My Downloads

Important: Please note that all of the downloads below are only for personal use without any changes and are not for sale. You are welcome to use them for classrooms or communities for free. Please do not upload any of these documents on your websites or any other forums or on the internet. You are more than welcome to share my original links. By downloading these documents you agree to abide by the above and Allaah is the witness over everything. Baarakallaah Feekum.

Curriculum
Islaamic Preschool Curriculum.pdf
Kindergarten Curriculum Weekly Lesson Plans 2011 - 2012.pdf

Islaamic Studies
Allaah is Above the Heavens - KG Islamic Studies.pdf
Allaah's Knowledge KG - Islamic Studies.pdf
Tauheed Al Asmaa was Sifaat Work Sheet.pdf
Tauheed Al Uloohiyyah - Kindergarten Worksheet.pdf
An explanation to Allaahs names by As sa'di.pdf
Belief in the Books of Allaah - Work Sheet.pdf
Belief in the Prophets and Messengers of Allaah - Worksheet.pdf
Names of Allaah and its meanings.pdf
Pillars of Eemaan - Angels Worksheet.pdf
Pillars of Eemaan - The Last Day Worksheet.pdf
Pillars of Islaam - Shahaadah worksheet.pdf
Ramadhaan At a Glance.docx
Resources for Idrees alaihissalaam.pdf
Zakaah the third Pillar of Islaam - worksheet.pdf
Saum the 4th Pillar of Islaam - Worksheet.pdf
Al Israa Wal Mi'raaj - Lapbook


Arabic
Madeenah Arabic Worksheet 1.pdf
Madeenah Arabic Worksheet 2.pdf
Madeenah Arabic Worksheet 3.pdf


Wudoo & Salaah
Wudoo of the Messenger of Allaah -
(Taken from Sifat Wudoo An Nabee - By Shaykh Naasiruddin Al Albaani)
Prophets's Salaah Described from Takbeer to Tasleem - For Kids (Workshop in Doha)
(Taken from the Book Sifatus Salaatun Nabi by Shaykh Naasiruddin al Albaani)

Seerah of the Messenger of Allaah - Worksheets
The Life of Prophet Muhammad - Week 9.pdf
Seerah - Worksheet and Activities - Brith to Revelation.pdf
Seerah - The First Migration to Abyssinia.pdf
Seerah - Worksheet and Activities - Secret and Open Call.pdf
Seerah - Quraish plots to kill the Messenger and Conversion of Umar and Hamza.pdf
Seerah - The General Boycott, Year of Sorrow, At taif.pdf
Seerah - Miracle of the Prophet - Moon Split and Al Israa and Al Mi'raaj

Scholars
Umar bin Abdul Azeez
Imaam Aboo Haneefah Nu'maan bin Taabit
Imaam Sufyaan At Thawree


Stories of the Prophets
Aadam عليه السلام‎  Activity Pack
Aadam عليه السلام‎ Activity Pack Answers
Nooh  عليه السلام Activity Pack
Nooh  عليه السلام - Book of Flood
Nooh  عليه السلام Activity Pack - Answers

Ramadhaan
Ramadhaan Activity Pack 1
Ramadhaan Activity Pack 2
Ramadhaan Activity Pack Parents/Teachers Notes

Hajj
The Best Ten Days of the Year - Lapbook
Why are the First ten Days of Dhil Hijjah Special - Accordion Book
Story of Sacrifice and Story of Umm Ismaaeel and her Little Boy - Mini Books



6 comments:

Rumaysa said...

As'salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh!

Alhamdulillah!!!! I am a big fan of Talibdeen Jr. and LOVE how you created your curriculum. I have a 2 year old and nine month old and insha'Allah, I'd like to homeschool. My question is, do you do this curriculum every year? How do you break your day out? I'm afraid of messing up and welcome your guidance. Insha'Allah I see you have been blogging for a while, but insha'Allah you'll have time to comment back.

Umm Maimoonah said...

Alaikum salaam warahmathullaahi wa barakaathuhu

I have done curriculums for Preschool and Kindergarten, after which I started using the Cambridge Primary curriculum which is for Ages 5 -11.

Our schedules and routines are made according to our household and age. When she was in preschool level we try to finish up a weeks work within that week, according to moods and interest each day. I did not have a set timetable that age, as she was small and thats the age they need lot of learning through play. So one day we did only Maths, another day we did only Language and son on.

Kindergarten level schedules were a bit different, we did a little bit more Qur'aan every day, we did Arabic and Reading every day and so on

Now that she is grown and there is a variety of subjects to explore our schedules are different a bit more structures but flexible. As you start homeschooling you will eventually identify what would suite you and Inshaa Allaah from there things will be smooth.

Hope this helps, May Allaah make it easy for you and welcome to the wonderful world of homeschooling and learning!

Umm Mohamed said...

Assalamu alaykum,
Mashaallah sister great job, May Allah reward u. I am planning to homeschool so I'm gathering information, trying to plan what and how to do I have for kids mashaallah, 2 school aged.
Where do u get the Cambridge curriculum from?
Jazakillah khayr

Umm Maimoonah said...

Alaikum salaam Umm Mohamed
Aameen. Wa iyyaaki. Thanks for the kind words. Here is the link http://www.ummmaimoonahrecords.blogspot.com/search/label/Primary%20Curriculum

You will find all details here with regard to cambridge

alternatively you can go to their website direct here
www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-primary/cambridge-primary/

hope this helps. Baarakallaah Feekum

Unknown said...

Alhamdulillah, Barakallahufiik Umm..

My daughter is 9 months and now i prepare for her homeschool ahead. You really a good job, thanks for sharing.

What do you think Umm, am I too early to plan this? Before you start pre school curiculum, how was your preparation? I hope you will share if you dont mind..

Jazakillah khair..

Abu Abdurahman Nawshad said...

Masha allaha barakallaaha when we starting age of child jazakallahu kair

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