Assalaamu alaykum, hey everyone!
This is a free printable for you to add to your child’s learning folder. It’s a fun and engaging way to have them learn how to spell and practice writing their name.
Just fill in the quick form below and I will email you back with the document customised to your childs name, ready for you to print, laminate, and attach velcro to.
I offer two options, option one is as you see my daughters, who is new to learning the alphabet:
I have the letters of her name under each place for her to match to.
Option two, I can make it without letters on the sheet. Your child can work independantly spelling their name by matching the colours.
Fill in the simple form below with your email and childs name and I will email you back with the customised document 🙂
Assalaamu alaykum, hey!
Today I’m going to talk about why and how I’m preparing to teach my almost two and a half year old.
She has recently been showing alot of interest in the activities I do with older brother and sister, wanting to participate and repeating everything. She also mostly goes for the puzzles, sorts her toys when playing and has also been getting bored quite easily. That is her cue that she’s ready to start learning! Why hold her back? By making it interactive, fun and engaging she’ll have so much fun expanding her skills.
We are going to start with the basics, going over her colours, the alphabet, shapes, related activities and sensory play, etc. I want to give her a headstart in reading, math and Qur’an memorisation. My other main goal is to help her with her English speech development as we are a bilingual household. All of our daily activities will be play or craft based.
There are so many home educating mothers with amazing set ups, some of my favourites are Jady A on YouTube, Mamateachesme, and amuslimhomeschool.
Graphic design is one of my hobbies and I love making my own homeschool resources, so expect to see lots uploaded free over the next few months in shaa Allaah.
What age did you start teaching your child? Or are planning to start? What are some of your favourite resources?