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Islamic Preschool – Week 3


Week 3

Theme: Who created you?

Day 1

Islamic Studies

1. Start off with review of previous cards/concepts.

2. Ask student if he know what the word “create” means. If not, explain that create means to “make something.” Give student examples of things that humans make or create.

3. Tell student that Allah created everything inside and outside of our world. (give examples). See if student can come up with own examples of things that Allah created.

4. Tell student that one who creates something is called a “creator.” Have student say this word and be sure to check the pronunciation.

5. Tell student that since Allah created everything, we call him “The Creator.” Tell him that the word for The Creator in Arabic is “Al Khaaliq”

6. View “Allah is the Creator” PowerPoint in TJ’s Islamic Library.

7. Talk about how Allah Creates. (He says Kun! (Be!) and it is. (proof in Quraan). Try to make the connection that this is easy for Allah and that for us, creating things takes effort and hard work.

Memory Work

Q: Who Created You?

A: Allahu khalaqanee (or Allah created me or just Allah)

Q: Allah created everything so he is called….

A: Al Khaaliq

(You can either use cards for cues for you only for review or you can created sentence cards for student to learn).

Repeat drill several times, again, adding in physical activity to liven things up.

8. Creations of Allah.

Make 3 columns on paper (people, places, things)

Have student tell you five creations of Allah that fit into each category.

9. Coloring:

Give student a coloring page of defaced animals and people and other things (such as mountains) that Allah created. Write Allah is the Creator at the top of the page in bubble letters. You could also write Al Khaaliq in English as well (even Arabic if you want to each the Arabic at this time).

Language Arts

1. Review English cards (words, s

2. You might introduce “who,” “you,” and “be” as high frequency words, making cards for them. You can also just put all your high frequency words in a student book if that makes it easier to keep track of them.

3. Sentence card. Allah is the Creator. You can do same activities (such as sentence shuffle) as mentioned on previous days; discuss number of words in the sentence.

4. Sort. Get people, places, and things cards (animals, people, etc) and make a sorting activity to sort Creations of Allah (Creations of Allah Sort).

Store in a pouch for future independent use.


Days 2, 3, 4, 5

1. Review cards

2. Daily writing practice based upon this week’s concept/words or sentence.

3. Memory work drills



If you do any of these activities and make your own print materials, please consider donating them to TJ and I’ll post them here, insha Allah, for time savers for others. I’d love to make them up on the computer (and you never know, I might), but for right now, insha Allah, I’ll probably be just handwriting the cards to save time.


Did You Do This?

If you follow this week’s outline, please let us (me and fellow visitors) know how yours turned out; what variations you made, by leaving a comment.

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Posted by on December 13, 2009 in Preschool-Islamic


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Islamic Preschool – Week 2


I wanted to get a jump on planning, so I could make some things out by hand in advance, so here is week 2. Week 3 will post tomorrow and that’s as far as I have gotten with the “meat.” Hope these are helpful. We start week 1 tomorrow, insha Allah and I have been making up my little guy’s things by hand. I’ll think he’ll enjoy them as he likes the little file folder type activities that I have made for him in the past……..



clip_image002[4]Week 2

Theme: Where is Allah?

Day 1

Islamic Studies


Review Set 1 cards for "Who is your Lord? "(see Appendix for listing of card sets)


View “Where is Allah?” PowerPoint (available at TJ Islamic Studies Library) with your preschooler

Memory Work

Q: Where is Allah?

(Use sentence card for the Question only unless you feel student can do the answer by sight as well).

A: Huwa fee samaa (He is above the heavens); -see PowerPoint presentation for the proof if you want to verify. I do not teach proofs at the preschool level other than saying it’s found in the Quraan, etc.

Repeat drill several times. You may need to prompt s preschooler with answer in the beginning several times. You may want to include some physical activity such as taking a step towards a goal each time it is answered correctly.

Motor Skills/Conceptual

Coloring Page.

Outline of clouds, with Allah’s Name in bubble letters written over them for coloring.

Language Arts

Where is Allah?

1. Go over “Where is Allah?” sentence card.

Have student to tell you the number of words in the sentence (introduce this concept if not already introduced). Tell student that sentences begin with a capital (big) letter and end with a mark; if you feel student can comprehend, talk about the question mark at the end and the concept of questions. You may wish to drill student, giving some statements and questions and seeing if he/she can pick out which ones are questions.

2. Sentence Shuffle

Print each word of the sentence, Where is Allah? on a card. Have student put the cards in order. Use a master sentence card so student can check work.

3. Make a worksheet with several rows of “Allah is my Lord. “ In each line, take away one word of the sentence. Student must write in or tell which word is missing.

Where is________?

_____ is Allah?

Where _____ Allah?

Allah is my _____.

You can also make this a hands on activity by cutting out each occurrence of the sentence in strips, and making word cards, each one with one of the missing words and have student place card on correct blank spot.

Also keep these in a pouch for storage.

1. Writing practice, for those with good motor skills

Where is Allah? Sentence writing practice

Can also do sentences in pyramid fashion:


Where is

Where is Allah

Where is Allah?

Younger ones can copy the word “Where” or “is” or “Allah.”

Days 2, 3, 4, 5

1. Again, start each session with Review cards.

2. Give preschooler the opportunity to play with any of the activity pockets you have made thus far (sentence scrambles, word scrambles, etc).

Any day this week:

Science Connection

· Read about clouds and the rain cycle; talk about cloudy weather

· Make/keep a Weather Chart to count off cloudy days:

Art Connection

· Do a cloud craft (painting, cotton balls)

Preschool Cloud Puppets:

· Draw clouds, or trace dotted clouds.

Math Connection

· Make a dot to dot with a cloud picture for your preschooler

· Make cloud shaped number flashcards to practice counting, ordering, etc.

Life Skills – Cooking

· Meringue Clouds:—meringue-clouds


Go outside, look up at the clouds and see if you can find different shapes.



If you do any of these activities and make your own print materials, please consider donating them to TJ and I’ll post them here, insha Allah, for time savers for others. I’d love to make them up on the computer (and you never know, I might), but for right now, insha Allah, I’ll probably be just handwriting the cards to save time.

Did You Do This?

If you follow this week’s outline, please let us (me and fellow visitors) know how yours turned out; what variations you made, by leaving a comment.



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Posted by on December 12, 2009 in Preschool-Islamic


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Islamic Preschool – Week 1






No pretty bells and whistles (no supporting materials), I just had to get the ideas down so I could do them (no printables as of yet). Here’s a simple weekly plan for week 1 of the Islamic Preschool Curriculum Outline……….

The Week Outlined (more or less)

Day 1


Language Arts

Goal: To begin to recognize the Name of Allah in English

1.Write the Name of Allah in English on an index card or piece of paper while preschooler watches (P)

2. Tell preschooler that this is Allah’s Name written in English

3. Ask preschooler how many letters are in Allah’s Name in English.

4. Ask preschooler to tell you the letters in Allah’s Name. (If student has learned vowels, ask student to name the vowels in the word).

5. Point to random letters in Allah’s Name and have student tell you the name of the letter.

6. Explain to preschooler that names are written with a big letter in the beginning.

7. Give student a worksheet with squares. In each square, put one word that starts with an A (make them all capital). Sometimes make the word be Allah (more than not) and sometimes make another word. Have student pick out all occurrences of the word Allah by pointing or circling. (P)

8. Give preschooler worksheet with the Names of Allah written several times vertically. In each line, omit one letter of the Name and see if student can guess which letter is missing. Students who can write can write in the missing letter, otherwise, must make this an oral exercise.

A l l a h

A __ l a h

__ l l a h

A l ___ a h

A l l a ___

A l l __ h

9. Make small letter cards, one with each letter of Allah’s Name in it. On another big card, write entire Name on the card. This will be preschooler’s master card. Take the letter cards and mix up and have student put them in order, using the master card if necessary or to check his/her work. Keep cards in a pouch for storage.

10. Writing practice. For students who are learning to write, have student practice writing, A, l, a, and h and the word Allah.

TJ worksheet:

You may also want student to write the Name in pyramid fashion a few times.






12. Give student the Name of Allah in bubble form to color.

These activities can be done daily this week and then once a week, then monthly or so after for review.

Later in the day, do the Islamic Studies session if possible.

Please note: You may not be able to get all of the suggested activities in in one day. These are merely suggestions. Whatever you don’t cover on day 1, save for following days. Then when all activities have been completed, choose which ones you want to do daily. Kids like repetition and like to play fun activities over and over again so don’t worry about keeping each day fresh.


Islamic Studies

Tip: Use the card method of learning. Prepare word and question cards for each lesson. Add on as you go. These become your daily/review deck. You may want to use different sizes for colors to distinguish between each type of card (word or question). You may also want to use sentence cards (explained below)

1. Hold up the Allah name card and ask student to tell what it says. Ask student to spell it.

2. Tell student that Allah is our Lord. Tell student that Lord is the One who is in control of everything and makes everything run smoothly. Allah is our Lord and there is just one Lord and that is Him. Show student “Lord” word card.

Give concrete examples of how Allah makes things run and is control over everything. He makes the rain fall on the flowers that grow and that feed animals that feed us; he keeps everything in order; He makes the sun rise and set every day, etc. Have student name some other things that Allah makes run smoothly.

3. Drill.

Make question cards (write answer in the back). Hold up a Question and ask it. Then turn over card and answer it. Keep repeating the drill many times until student is fluently and concisely answering the question.

Q: Who is your Lord? (Man rabbuk)

A: Allah is my Lord. (Allahu rabbi)

Q: What is a Lord? (you don’t have to show student this card, mark this with a hidden or something to remind you that this is not one to show student, but just for oral practice.

A: One who controls everything. (or in your own wording)

Keep repeating drills until student is concisely answering the question with the answer you supply. (this keeps the definition crisp, insha Allah, and weeds out extra, small words that may get in the way of the definition when student is reciting them back).

4. For students who can write, have student practice writing “Allah is my Lord.” Provide one example and have student trace and then write on his/her own.

5. Make a worksheet with several rows of Allah is my Lord. In each line, take away one word of the sentence. Student must write in or tell which word is missing.

Allah ___ my Lord.

Allah is ____ Lord.

_____ is my Lord.

Allah is my _____.

You can also make this a hands on activity by cutting out each occurrence of the sentence in strips, and making word cards, each one with one of the missing words and have student place card on correct blank spot.

Also keep these in a pouch for storage.

Day 2


Language Arts

1. Recognize Allah’s Name in print. Before hand, gather text with Allah’s Name written in English. Have student scan the text for Allah’s Name.

2. Make sentence cards with t he sentence Allah is my Lord. Write one word on each card. Student must take shuffled cards and put in order. Keep cards in a pouch for storage. Make a master card with the sentence in its correct order. Before starting this activity, have student tell you how many words are in this sentence. Ask student to find the word Allah, then Lord, then is, then my. Point to a random word and have student tell what it is.

3. Do any of the activities from day 1 as time allows. The pouch activities can be great independent activities for kids to do on their own.


Islamic Studies

Grab your review cards and review. You may want to write Allah is my Lord in bubble letters for student to color.

You may want to make a Allah is my Lord file folder or envelope to store all activities in or make the activities file folder activities. Whenever student needs something to do, he/she can grab the folder and go, insha Allah.



Rest of days this week

Choose the activities that student liked most and repeat. You may want to make the following activities part of each daily session(s).

1. reading of the word/sentence cards

2. provide daily writing practice related to topic. (letters, words, sentences)

3. Also, be sure to practice the Islamic Studies recitation drills (Qs and As) everyday.

Most of all, have fun!



If you do any of these activities and make your own print materials, please consider donating them to TJ and I’ll post them here, insha Allah, for time savers for others. I’d love to make them up on the computer (and you never know, I might), but for right now, insha Allah, I’ll probably be just handwriting the cards to save time.


Did You Do This?

If you follow this week’s outline, please let us (me and fellow visitors) know how yours turned out; what variations you made, by leaving a comment.


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Posted by on December 11, 2009 in Preschool-Islamic


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Islamic Preschool Curriculum Outline

imageMy four year old is getting to the point where he wants to do school.  We get in a few simple activities here and there, but I really want to make learning fun for him and structured—to a degree. So I made up a little themed curriculum outline for him (well for me to use with him) .  My hope was that I could make Islam be the basis of all themes and then weave in math and Language (including Arabic) into it to provide a well rounded, yet Islamic centered curriculum.

I hope to eventually be able to make up materials to go along with it, but for now, I just needed a guide, something to keep me on track and some ideas. So that’s what’s below.

If you find it useful, please let me know, as I will keep that in mind and hopefully one day enhance it so that it may have resources to accompany it or at the very least, linked so that you can click and  find materials to support it.


Islam is My Life!

Islamic Preschool Curriculum Outline



Vocabulary (teach/oral drilling of terms)

Sight Words -English(flashcards and writing practice)

Sight Words – Arabic (flash cards)

Big Idea/Across the curriculum connections


Q: Who is Allah?

A: Allah is my Lord?


Allah, Lord

Allah, Lord

color in Allah’s Name in English; practice writing Allah’s Name in English; drill on the Q & A; can teach “is” and “my” as sight words and Allah is my Lord can be read and written.


Q: Where is Allah?

A: Huwa fee samaa (with pointing)

Arabic: Samaa (heavens, sky); Huwa for he


Learn a little about clouds; draw pictures of clouds; can teach “where” and Where is Allah? Can be read and written.


Q: Who Created You?

A: Allah; or Allahu khalaqanee

Al Khaaliq – The Creator


talk about why Allah created us (to worship him); talk about types of worship, what worship is (doing things Allah like and staying away from things he doesn’t like); how Allah say “Kun” (be) and things are created


Creations of Allah: People


Man, girl, boy


Read about different types of people around the world, the different colors and that they come from different countries, how not all are Muslim like us


Creations of Allah: Animals


cat, pig, dog, cow, bat


learn about different animals this week and always mention that Allah created them; learn about names for baby animals (kid, calf, etc) or what you call groups of a particular animal. Talk about farm animals; zoos, etc.


Creations of Allah: Nature


tree, rock, flower, etc.


Read about something different in nature each day, remembering that Allah created everything


Allah lets me wake up each day


day, night, sleep


Discuss importance of sleep; how Allah allows us to wake up each morning, practice duaa for waking up; establish/review morning routine


Allah gives me food to eat


food, pizza, apple, etc. foods that are familiar to child


go over eating etiquette; food groups, favorite foods, not wasting, sharing food and sharing equally; cook a simple recipe with Umm


Remember Allah through our day


stress that we should say duaas and remember Allah all throughout our day; go over etiquette of duaas; bathroom etiquette and duaas;


Q: What is the Quraan?

A: The book of Allah


book, Quraan


discuss that the Quraan is the book of Allah; it is his words, how to treat a mushaf, that the Quraan is written in Arabic; start to teach Fatihah, Naas, Ikhlaas, and Kawthar during the rest of the year; others if possible


I must obey my parents

mom/dad; Umm; Abu; Anaa (I)

mom, dad, me, I

Umm, Ab

teach what the word obey means, that it is a sin to not obey your parents, that Allah says this in the Quraan; talk about ways we can obey our parents, (doing things the first time told) and always reminding that disobeying does not please Allah.


Allah sees all

Al Baseer

see, all, eye


Talk about the fact that Allah sees everything, nothing is hidden from him; teach the Name Al Baseer; show how in a dark room, we cannot see a tiny speck but that Allah can; teach that we must always remember that Allah can see every little thing we do and say so we need to watch what we do and say; sense of sight (taking care of our eyes, learn about our eyes); make simple sentences to read and write: I see a (use past sight words)


Allah hears all

Al Samee

hear, ear


same things as above but applied to hearing; care of ears; sounds that different animals or things make; make simple sentences to read and write: I hear a (use past sight words)




Allah gives me shelter

beyt – house

house, door, in, out


monitor the saying of the duaas for entering and leaving the house; memorization not necessary, insha Allah will come with time; shelters of different types of people or animals


My house

names of different rooms in house in Arabic and English


go over the functions of each type of room; what we do in each type of room; things you find in each type of room; maybe a different room each day this week; how to help clean each type of room; being thankful for our homes, realizing that others do not have homes


Allah gave me a family

family, names of different types of members’ (sister, brother, etc) actual names of family members; usrah or ailah is family in Arabic



talk about the different members of a family; make a textual family tree; introduce “my” and make sentences: This is my family, this is my house, my cat, etc.


Allah gave me a healthy body I: my face

face body parts in Arabic and English

optional: nose, mouth, hair (review eye and ear); cheek


learn body part names, tell the functions of the body parts; sense of taste and smell; classify tastes as sweet, sour, bitter, salty by doing an “experiment;” go over smells, things that smell good, things that smell bad; cleaning and taking care of parts of your face; talk about sicknesses and conditions of the face parts (blindness, deafness); dental care; first aid for cuts; sentences: this is my nose, this is my eye, etc.


Allah gave me a healthy body II: my body

any body parts in Arabic and English

arm, leg, hand, foot/feet


learn body part names, tell the functions of the body parts; keeping our bodies healthy; sentences, this is my………..


Allah gave me clothes

clothing names in Arabic and English

clothing words


learn about the different types of clothing, what weather they are worn in; cleaning our clothes, taking care of them, putting them up when we undress/dress, say duaa for getting dressed, Bismillaah before getting undresses; hijaabs and thowbs


Getting Around: Land vehicles

land vehicles in Arabic and English

truck, car, bike


read about different types of land vehicles; math activities using vehicles (word problems, counting, sorting); draw picture of different types of vehicles; can also talk about use of animals as vehicles; sentences: I see a…… this is a…….


Getting Around: Water & air vehicles

boat, plane, jet, etc

boat, plane, jet


read about different types of land vehicles; math activities using vehicles (word problems, counting, sorting); draw pictures; sort vehicles by how they travel, land, air, water; sentences: I see a…… this is a…….


Things in my neighborhood

neighbor, neighborhood; specific store types

specific things in a neighborhood (park, store, etc)


draw an aerial map of neighborhood (or color one in); simple maps


People in my neighborhood I

Islamic neighborhood people (imam, brothers, sisters, muadhdhin, elders



talk about how to treat each person (give salaam); be respectful to elders, all muslims are our brothers and sisters;


People in my neighborhood II

non Islamic people in neighborhood; occupations


being kind to neighbors whether they are muslim or not; giving gifts to neighbors; learn about different community workers



weather words, including hot and cold in Arabic and English

sun, rain, cloud, snow


talk about and identify different types of weather: snowy, rainy, sunny, cloudy; track the weather daily with a weather graph and analyze it; draw what different types of weather looks like; could learn how to answer question, how is the weather in Arabic (and English)


Outside my world

planet/universe vocabulary

sun, moon, earth


look at pictures of solar system, identify sun, moon, and earth;


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Islamic Preschool Lessons

A while back, I stumbled across this site and meant to post (if I did, sorry for the duplicate)

It has lessons for preschool Islamic Studies classes………..

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Posted by on April 20, 2009 in Preschool-Islamic, Uncategorized


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Preschool Curriculum – Week 1 – Revised

I updated Week 1’s schedule.  I’ve cut down the days to five; it was originally six days as that is what the big kids do, but since he’s younger five days is probably better; and the schedule is in table form with notes and more links following the table.




Week 1


Daily Skills Review:(can be done all at once in a little morning meeting, or do the math concepts at math time, the language ones at language, etc).


·     Say bismillah before we start

·     Respond to the Islamic Greeting

·     Rote count to  target number

·     Count a few candies, toys, etc

·     Talk about the weather (or its pretty much the same here year around, but…..) Is it sunny? cloudy? rainy?

·     Says name, first and last

·     says age

·     says gender (boy/girl) and genders or other family members

·     says the names of his family members and their genders

·     note the time of day (usually will be morning), I might ask him do we go to sleep in the morning or evening, etc.

-Quick shapes review



Basically add on any concepts that you feel should be reviewed daily.


Day #



Fine Motor

Gross Motor



Name concrete objects in rooms around the house or outside


Name recognition activities*



Number Sense: the Number 1


Number Sense: more/less

Copy lines (horizontal, diagonal, vertical)

Play Simon Says using activities such as jumping, hopping, etc.


Play Hokey Pokey



Name pictures of common objects (flashcards or in books)



Name recognition activities*




Number Sense: the Number 1


Geometry: Shapes

Lace sequences of holes

Stair walking

(of up to 8 steps, one step per tread)

Raising Rising Experiment



Name plural forms of things.

(i.e. dogs, cats, mice, books, etc)


Name recognition activities*





Number Sense: the Number 1


Spatial Sense: Positions

Use scissors (cut along lines or free cutting)

Bean Bag Toss (throw bean bag into at least an 8 inch diameter target from up to five feet away)


More fun: Make the bean bag yourselves.



Name uses of items


Name recognition activities*



Number Sense: the Number 1


Measurement: big/little

Coloring- free


Throw beach ball or other ball into a basket, box, etc. Vary the distance.




Name articles of clothing




Name recognition activities*



Number Sense: the Number 1


Algebra: sort objectsaround the house by size, shapes, color

Pour rice, sand, or water

Rolling a ball. Roll back and forth to each other. Include older kids as well.

Mini Ocean experiment

Additional Resources/Notes:

Language Arts

*Name Recognition Activities (Do Daily):



**Number Sense

Number Activities (done daily)

Numbers: This is really dependent on the child so its hard to say, ok, week 1, we’ll learn the number one, week 2, the number 2. So put number sense number activities in daily, if possible,  but work at student’s pace.  For each number the following concepts can taught or activties done:

  • Naming the number
  • Recognition of number (e.g, in a line of numbers, pick out the number one)
  • Counting sets of that number
  • Making sets of that number
  • Writing that number
  • Counting up to that number
  • Ordering numbers (once more numbers are taught)
  • Comparing two numbers (which one is smaller/larger)

Each day, do as many of the following activities as are appropriate or as much as child’s interest/attention span is held.

More or Less

Worksheets (below) from Kids Zone: (I suggest, cutting them into strips, laminating them and attaching to a file folder to make this a repeated activity).

More or Less Shapes Comparisons More or Less Shapes Comparisons More or Less
More or Less



This week, introduce/review the circle. Have child ID circles in nature, in worksheets, or file folder games, have student trace around circular objects, trace circles on paper, board, etc.

Spatial Sense:


Student tells where objects are (over, under, top, bottom, beside, inside, outside)


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Preschool Curriculum – Week 1

Note: The daily skills practice (see last post) can also be broken up by subject and done during that subject’s session.


Also, please excuse the formatting, it’s a little whacky.


Day 1

  • Name concrete objects in environment (house).

My 13 year old took him around the house and asked him what different things were.

  • Name recognition and name tracing (this is daily).

I have lots of ideas for this at TJ. TJ’s Daily Name Recognition/Writing Routine

Plus here are some more resources:

ABC’s and Names

Mrs. Stewart’s Kindergarten Names Activities has a 2 page PDF file with many name recognition activities.


Day 2

Name pictures of common objects (for example, flashcards)

Daily Name Recognition/Writing


Day 3

Name plural forms of things (dogs, cats, things around the house)

Daily Name Recognition/Writing

Day 4

Name use(s) of items (what is a hammer for? a pencil? etc)

Daily Name Recognition/Writing

Day 5

Name articles of clothing. Talk about what he/she is wearing today.

Daily Name Recognition/Writing

Day 6

Name pieces of furniture

Daily Name Recognition/Writing


Day 1

The Number One


  • Recognition  (line of numbers, pick out the number one)
  • Writing it (writing practice sheets, laminated, cut up and put into file folder
  • Matching sets to numeral, matching sets to oral directions (real objects or sets of drawn objects
  • More or Less

Show two sets of objects, which has more, which has less. I found worksheets at  and cut them up and put them in a file folder.

Day 2

Continue with number 1 activities this week, as needed


Day 3

Number 1


TJ has a powerpoint book on this topic:

I’ve also got this book in Arabic:

 Day 4

Number 1



Day 5

long/short, tall/short  –> TJ Powerpoint book:

I’ve also got this book in Arabic:

Day 6

Sort objects by size, shape, color (real objects or workshee or file folder activity)

Fine Motor

Day 1

Copy lines (vertical, horizontal, zig zag)

Donna  Young’s Handwriting Section has some really nice worksheets for this activity. I suggest cutting then up, laminating them and gluing to file folder to make a handwriting practice file folder.  He/she can use this anytime, insha Allah.

 Day 2

Lace a sequence of hole. Some templates can be found here:

Day 3

Use scissors to cut (lines or free cutting)

Day 4


Day 5

Pour rice, water, or sand

Day 6

Free painting

Gross Motor

 Play “Simon Says”  (or in our house, Samirah says)

Have him/her repeat activities such as hopping, jumping, skipping, marching, touching nose, etc. (You might name these actions in Arabic, if possible or the body parts you touch).

Play Hokey Pokey


 I’ve allotted science to 2 days a week, insha Allah. We just plan to do simple preschool experiments that I have found online (see my preschool science post for ideas). I will list some here, but of course any can be substituted. As of now, there is no real order or categorization of topics.

This week, I’ve picked Raisin Rising and Mini Ocean for our “experiments” insha Allah. They are the first two items on this page:

Social Development

This week we are working on independent bathroom skills. We are still not potty trained(we’ll he’s not, I am). My 13 year old (or I) take him to the bathroom, let him sit on the mirhad himself, make istinja and wash his hands by himself under our watch). So we’ll focus on that this week as well as continue after this week, insha Allah.

and that’s it for this week, insha Allah………..

I’d appreciate any comments you have if you decide to use the curriculum so that I can improve it, insha Allah.  Insha Allah, I hope to post the next 2 weeks this week insha Allah.  They are prepared, but its a matter of getting to the cafe and typing them up…………………


Happy Learning!

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