Ramadan Preparation Part 2 – Home Education We do not really decorate for Ramadan per se, but we do set up a corner in Ramadan like any other unit study. The corner consists of visuals, and a basket filled with books, activities and crafts. Ramadan […]
Assalam Alaikum, We have been using The Good and The Beautiful curriculum since B was in Kindergarten, and we love it for a lot of reasons. It is a comprehensive, open-and-go curriculum so there is no preparation required on the parents’ part. It is a […]
Timeline of the Unit Week 1: 1) Honeybee in the Quran and Hadith 2)History of Honey Bee 3) Honeybee Anatomy 4) Lifecycle of Honeybee Week 2: Pollination, Pollinating Flowers and Anatomy of the Honeycomb Week 3: Types of Honeybees and their Roles Week 4: Difference […]
We start our homeschooling with the Morning Basket. It sets the tone of the day as we start with reminding each other of positive feelings such as gratitude and thankfulness to our Creator for all the blessings. Morning basket has been one of those things […]
This mini unit was part of an instragram collaboration hosted by a dear friend of mine named Aminah. You can check her instragram here, and her website here, where 16 other amazing content creators have made 16 FREE units on P-a-l-e-s-t-i-n-e. In times when media […]
My First Book of Islamic Months by Hajera Memon This interactive beautiful fold-out and lift-a-flap book was much needed in our library. The gorgeous illustrations in this book can never bore a child or adult. The sentences are short and easy to read, and briefly […]
I had a copy The Clear Quran by Dr. Mustafa Khattab which is a thematic translation of the Quran. It is a wonderful translation that deserves a review of its own. However, when Dr. Khattab announced that he is releasing a translation for children, I was over the moon and could not wait to get my hands on it.
Whenever I start a science unit with my daughter, I always try to look up Quranic verses that would integrate with the topic.