Category Archives: arabic

92 most frequently used words in Qu’ran and their Meanings

92 Most Frquently Used Words in the Quran and their Meaning InshaAllah

Incha’Allah you find this beneficial. Allah subhana wa t’ala reward those who helped to compile the list. Click above for the download…

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tracing arabic letters

Asalaamu aalikum,
In my sons’ Sunday School, they gave each student a book to trace the arabic letters. He just finished half his JK year but they sent him up to SK last sunday mashaAllah because he was doing so well. They are a little ahead of his old class but not ahead of him in general alhamdulillah. InshaAllah I will make sure he is caught up by tomorrow when he has class again.


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Asalaamu alaikum
So alhamdulillah, we went for the Eid celebration today at the mosque alhamdulillah. It was wonderful, so much for the kids to do. We were there from eleven to four mashaAllah.

On a homeschooling note, we started the Rosetta Stone program through Alif Arabic online. It is nice, although sometimes it will not accept your voice if you dont sound exactly like the announcer so I found that if I yell into the mic, they accept it inshaAllah, and then we move on lol.

Also, I think I am going to add Shakhsiyah Islamiyah more often in our curriculum. Its something we work on without really noticing every day such as when he practices akhlaaq and adaab but I want him to know it is important inshaAllah and befitting for all muslims to have good Shakhsiyah Islamiyah.

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Arabic in every home…

MashaAllah, I wrote about this program before, which Umm Raiyaan, the sister from Ummihomeschools me first brought to everyones attention alhamdulillah. They were giving six months of their program for free to seventy applicants and though I thought they had an overwhelming amount of applications, my son and I were chosen. Jazakallah khair uhkti for sharing this with us, may you get the blessing from each letter my son learns, each letter he writes, and each letter of the Quran he reads, ameen. To those of you who are looking for an arabic online curriculum, please go to the link above.

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homeschooling resources

Asalaamu alaikum

My husband is designing a new website for the islamic publishing company he works for and he said he can include a seperate area on or offsite where we can upload homeschooling materials and resources for free use. It would be organized by subject with download links. The only problem is getting all the  materials together so if you have any materials that would be beneficial, please email them to me at this following address:

In the subject line, please state the name of the resource, the course and grade.

ex: asma’ullah al husnaa, islamic studies, grade 4      (or)
patterning with manipulatives, mathematics, grade 1     (or)
bag with shapes, montessori, grade k     (or)
history of the arab empire w/exam, history, grade 11

I am going to try and see if he can make it so that anyone can upload their own materials as they make them or find them so that there is more involvement and so it is more accessible inshaAllah.

We are accepting any and all resources and grades and subjects. Even if they are posted elsewhere, please send them us as well so that we have as many resources together in one space as possible, bi’thnAllah. Jazakallah khair.


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MashaAllah, seven year old imam

Asalaamu alaikum ramahtullah wa barakatu

InshaAllah at seven, my son will memorize Quran and recite like this boy from Houstan inshaAllah…Allah protect, and lead and guide him, as with my son and all the other young Quran students who are learning inshaAllah, ameen.

And of course my favourite child reciting online mashaAllah… Surah Ya’Sin…

edit:This boy, Mohammed Taha, has beautiful recitation too mashaAllah….

“Time runs out and people pass away. But the Quran stays untouched, and continues to color our lives.”

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