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Phonics, Words & Pictures Mats — March 27, 2018

Phonics, Words & Pictures Mats

About the file:

A set of fun and educational phonics mats (or cards) for children learning to read or write. Phonics is a simple method of teaching the alphabet by using sounds with symbols in an alphabetic writing system.

And enjoy a game of bingo as a fun way to test your child’s progress.

Read more here…

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How to use the file:

  1. Download
  2. Print
  3. Laminate/Cut (optional)

There are 5 sets of mats; each set of mats/cards (after the alphabet) have 4  stages and are colour coded to make life easier:

Stage 1 – Introducing letter sounds
Stage 2 – Introducing a picture related to the letter sound
Stage 3 – Introducing words related to the letter sound (high-lighted)
Stage 4 – Introducing words related to the letter sound (not high-lighted)

Begin by introducing the alphabet mats in lower-case letters, then the upper-case letters. Progress to phase 2 and work your way up to phase 3, 4 and 5 in which your child will become more fluent and confident in reading independently in shaa Allaah.

Enjoy!


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’40 ‘ Puzzle Sentences (Three-Letter Nouns) — March 13, 2018

’40 ‘ Puzzle Sentences (Three-Letter Nouns)

About the file:

Children learn best when they are having fun, praised for their efforts and work at their own speed and style.

This resource allows children to enjoy reading with the help of the short words/nouns, simple sentences and fun pictures. With the easy yet challenging set of 40 puzzles, your child will have fun matching the sentences to the correct picture.

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How to use the file:

  1. Download
  2. Print
  3. Laminate (if able)
  4. Cut out puzzles
  5. Read the sentences out loud and slow
  6. Match sentences to the correct picture
  7. Lots of praise and encouragement and of course dua!

Tips:

Introduce each noun by focusing on the first letter and by reading it together as one word (slowly) rather than seperately, e.g say ‘b-b-baaag’ instead of ‘buh-ah-guh’.
Also, try getting your child to read out loud and write the 3-letter nouns.

Enjoy!


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Over 150 Free ‘Islamic’ Stickers! — April 12, 2017

Over 150 Free ‘Islamic’ Stickers!

About the file:

An A4 ‘Islamic’ themed sticker collection ready for high quality printing. Each sticker comes with a remembrance of Allah Ta’ala (dhikr) and in various colours and 4 different sizes; small, medium large and extra-large. An excellent resource as a reward for children or just covering an educational picture-making book that you just can’t throw away. These stickers are great for use at home or at school.

DhikrStickers

What you need:

*For best results, set your printer to ‘one-sided’ and print on A4 Sticker paper insha’Allah. Enjoy!


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