Elazar was determined to keep learning to read Ivrit. He brought me the aleph bina and spent between 45 minutes to an hour finishing all the nekudos with the aleph beis (the next section is each letter of the aleph beis with different nekudos). I personally was getting bored already but he didn't want to stop.
He got restless but he insisted on continuing. He ended up reading while climbing on top of me.
This happened between 5:15 and 6:15pm, known in many households as an unpleasant time of day. The boys had already made themselves pita pizzas at about 4:30, according to their hunger, and Elazar asked to work. Jack was so jealous that he first kept sitting on my lap and blocking Elazar. I tried to give him lots of hugs while still allowing Elazar access to read what he was trying to read. Eventually he ran off (after shutting the light so Elazar and I couldn't see, and then turning it back on when I told him to) and grabbed a workbook (one of the ones I was thinking about passing along because no one ever touches it) and one of the neighbor kids, who is 6, was helping him write and coaching him how to do it. So both boys were diligently working.