Friday, October 4, 2013

week 1 of preschool curriculum

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

Alhamdulillah bi'iznillahi wa ta'aala We finished our first week. Here you can see all pictures.

This week letter A and Alif week.

A is for Acorn.

I don't like to do Israf, acons are food for animals, so we used only shells of them.

We have not dot marker, M is using alphabet stamps. You can found worksheets from here.

I made this work sheets for more practice letter A, Upper case and lower case. Can be download from here.

M's work

A's work.
This one from dear Umm an-Nu'man's Preschool Morning book.

Art time, I drow very simple picture in blackboard;  Sun, clouds, apple tree grasses and ants (with dots) running top to the tree. And said them A is for apple and ant, and let them to drow like this.
A's. He add rainbow with rain drops too.

This arabic work sheets from

M's work.

M's work.
A's work.

Islamic study with A. Idea from dear sister Umm Ibrahim's Islamic preschool week 1.

Math time, M is counting acorns 1-5.

A is counting from 5 to 10.

Mep. They have done more but I haven't took picturies all.

New book for M. I found it little bit easy for A.

I made them Acorn Ant!)

Finally I have done first step of My Asmaul Husna craft, alhamdulillah.

Foam paper. Kids play puzzle from letter pieces.
With helping foam paper outline, we glued inside the word and kids fill it with golden glitter. 

M helped me with numbers.)

There are 10 numbers, for each number we'll add 10 Beautiful Names of Allah inshaAllah.(for last one 9 Names.) 

Back side, we wrote with foam letters but we had only one letter "A", then we made lower case "a" by letter "C" and "L".))
This is my first sewing letters so lower case not looks like nice.(
M's "A".

Here A's last year works!
Who is Allah? mini book.

A's Asma ul Husna book.

With A we learned how to answer to the question "Who is ...?". And say : "Abdullah is a boy.", "Maryam is a girl". "Daddy is a man."" Mommy is a woman."

I ask him "Who is Allah?" His answer "Allah is my Lord." Then my question "Who is your Lord?" His answer "Allah!"

In arabic we practiced words; Ina, Abi, Ummi, Akhi and Ukhti. 

Sorry for late updating, Alhamdulillah a'la kulli khaall.


  1. Assalamu alaykum,

    MashaAllah you've done heaps for the week, sis. Good work Mommy n kids, mashaAllah!! (Smile)

  2. Asalamo aliekum Uktee, MashaAllah lots of useful learning activities. what preschool curriculum are you using, can you please send its link