Archive | March 2015
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Alhamdulillah! For a while now I have been looking through my blog and feeling more and more claustrophobic. I love sharing our projects and activities and resources but I can’t help thinking that the blog is starting to look cluttered and the links to free downloads are being missed, buried amongst the tales of labours […]
Here are a few more worksheets on nouns. This cut and glue worksheet include people, places and things with an Islamic theme. ** Download Nouns Cut & Glue Worksheet ** These worksheets help children to recognise nouns in a sentence and to identify whether they are singular or plural. ** Download Singular and Plural Nouns Worksheet […]
I’m currently designing Islamic-themed English Language worksheets for my younger two girls: Amina (7) and Basma (6). This double page activity covers action verbs. You can find more worksheets HERE. ** Download Action Verbs Worksheet ** Advertisements
My six and seven year olds, Basma and Amina are using interactive notebooks to complete their English Language studies. I like to compliment their work with an occasional exercise worksheet to check their understanding. A lot of the worksheets online are very useful but I find that many of them have American English terms (i.e. pants = trousers; […]
For the past few days I have been busy putting final touches to our Islamic Studies Interactive Notebook Unit. *** Download Aqeedah Unit 1: Knowing Allah (Arabic Version) *** Download Aqeedah Unit 1: Knowing Allah (English Version) *** We’ve done lapbooks, we’ve done notebooks and now we are doing interactive (lift-the-flap) notebooks, mashaa’Allah. With a houseful […]