maybe they will find a capital 'I' if they look very closely.
The Art of making art and eating it:
This is a parfait that the kids can make in honor of Yom Ha’atzmaut. Since we are celebrating Israel this week, we thought you may enjoy a BLUE AND WHITE PARFAIT.
Ingredients needed would be: Vanilla yogurt, blueberries, granola. Layer each item into a tall glass.
Walk around the neighborhood or park. Why simply walk when you can HAVE MORE FUN - march, jog, skip, hop, or even take along musical instruments to form a parade. As you walk, sing your favorite song, tell stories, look for colors, count, or play I-Spy.