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Marshmallow flag project

2 May

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Marshmallow flag and other stuff for Yom Haatzmaut via Birkat ChaverimYesterday my daughter shared her Yom Haatzmaut pop up card project, today my son wanted to share his. His gan had a falafel day for Yom Haatzmaut. They each received an identity card with picture and information about themselves, a flag and a cute map with stickers. The map came from Hemed, which provides educational materials for the religious school system in Israel. The map had QR codes linked to a website where the children could play songs related to different locations on the map.

In addition, each child made an edible star out of blue and white marshmallows. My son really wanted to share his marshmallow flag project. He worked really really hard not to eat it so that I could take a picture of his work. Ok, he may have nibbled at it a bit but he was really proud of the flag and pretty much ran home so he wouldn’t finish it before I took a picture since he wanted to share it so much.

The children also got some wearable flags and symbols.

Do you have any fun projects to share?

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