Tuesday, January 1, 2019

What books are you using to teach your homeschool child his reading lessons?

What books are you using to teach your homeschool child his reading lessons?

Are you tired of fairy tales make-believe and stories about magic?

Now you can teach your child core reading comprehension skills from a Muslim reading book. Your child will answer reading comprehension questions from some of the following titles, insha'Allah:
Timbuktu: A Hidden Treasure,
Awesome Arabic,
The Boys in the Cave (Surah Kahf),
The Miracle Honey Bee (discover Allah's Magnificence),
Sacrificial Animals, and much, much more.

The Reading Comprehension Grade 5 workbook includes vocabulary lists with each story and accompanying vocabulary worksheets. Language arts lessons are included for each story, as well. Also, a writing composition page related to the story topic is included for each story.

No human or animal images are included in the Reading Comprehension Grade 5 workbook.

As educators, we know the significant impact that any educational system has on it's children. Schools are institutions in which children develop their perspective about themselves, others and the world. Much of this information is conveyed through books. Books are one of the most dominant factors that influence our children's thinking. Therefore, we must develop our own academic books (and curriculum) that deliver to our children academic excellence, as well the lofty morals and culture our religion upholds. As Muslim elders who are obligated to educate our children from an Islamic perspective, we must take advantage of resources developed to further this admirable goal.

Visit our site to order or learn more about Muslim School Books. www.MuslimSchoolBooks.com

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