We don’t always have a homeschool theme, but to make the most of the 6-week school holiday, I chose Space as our theme. We had plenty of fun with this theme and learnt a lot along the way! You can see some of the activities we did below. I will also list all the resources
Introduce your young children to Islamic history and the deen, with this compilation of more than 40 picture books for Muslim kids.
Children of the ummah these days are lucky to have a wealth of resources to help them learn the Qur’an in interactive and meaningful ways. Alhamdulillah, here in our homeschool we’ve been enjoying our Qur’an journey, starting with Juz Amma. We’re focusing on memorisation of surahs and learning the tajweed rules at the moment. As
Midway through her Nursery year in preschool, H started singing a song about the days of the week, which she learnt in school. I realised that her school had started to casually introduce the days of the week through songs. Of course, the homeschooler in me couldn’t resist taking this a step further. I decided
Do-A-Dot Markers I think these markers are a genius invention. They let you “paint”, without the mess! Many homeschoolers use them and H’s kindergarten does too. The original Do-A-Dot markers come in many shades – rainbow, brilliant, shimmer and even ice-cream scented. Pictured above is the Rainbow set. Round Magnets Don’t own Do-A-Dot markers? Buy
H and I began our Letter of the Week journey in July 2012 and concluded it in February 2013. She was 3 years and 2 months old when we started and already knew most of the letters of the alphabet and their sounds, mainly through Leapfrog DVDs and toys. Unlike many tots her age, she