Rosetta Stone Lesson Idea

Asalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies, as promised here’s a previous History lesson we did the last school year that I didn’t share at the time. We were covering the Ancient World at the time, and the kids wanted to study the Rosetta Stone further and how Hieroglyphs were deciphered. So, we spent a […]

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Food around the World

Asalamu alaykum ladies, I hope you are well. We try to bake a dish from the country we are currently studying in History/Geography at the time.  It’s a wonderful way to experience a little culture, try new foods and get in the kitchen. All tried and tested recipes will be linked below and updated regularly […]

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Lesson plan – Carving Gingerbread Hieroglyphs

Asalamualaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies We are currently studying the Ancient Egyptians in History and like many, my kids found the concept of hieroglyphics so interesting! So, I decided to do a little project…but not the usual making a scroll and painting. Instead, we decided to make our stone tablets from gingerbread and ‘carve’ […]

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Lesson plan – The Great Wall of China project

Asalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu Last week me and the kids were learning about China. As part of our curriculum, Expedition Earth, one of the suggested crafts was to build a model of The Great Wall of China. But I wasn’t able to find the same materials that Erica originally suggests in her post, […]

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