Archive | February 2012

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Islamic Art & Craft: Allah Created …

I recently bought an Islamic colouring book for children called “Allah Made the Sun and the Moon”. It is published by Goodword Books and can be bought for as little as £1.50. The book contains different pictures of the creation within the Heavens and the Earth and can be completed using the colour-by-numbers instructions. But […]

New Baby Lapbook

Masha’Allah, tabarak’Allah, I am expecting my baby daughter at the end of March insha’Allah so I thought it would be a nice idea to involve the kids in a family project that can help them better understand what it means to have a new baby in the family. I was inspired to make this lapbook […]

Amina’s Phonics Lapbook

My daughter Amina is following in her older sister’s footsteps and is now starting the Progressive Phonics Program. She is starting to make a set of mini lapbooks based on the sets of reading books and worksheets available from Progressive Phonics. My daughter Samira also made similar lapbooks when she first started with this program which […]

Continents & Oceans Lapbook

This is a mini lapbook that my daughter, Samira made to help her learn all about the continents and oceans of the world. I created the templates for this lapbook which you can download HERE. When the lapbook opens out it reveals various worksheets and map activities and games. In the centre of the lapbook is […]

Handy Manny Totbook

This is my youngest daughter, Basma’s totbook based on the children’s character, Handy Manny. This totbook contains mini-books and activities which teach colours in both English and Spanish, counting and number recognition, shape recognition and also teaches your child how to spell their name. I found the templates for this totbook over on the 1+1+1=1 […]

Simple Grammar Poster

My daughter Samira has recently been reviewing nouns, adjectives and verbs, so I put together this table poster to help her remember how to distinguish between the three. I printed off a set of word cards, in this case, all relating to weather and she used sticky tack on the back of cards to put them into […]

Animal Classification Wall Chart

I had the idea to design this wall chart while my daughter, Samira was learning about Animal Classification. She made her Animal Classification Lapbook a couple of months ago and I thought this wall chart would be useful for all the kids to refer to anytime we need to look into Animal Classification. You can […]