Products We're Using

10/2015
We're using this program right now, level 1. My daughter loves it so far.

Errors in Prayer


Here are some articles that I have come across on AbdurRahman.org. Due to reorganization at the site, the links no longer work, but you can look up the titles and perhaps find them there, inshaa Allah, I'll get around to relinking these.
  • Three Common Mistakes Made After Prayer (AbdurRahman.org)
  • The Magnifying Glass - 40 Common Mistakes in Salaat - Saalih Ibn Abdul-Azeez Ibn Muhammad Aalish-Shaykh 
  • Drawing Attention to some Mistakes made in Prayer - Shaikh 'Alee Hasan Al-Halabee
  • The Clarified Ruling of Mistakes done in Salaah - Mashhur Hasan Al Salman 

Prostration of Forgetfulness


Reference

Learning Materials

image_thumb13Prostration of Forgetfulness - a mini lesson that I made to accompany the treatise above.
(Note the link in the lesson  to the treatise does not work. Use the above link (Prostration of Forgetfulness, a treatise) instead.

Scientific Notation


Scientific notation is just a method for expressing, and working with, 
very large or very small numbers.


  • Introduction to Scientific Notation - nice, clean tutorial on scientific notation, what it is, how to convert back and forth between scientific notation and standard numerals.






Worksheets

Reciprocals - Study Notes and Practice

What are reciprocals?


A: a pair of numbers whose product is 1: the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2 (if you multiply 2/3 and 3/2 together, you get a product of 1)

Reciprocal Learning Resources


Reciprocal Math Notes with Mastery Goals for Assessment/Review
A note page I made for my kids. It is in Q/A form and at the end contains a set of mastery goals questions to assess mastery, but also helpful for review at a later date. Great to put in binders for study/reference.

Reciprocals Notes





































Reciprocal notes and worksheet - algebra

Simple worksheet I made for the kids with study information.  Can be used as a notebooking page, just have student solve the problems/put answers on a piece of scratch paper to make it reusable.