Friday, 2 March 2012

Kindergarten Curriculum Lesson Plan - 2011/2012 - Week 19




Islaamic Studies
·        Seerah – Life in Makkah  - Open Call and the sufferings of the Muslims
·         Fiqh – Manners of Eating and Drinking (Refer SK Islamic Studies Curriculum Guidelines )
·         Darul Kitab Learn About Series – Eating and Drinking


English
·         Jolly Phonics –  Worksheet letter sounds
·         Grammar –  Yes No Replies
·         Comprehension – Junior English


Social Studies/ Science
·         Reuse /Recycle – Zaynab and Zakariya Learns to Recycle http://smartark.com/29/269/zaynab-and-zakariya-learn-to-recycle
Umm Tafari's Recycle Re use Unit Study


Maths
·         MEP – Year 1


Arabic
·         Madeenah Arabic – With the aid of  http://madinaharabic.com/Arabic_Language_Course/Lessons/
·         Arabic Numbers 1- 20 revision and writing
·         Gate way to Arabic
·         Iqra learning to read

5 comments:

umm khadeeja said...

Asalaamu alaikum sis,

MashAllah looks like you guys have been busy subhanAllah since I last droped by (online!).

Keep up all the good work inshallah ta barakAllah!

I think we've been a bit lazy recently authu billah!

Sis, I'm sure you have this written somewhere on your blog already mashAllah, but how many days a week do you tend to study with Maimoonah and for what length of time inshallah?

JazakAllah khayr,
May Allah put barakah into yours and Maimonnahs efforts mashALlah! :)
xx

Umm Maimoonah said...

Alaikum salaam warahmathullaah Umm Khadeeja,

Yes may be, but actually we were on two weeks break and Insha Allaah hoping to resume tomorrow with the activities on this post. We have been really doing nothing during the break except for Qur'aan as I needed a break totally and Maimoonah wanted only to play lol! Also the weather has kept us indoors throughout, dusty and windy subhanallaah!

No problems sis, I can repeat it here for you. I usually home school her 5 days a week starting from Sunday to Thursday. And depending on the subject and our moods we do work for sometimes 3 hours in the morning or sometimes in the evenings. No special timings ukhtee, all depends on the amount of house work I have and the mood of our little girl. But no work is done continuously, after we finish say Arabic then Maimoonah gets a break and she plays then comes back after may be half hour and we do work again. This is how a day goes. But Alhamdulillaah we make sure we complete all activities scheduled for that week, if we could not finish within the week then we take the weekends and finish the week's schedule. Also I do not keep her continuously for more than 30 minutes at a stretch as I feel concentration is lost after 30 minutes at this age. So there is always a break or we talk about something else and so something different.

Aameen for your dua we really need it at this time.

Unknown said...

Assalamu Alaikum Umm Maimoonah..
I would like to know more about Cambridge primary curriculum, how does it work,from where to get resources and the pricing .
pls help, i did like after reading from ur blog, so considering it.

Jazakallah Khair

Bushra Mohamed

Umm Maimoonah said...

Alaikum salaam sis Bushra

Please see this link for all the posts about the Cambridge Curriculum

http://www.ummmaimoonahrecords.blogspot.com/search/label/Primary%20Curriculum

Specifically you can see on this post what I have explained about the Cambridge Curriculum and the links for the Framework and Resources

http://www.ummmaimoonahrecords.blogspot.com/2012/07/next-school-year-20122013-plans.html

As for the cost, then to follow the curriculum no cost involved except for the text books.

The cost is only for exams, if you want your child to sit for the Progressive Exam and Checkpoint Exam after Stage 6 that is when you finish Grade 6, then they charge you for the exam paper. I am not sure where you live. But the local British Council in your country would conduct Cambridge Exams. Most British Councils allow your child to sit as a private candidate if you are home schooled or do not want to sit via a school, some British Councils do not allow, in that case you might have to go through a school to sit for the exam only. You also get Passed Papers to revise from the British Council. The cost for the exams varies from country to country and you have to check for the cost at your local British Council.

I hope I am clear. If you have any more queries please do not hesitate to ask Inshaa Allaah!

Unknown said...

Jazakallah khair sis

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