Author: Uzma Khan

This week Young Learners 4-5 have been practicing the Arabic numbers using modelling clay. Shaping the numbers using modelling clay is a very tactile kinaesthetic way of learning. To reinforce and extend learning the children repeated the numbers collectively together while they formed each one as well

Hajj- Young Learners 5-6 Class

Young Learners 5-6 have been learning about how to perform Hajj during their Islamic Studies class. Hajj is an act of worship for any Muslim and completes the fifth pillar of Islam. The children have been learning about the background to Hajj as well as carrying out fun practical activities to help understand

The Five Pillars of Islam

This week Young Learners 5-6 Class have been producing handprint artwork to demonstrate the Five Pillars of Islam. The children enjoyed being involved in the activity and it was a great opportunity for kids to exercise their creativity and fine motor skills.

There are 5 pillars in Islam. The 5 pillars of Islam are duties which are obligatory on all Muslims. These duties are Shahadah, Salah, Zakat, Sawm and Hajj. The children had fun producing some work to represent the above

Counting in Arabic- Young Learners 6-7 Class

Young Learners 6-7 have also been focusing on writing the Arabic numbers in words. The students engaged in a fun activity which reinforced prior learning and helped consolidate their understanding and make connections with what they already know.

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