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Free Math Worksheets

Dollar Billy AlexanderAs salaamu alaykum,


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Need Some Inspiration for Your Classroom?

The School Supply Addict is the supercenter of classroom setups 🙂

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Islamic Education Site

Asalaam alaikum,

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.


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Volunteers Needed

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Medieval Studies

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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مدار Open Islamic Curriculum Madaar

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Quran Memorisation (Hifz) and Revision Software – My Tracker Dashboard |

Quran Memorisation (Hifz) and Revision Software – My Tracker Dashboard |

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Math Puzzles

Haven’t tried these yet. My husband found them the other day and I thought that I would at least pass them on…

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Human Body

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.


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George Washington Carver

I like to add literature into our curriculum as much as possible, and my daughter, book-lover that she is, has no objection. Biographies can be a strong supplement to any subject, including math and science. Since we are studying botany this term, we read about George Washington Carver’s struggles to obtain an education in a time when most African Americans were still working on their former slave master’s land. After explaining that this George Washington is a different one, lol, we discovered his many contributions  to the field of science and agriculture and thus discovered just how relevant the field of  botany is. My daughter has a new found appreciation for the study of plants, InshaALLAH.

We used a lapbook purchased from Currclick for this project. We left out the pages that had bible verses and so on….I finally took the time to learn how to alter lapbook templates to add Quran instead of bible verses and I may do that in the near future, InshaALLAH.


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