Yom Hazikaron

From Remembrance to Independence: Behind the Scenes From our friends at Toldot Yisrael, this program is built around eyewitness accounts to Israel’s founding by Harry Truman, Rabbi Norman Lamm, Yehuda Avner, and others.
Yom Hazikaron: Music and Stories A playlist of Israeli songs that are heard on the radio in Israel throughout Yom Hazikaron.
Etymology of Modern Hebrew Words: Memory Explore the etymology of some of the words which are commonplace during the days of remembrance in Israel.
On Remembering A thought piece about experiencing Yom Hazikaron in Israel.
Art and Poetry from Families of Fallen Soldiers A collection of intensely personal poems, letters, and short stories published by the IDF Widows and Orphans Organization.
Who Do You Remember? Stories from Israeli shlichim around North America about their Yom Hazikaron memories.
Army Radio: The Songs of Fallen Soldiers A collection of songs and stories played on the radio in Israel throughout Yom Hazikaron.
Marking Sacred Time Explore themes of Yom Hazikaron through photographs, texts, and videos.

Yom Ha'atzmaut

Yom Ha'atzmaut Materials for Elementary Age Learners Explore multiple, quick-access resources and exciting online events to engage your community with Israel this Yom Ha’atzmaut!
Israeli We Are The World More than 30 of Israel's most well-loved performers gathered for a special project with a message of unity and love for Israel.
Yom Ha'atzmaut Playlist Enjoy this playlist of Israeli songs played on the radio in Israel throughout Yom Ha'atzmaut
Israel Trivia: Are You Smarter than DBG? Let’s see how much we know about Israel through this trivia game as we celebrate another year of accomplishments and challenges, innovation, culture, and technology.
Instagram Influencers Talk Israel The newest generation of storytellers to share their impressions of this most unusual land.
Poster Tales for Yom Ha'atzmaut A taste of the Poster Tales curriculum, which uses Israel's Independence Day posters as a lens into exploring contemporary Israel.
Sibah L'Mesibah There's a saying in Hebrew – sibah l'mesiba, a reason for a party. As in: who needs a reason? It's always time to celebrate!
Marking Sacred Time Create your own video montage celebrating Israel, and explore related themes through photographs, texts, and videos.