Before the age of 5, I did not formally “homeschool” B anything. I never invested in any sort of book that would teach her phonics. We would do read-aloud, where I would read a story book out loud to her. There was no structure so […]
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.
Assalam Alaikum, Instead of posting what we did in December (we did not do much as we went on a road trip) , I will be talking about our new quarantine routine and what we have thought of doing in Ramadan inshaAllah. I am posting […]
The third component of this month was Islamic Studies, which is further divided into 3 categories, each tying in with the other. Name of Allah: Al Hafidh Akhlaq of the Month: Cleanliness Prophet of the Month: Prophet Muhammad SAWS’s early childhood Islamic month: Rabaul Awwal […]
As mentioned in the previous post, this month we shifted gears from workbooks to lapbooks. B was getting bored of the same old worksheets, and to be honest, so was I. My kind friend Javeria told us of this amazing resource called www.homeschoolshare.com where lapbook […]
This month we focused more on read alouds than printables. We learnt some new words, animals and concepts this month, and the following books reiterated those concepts: Migration Hibernation Den We also learnt about some new animals: Mole Badger Chipmunks Woodchucks Living Books The Mitten […]
Islamic Studies Islamic studies is the third and final component of this unit. I have divided this topic into 4 sub topics: Name of Allah Prophet of Allah – I also like to do a dua specific to the Prophet. Akhlaq of the month Islamic […]