Find links to resources for reading and literacy for children here.
Common Core State Standards Initiative provides a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them.
Ummah Reads is a site where you will find information about books, reading, literacy, writing and publishing for Muslim children and teens.
Confessions of an Undercover Teacher is our sister blog that has lots of toddler activities and curriculum ideas that have been tried and tested in my toddler classroom. I also share book reviews from our classroom library. :)
Habeebee Homeschooling a wonderful blog for homeschooling parents that includes creative hands on educational curriculum and activities for young children.
Muslim Kids is a simple site geared for Muslim children using simple language they can understand to learn about Islam. It is not interactive but has lots of good information Muslim children can use as a resource. There are no games or activities section but they do have a nasheed section. :)
Jannah Steps is a wonderful blog that is chock full of ideas and resources every Muslimah can use. Whether you are a stay at home mom, the professional mom or the globe trotting mom or the artsy mom. There is something for everyone, even those of us who are not mom! :)
One 4 Kids has fun educational and interactive online games for children to play and learn.
Perfect Picture Books is a massive collection of picture books that come highly recommended from a growing number of dedicated book reviewers. Each book comes with links and resources parents and teachers can use to enhance learning opportunities both at home and in the classroom.
We Are Teachers: While this site is an excellent resource for teachers who work in public or private schools, it can also be a great resource for home-schoolers. Find lesson plans and ideas, money for your classroom, product reviews or just a chance to connect with fellow educators.
Starfall: Starfall guides children in learning the alphabet and the sounds in words through a variety of stories.