Sewing, Homeschooling and Craziness


The next country on our list is Israel. We even have a Little Passports to use! YAY!!

I was a little upset at the lack of resources I could find. There are plenty out there if you just want to study the Jewish holidays, though.




Good Night, Israel



This is Israel



Sammy Spider’s First Trip to Israel



Let’s Visit Israel




Welcome to Israel 



Israel the People



Israel ABCs



Israel – First Reports Country Series






Israel – Safari the Globe – 99 cents



Israel: Picture Book (Educational Children's Books Collection) - Level 2 (Planet Collection)

Israel – Picture Book – free for Prime



The Dead Sea Scrolls - A Quick Guide For Students

The Dead Sea Scrolls – 99 cents



Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends

Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends – FREE



Jewish Fairy Tales (Dover Children's Thrift Classics)

Jewish Fairy Tales – 99 cents






Israel mini books – Homeschool Share (scroll down)

Choose a Country Lapbook – Homeschool Share

Country Notebooking – Notebooking Fairy

Country Notebooking – Homeschool Creations

Dead Sea Lapbook – Homeschool Helper Online

Israel Printables – Activity Village

Israel Coloring Page – Crayola

Israel Printables – Scholastic

Jewish Printables –

Jewish Printable Activities and Crafts – DLTK-Kids

Expedition Israel – Amanda Bennett Unit Studies – $8.95





Choose a Country Unit Study – Squidoo

Israel – National Geographic Kids

Israel Lesson Plans – Lesson Planet

Israel – Time for Kids

Akhlah – The Jewish Children’s Learning Network

Israel – Games, Printables, Lesson Plans –

Israel Facts – Country Reports

Israel Info – Info Please

Israel 101 – Stand With Us


Hope you find these resources helpful! 🙂







Comments on: "Country Study – Israel" (3)

  1. I’ve been to Israel, it’s such an amazing country. I think it’s really too bad that so much of what you found was about Jewish Holidays. There’s no question that the Jewish religion is, and should be, associated with Israel, but there is such rich history there of importance to Christianity and Islam as well. And you do get the depth of the meaning to each of those religions when you’re there.

    • Yep. I was really looking for more of what the people do everyday, not just holidays. :/ We are definitely going to discuss the Jewish religion but I didn’t want it to be the main focus.

  2. […] the next pics, we are doing our Israel study.  C&C made the Israeli flag out of construction paper in the top pic. The bottom is a picture […]

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