Teach kids their lowercase letters A-Z (also minuscule or small letters) with this set of printable alphabet worksheets (6 pages). Continue reading
Teach kids their uppercase letters A-Z (also capital letters, capitals, caps, majuscule, or large letters) with this set of printable alphabet worksheets (6 pages). Continue reading
Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “an”. Continue reading
Use this printable worksheet to learn about basic rhyming words “ad”. Continue reading
Please feel free to download the Days of the Week Workbook and poster. These workbook (11 pages) will help your child to learn the days of the week, write, spell and arrange the days of the week in order. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
How to use this workbook
Ask your child to say the day’s name as your child colour it or traces it.
Help your child as needed and praise your child at the completion of each page.
Set the number of pages your child will complete in a day or practice for fifteen minutes only. The idea is to end it when your child still wants to do more.
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My Dictionary Worksheet can help your child how to find words in a dictionary. It helps to spell words and tells what words mean.
All the words in a dictionary are in alphabetical order ABC… so all words beginning with A are grouped together and come before the group of words beginning with B and these B words come before words beginning with C and so on all the way to Z.
Make sure that your child can say the alphabet and arrange letters in alphabetical order.
I recommend you to use a dictionary for kids because it has been specially written for people who are just starting to learn read and write, Continue reading
Cursive, also known as script, joined-up writing, joint writing, running writing, or handwriting is any style of penmanship in which the symbols of the language are written in a conjoined and/or flowing manner, generally for the purpose of making writing faster. (wikipedia)
In sha Allah this worksheet can help your child to improve their cursive handwriting skills in Islamic way. Your child will learn about tawheed/tauhid or the Oneness of Allah at the same time
Allah is one.
Allah has no partners.
Allah has no parents.
Allah has no children.
There is none like Him.
There is no god except Allah.
Allah is eternal.
Allah is independent.
Allah is in no need of us.
We are in need of Allah. .
We worship Allah.
We believe in Allah.