An Islamic integrated reading program is integral to introduce Islamic learning and discuss Islamic values in the curriculum to help kids think like a Muslim kid. What is a better way than to introduce it in our homeschooling journey according to their age requirements and reading capabilities.
You can teach your child to read and develop a strong reading foundation, and Muslim School books helps make it easier. Our workbooks use a structured approach to developing your child’s reading skills. No searching for extra materials or worksheets. All you do is open the workbook and follow the instructions.
Now you can help your children excel in reading without stories of witches, magic spells, gender immorality, improperly dressed characters, materialism and other unIslamic subject matter.
The producers of Muslim School Books', reading curriculum have intentionally used numerous stories that reflect the diversity of races within our ummah as well as the contributions of notable Muslims from the present and past.
Phonics Reading Readiness (pdf)Download
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Phonics First Grade Reader (pdf)Download
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Reading Comprehension Grade 4 (pdf)Download
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Muslim School Books' curriculum was developed by a veteran elementary-middle school educator of 40 years who has worked with a diversity of educational pedagogy. The culmination of this expansive and rigorous experience is the Muslim School Books curriculum, an excellent resource for your homeschool or Islamic school program.
We continually evaluate our textbooks to provide superior educational material with an Islamic foundation.
Phonics books begin with consonant and short vowel sounds then proceed to long vowel sounds and diphthongs. Islamic concepts, values, and family life are emphasized throughout the phonics series.
Reading comprehension books focus on strong comprehension skill development and provide extensive vocabulary practice, composition writing, and grammar skills.
The Muslim School Books reading program complements Common Core Standards.