Four Qassam rockets were fired from northern Gaza on Friday. Two of the rockets landed near a Negev kibbutz, causing some damage to the community's garage.
Another rocket landed in a kibbutz south of Ashkelon, hitting a warehouse and causing considerable damage.
The fourth rocket did not reach Israel and landed inside the Gaza Strip.
Head of the Sha'ar Hanagev local council, Alon Shuster, told Ynet that the kibbutzim in the region were trying to maintain their routine life, despite the ongoing attacks.
"We are trying to keep the routine in schools, inside fortified classrooms; so far, 27 percent of the students showed up, and we certainly understand the parents who are afraid to send their parents," he said.