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.
This simple parfait requires just a few ingredients: yogurt, blueberries, and a luscious granola layered in between the yogurt. Don't have blueberries Granola Parfait, Yogurt And Granola, Yogurt Parfait, Parfait Recipes, Smoothie Recipes, Smoothies, Make Ahead Breakfast, Breakfast Recipes, Breakfast Ideas
Gross Motor:
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.


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