My First Arabic Words is an appealing book for children who are just starting to learn Arabic. Colourful and amusing pictures help young children to learn their first Arabic words. To encourage the children to think about the world around them the words have been divided into themes, such as 'At Home', 'Food and drinks' and 'Colours and shapes'. Those learning Arabic will have great fun spotting and memorising more than four hundred Arabic words in this classic word book.
“I went running back to class. Our teacher was writing something in her class notebook. Teacher, they are going to elect a president of the school.’ She answered without looking up.
‘Yes, the election will be held on Friday.’
‘Who will be the president?’
How should I know? Whoever wins the election, of course!’
‘No I didn’t mean like that I mean will it be a teacher or a student?’
My wings of happiness spread out again when I heard this. I went soaring out of the class. I was going to try as hard as I could to become the school president. I needed to earn people’s votes”
Shirin decides to run for school president. Along the way she learns about leadership and responsibility. Sh. wants
"I like when my teacher teaches us useful things. She doesn't do this very often. One time our teacher taught us something useful. She warned us to be careful not to make any mistakes while we were doing it. We prepared the cards she wanted at home the day before. We were supposed to write our most important telephone numbers on this card. I thought about what the most important phone numbers to know might be. I had them immediately. A pizza place and a candy shop. Done.
Shirin learns how to use emergency telephone numbers and gets into a whole, heap of trouble along the way! What happens when disaster strikes? Can Shirin save the day?
“Two days went by and our teacher it mention our art class. We realized that if we wanted to get rid of the new art teacher. wed have to do it ourselves. Would we have art class again with that odd little man? The next art class was only a day away. During the first break of the day I gathered our class together in a Secret Meeting.
Tomorrow we have art class again. Unless he is sick, you-know-who will be there.
We cant make him sick, but we can be sick ourselves. Those words set the machine in my brain going like clockwork.”
Have you ever hatched a plan that did not turn out the way that you expected? Read this book and find out how Shinn’s creative solutions for complicated problems get
“Our teacher came to class one day the way she always comes. She was dressed the way she is always dressed. She called the roll the way that she always called the roll. Then, she gave us the wildest piece of news, as if it was totally ordinary, like she was announcing he lesson for the day.
TV broadcasters are coming to our school. We were going to be famous!
Wouldn’t It be amazing to be a celebrity? Shirin thinks so, and she is excited for the chance to be on television. But what happens next? Read this book to get the scoop on what really happened. Don’t listen to the rumors; you cant believe everything you hear...”
Find out about the ritual Muslim wash (wudu) with this fun sticker activity book. Features dot-to-dot drawings, coloring fun, puzzles to solve and over 60 stickers to stick. Introduces children to the way Muslims wash before prayer and the main parts involved in preparing for it, including making an intention and wearing clean clothes.
Publisher: Islamic Foundation
Follow a young boy as he prepares to pray, only to be distracted by his friends who come to play. He must decide what to do? In rhyming verses, see how good it feels to pray and then go to play.
“We hear the adhan It’s time to pray, ‘Allah is Great!’ Rise up, don’t delay! “How do we do it? That’s easy you see, Our Prophet* taught us, ‘Pray just like me.'”
I'M LEARNING MY RELIGION SERIES
Parents and teachers can read this series to children ages 5-7.
Students in first and second grade will enjoy reading this series by themselves.
I'M LEARNING ALLAH'S NAME
Parents can read this series to children ages 5-7.
Students in second and third grade will enjoy reading this series by themselves.
Hurray! Were going on vacation! Fifteen days without homework, having to wake up early or having to go to bed early! I love vacations and I am sure it will be even better than I can imagine. My mom works, so she is worried about me staying home for two weeks and a day. Someone has to take care of me. I’m not a baby, but I don’t like being home alone My grandparents are going to come and take care of me, but they won’t come for the first two days of the week because they have some things to do. On Monday and Tuesday I have to go somewhere else’
Who wouldn’t want to watch a movie with their family over the holiday? But Shirin doesn’t stop there; she makes a movie herself. All she wants is to
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