Watch Morah Marisol read Sammy Spider's First Shavuot.
The Sound today is 's'. S is for Sammy and for spider. Print the attachment for today's tongue-twister!
Shapes, number and listening instructions.
Have your child draw an oval for Sammy Spider's body. Have them draw a circle for Sammy Spider's head. Now add 4 legs on one side of his body and 4 legs on the other side of Sammy Spider's body. How many legs are there altogether? On Shavuot we eat sweet fruit, as it is the festival of new fruits. How many strawberries would Sammy like to eat? OK, make that number of strawberries. Would Sammy like an orange? Make one big orange for Sammy. Oh, the orange is too big? Cut out the big orange (so you have one big orange circle). Now cut the orange in half. How many pieces of orange are there now? Is it still too big for Sammy to eat? Now cut each orange half, in half again. How many pieces of orange does Sammy have now? Sammy's mom is quite big, put two 1/4 pieces together - Sammy's mom can eat one half an orange all by herself. Use the language as you talk about the concept of 1/2 and 1/4.
Art - Torah Scroll (see two attachments for an idea of what you are making)
Making a Torah scroll craft-
Indoor obstacle course. Have your child help create a big obstacle course all around the house. Start at the door and go over the chair, under the table, balance on the line (place a piece of tape on the floor), crawl to the other door, roll over the towel, jump from one cushion to the next, go around the box, and back again!