Friday, 11 July 2014

English Alphabet Workbook


So, your child has traced over sandpaper letters and mastered the alphabet play dough mats...
They have written the alphabet on paper, sand and shaving foam...
Pencils have gone blunt, felt tips exhausted, paints on the carpet...
... and finally they can (legibly) write the whole alphabet! Great job! BaarakAllaahu feekum!

What next?

What's this? And Why do I need it?

Once your child can form the letters on their own, it's time for them to learn how to write smaller and on the line inshaaAllaah. This workbook has tracing activities to give the child more practice in achieving this goal inshaaAllaah.

The book can be printed for the child to complete or could even be laminated or slotted into plastic pockets to use as a dry wipe book inshaa'Allaah.

Why not use the millions of printables that are already available online?


  1. This book contains a very simple cursive font as opposed to the ball and stick font you see on many worksheets. So the child learns to form the letters correctly right from the start and it will be easier to move onto a more Victorian style cursive handwriting from here if you wish.
  2. Most worksheets contain pictures of creatures with souls or pictures of things that are not permissible in Islaam, like musical instruments and pigs.  If like me, you are absolutely exhausted of effacing all the time, then this workbook is for you.

I want it now, how can I get it?

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Pictures in Childrens' Books

Shaykh Muhammad Al-Imaam Hafidhahullaah was asked:

We see within many of the books for teaching children there are pictures of things which have souls, and the faces are cut off and the bodies remain with round heads. Is this action correct or is it a must that the head be removed altogether? And what is the intended meaning of the head in the statement of Ibn ‘Abbaas: “The image is only in the head,”?



  • You may deal with the image by taking off the head completely—and this is better and more complete—
  • Or you can deal with it by effacing the image; and this is (removal of) the face; 
As is within Saheeh Muslim from the Hadeeth of ‘Alee ibn Aboo Taalib, that he said to Aboo Al-Hiyaaj Al-Asadee: “Shall I not send you forth to do that which Allaah’s Messenger sent me forth to do?” He said: “Yes.” He said: “Do not leave any elevated grave without leveling it; and do not leave any image except that you efface it.” 

So if the face is effaced or taken away so that it does not remain as it was created then this will suffice.

Translated By: Raha ibn Donald Batts (may Allaah reward him)

My Raa and Zaa Workbook


Another pair of letters to learn about...

Download the Raa Workbook and the Zaa Workbook.

Friday, 13 December 2013

My Daal and Thaal Workbooks


Alhamdulillaah I have TWO workbooks ready for you today...

Click Here to download the Daal Workbook.
Click Here to download the Thaal Workbook.

Enjoy Inshaa'Allaah!

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

My حاء Workbook


A workbook to practice reading, writing and saying the sound of Haa.

Click here to download.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

My Jeem Workbook


The jeem workbook is ready for you ...

Click Here to enjoy!
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