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.
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 Tarbiyahhomeschool.com
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.
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.(|
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.