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Muslim stay at home mom/homeschooler

Beginning Islamic Sentences for Copywork

These are some English sentences (with Islamic topics) I made up for my six year old to copy. 

  • 52 sentences for copying, arranged by number of words in each sentence.
  • Primer ruled (block print).

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Posted by on November 17, 2011 in English, Sentences


Being Merciful CopyWork

Bukhari Hadith on Being MercifulMerciful








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Posted by on September 7, 2011 in Ahadith, Character/Behavior


Ramadan Copywork

I’ve posted some copywork selections related to Ramadan over at the Talibiddeen Jr. Homeschooling Blog. There are two versions, one for younger students and one for older students. Stop by:

for more details and to download one or both versions.

Ramadan Mubarak!

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Posted by on September 8, 2009 in Uncategorized



Bismillah Copywork

Simple copywork selection of the word bismillah in English and one in Arabic


English: is_copywork-bismillah


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Posted by on July 6, 2009 in Islamic Vocabulary, Words


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“Pre Made” Arabic Text for Quraan copywork

One of our Islamic Copywork members suggested the following site for Quraanic text for copywork:

Instead of having to type in ayaat from scratch, you should be able to copy and paste the text from this site as text and manipulate it as text (changing the size, font, etc).


Posted by on March 15, 2009 in Quraanic Text for Copywork


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English Islamic Vocabulary Copywork

Here are some copywork selections that I had posted at Talibiddeen Jr under my handwriting pages. My links got broken and someone requested them, so I thought I’d just upload them here as it was related.

These feature letter writing and then the letters are used in one Islamic word. In addition, there is usually an activity to go along with the writing practice to get in “Islamic  Studies,” it might be coloring, writing a sentence, etc.


















Copywork Center?

Just brainstorming.

 I put up a post at my TJ blog for Quraan centers and Arabic Practice Centers and the idea popped up for a copywork center?

You could use file folders to keep the copywork in, student can decorate it and it would be a place for the student to place his copywork while writing. 

My kids like pulling out the various little centers (we have a math facts one too).

Pics of our file folder learning centers which might provide ideas that can be applied for copywork:

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Posted by on February 23, 2009 in Copywork Aids