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A Tuition Club for Homeschoolers in Manchester

A bit about the Tuition Club in Manchester : It’s an aid to homeschooling parents. It works like a mini school mon, wed, thurs, 10-3pm. Some parents opt for one or two days only. They tailor their teaching to each child. Challenge each child according to their level and ability. I know most of the … Continue reading

Learning the Arabic Alphabet


Free Toddlers Arabic curriculum!!! 


Educational Arabic Videos for kids – no music 

This youtube channel has videos for a variety of ages. As far as I have seen there are no videos with music and for those against the cartoon images of people present – there are quite a few videos with cartoon images which do not try to recreate what Allah has created (although I personally … Continue reading

Arabic children’s charts and posters

Check out more posters in this link – I’m not advising anyone to buy their Islamic books but they do have Arabic books for children which I’ve listed in the Arabic children’s Books section.  http://www.alkitab.com/s1080-charts-and-posters.html      

Islamic Creative Learning Site (toys, books, games etc) 


FAQs about bilingual children answered by the literacy trust 

Find the article and many other resources in this link.  http://www.literacytrust.org.uk/talk_to_your_baby/news/2545_parents_frequently_asked_questionsb   

Homeschooling sites

http://cakeandeatit3.com/kids-corner/educational-websites-resources/ http://www.abihomeschoolstoo.com. The father who posts on this blog is a Jamiah graduate alhamdulillah.  Very good resources and you can hear demonstrations of how he teaches their son. Another very resourceful site by another striving family ma sha Allah. http://tjhomeschooling.blogspot.co.uk/?m= https://www.thehomeschoolmom.com/homeschool-help/getting-started-homeschooling/ https://ummassadhomeschool.com/resourceslinks/ Lots of free resources and Islamic children’s books here too! This is also … Continue reading

Fataawa on Pictures in children’s books 

http://www.maktabasalafiya.blogspot.com/2011/11/questions-pertaining-to-childrens-games.html You need to scroll down for the part about pictures in books for education. The whole thing is beneficial though and if you check all the posts under family,  they are  real treasure maashaa Allah. This is also relevant and another opinion  Moosa Richardson explains about images and children’s toys in the following audio  … Continue reading

Educational methods derived from Quran and Sunnah – TJ homeschooling

http://tjhomeschooling.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/educational-methods-derived-from-qur.html A word to fellow teachers By His Eminence Shaykh `Abdul-`Aziz ibn `Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh Grand Mufty of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Please refer to the full article here: http://www.alifta.net/Fatawa/FatawaChapters.aspx?languagename=en&View=Page&PageID=64&PageNo=1&BookID=15 Educational methods derived from the Qur’aan and the Sunnah: 1: Giving Examples. 2: Relating Stories.  3: Questioning students to attract their attention. … Continue reading