Tuesday, August 17, 2010

No Time For Lesson Planning?

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

This is a month full of 'ibadah, reading Quran, and racing to do good deeds and seeking Allah's Forgiveness for our sins...walhamdulillah. That means that for many, finding activities and lesson planning for our youngest is not always easy subhana'Allah. I want to share this book with you that may help insha'Allah. And guess what? You can read a good portion of it for free alhamdulillah. Free is good *smile*

This book, Slow and Steady, Get Me Ready, has lessons for each week of your child's life from birth to the end of age four. The materials you will need are usually found around the house so no need to go out shopping for supplies alhamdulillah. Insha'Allah, you find this book helpful as you plan this months learning for your children. 

Click here to read the book insha'Allah. You can also click on the word books in the words Google Books on the image below insaha'Allah.

I forgot to mention. This is the version I have from the library:

This appears to be a newer version (as pictured above):

Enjoy insha'Allah!


  1. Jazakallah khair for the resource - looks good!

  2. Wa iyaki dear sis Azra. Jazakillahu Khayr.

  3. Assalaamu Alaikum

    Jazzakillaah for the link. Very beneficial masha Allaah

  4. Machallah thanks for this very helpful link. Here in Algeria it is rare to find books in English so the only resources are free downloads.

  5. Bismillah, Assalamu alaykum ukhtee, jazaakillaahu khayran for all your great work. Do dua for me that Allah ta'ala will make it easy for me to homeschool my children and learn them what is right.

    About this book hafidhakillah, i would like to know whether google has scanned it with permission of the author. Than in sha Allah we can use it safely. Because there is copyright on the book.

    Jazaakillahu khayran

    1. Waalaikum assalam wa rahmatllaah

      Jazakillaahu khayr dear sis for your comments, kind words and for your question. Indeed, all of the praise and thanks are due to Allaah Alone.

      To answer your question about google and the book, insha'Allaah you can find information here about where the books come from on google books: http://books.google.ca/intl/en/googlebooks/about.html

      Toward the bottom of the page there is a question/link that says, "Where do the books come from" or similar wording.

      Insha'Allaah this link will prove helpful to you and others.

      Barak Allaahu feki


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