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English Teaching Reference (Punctuation, Grammar and Vocabulary) — September 10, 2018

English Teaching Reference (Punctuation, Grammar and Vocabulary)

About the Book:

A simple and essential English teaching guide for those wanting to understand/teach punctuation and grammar for years 1-6 (not intended as a replacement for English teaching resources).

This teacher’s reference includes ‘word types’ with the definition and an example for each one. You will also find a spelling list per year in shaa Allaah.

Also included is a reading book example for year/grade 1 (one of which is highlighted where the punctuation rules have been used for that year).

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How to use this file:

  1. Download
  2. Print if needed
  3. Read and Enjoy!

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Jazaakom Allahu khair!

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Arabic/English Puzzles — May 30, 2018

Arabic/English Puzzles

About the Book:

A set of illustrated Arabic puzzles with the English translation to help your child learn new vocabulary. Can also be used with the Madinah Arabic collection of books.

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How to use this file:

  1. Download
  2. Print
  3. Laminate
  4. Cut out puzzles
  5. Play!

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I Can Spell, Match, Trace and Write — March 2, 2018

I Can Spell, Match, Trace and Write

About the file:

This resource idea is such a fun way to introduce spelling and reading. Whether it’s a child’s name, a new word or maybe even a word that your child is struggling to learn.

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I actually made this resource quite some time ago and have shared it with mothers with children learning to read and write/spell and they have benefitted greatly alhamdolillah. I use it for my preschoolers too which they love. We usually begin with this resource before any language activity as a fun and refreshing way to start a lesson. You can do the same approach with any language too.

What I love about this resource is that it allows your child to explore different skills. And by using their name as a starting point, they’re more likely to enjoy writing, spelling and reading etc long-term since it has a personal touch.

I find it also helps to use this same approach when introducing new words, for example the word ‘hat’; let your child use this approach i.e spell, match, trace and write ‘hat’ if you run out of ideas.

How to use this file:

  1. Download file (Please feel free to copy this resource for your own personal use)
  2. Laminate all pages
  3. There are 6 pages:
    1st – Spell with fingers i.e point to each letter using the blue dot as a guide and say each letter out loud
    2nd – Cut out the black matching cards on 3rd page to use on 2nd
    3rd – See previous point
    4th – Trace with finger or use playdough of some sort
    5th – Trace with guidance with non-permanent marker
    6th – Finally, trace without guidance with non-permanent marker

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Let’s Make A Sentence — October 2, 2017

Let’s Make A Sentence

About the file:

This resource can be used to enjoy making up sentences in order. The coloured rectangle cards represent a different word categorie (noun, verb, noun). Let your child advance their reading skills with this resource as they enjoy making up simple and funny sentences.

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How to use this file:

  1. Download it
  2. Print it (one-sided)
  3. Cut out each sentence (in rectangles); Green = Noun, Blue = Verb, Yellow = Noun. Laminate them if you’re able
  4. Laminate the first page (not the front cover)
  5. Place the correct rectangle sentence in the correct space on the first page to make up your sentence

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