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I would like to share and present to you the new website for islamic education I have started.
Please forward to family, friends and colleagues inshaAllah and let me hear your feedback inshaAllah.
We spent the last few days introducing ourselves to the Muslims of Medieval Spain. We finished our unit study on the Vikings some time ago so it was nice to get back on track. For our Muslim hero studies, I chose Tariq ibn Ziyad. I made a notebooking page to go along with our first lesson; feel free to download it:
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Haven’t tried these yet. My husband found them the other day and I thought that I would at least pass them on…
My son has been moving right along in science, and really enjoying all the lessons. We’re using a variety of sources for science, like this activity set from Scholastic.