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Preschool 
Kindergarten 
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
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Academic & Special Classes


Preschool classes are offered live via our virtual classrooms 3 days a week. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction is also provided for students in Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies, and STEAM. We use the Core Knowledge and Everyday Ibaadah preschool curriculum for a blended learning approach that is both hands-on, project-based and traditional.
The Montessori approach is incorporated in order to engage learners in meaningful ways and connect to their everyday experiences. We prepare students for kindergarten by ensuring that content in our classes is based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and follow the Core Knowledge sequence.

The Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence is a set of model guidelines describing fundamental competencies and specific knowledge that provide coherent foundations for later learning in kindergarten and beyond. The Preschool Sequence targets children between the ages of three and five.

The Preschool Sequence addresses physical, social, linguistic, and cognitive aspects of development.  You can download an overview of major areas of skills and knowledge addressed in the Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence.
Islamic Studies classes teach students about the fundamental principles of belief in the oneness of Allah. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George.

Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 1 time a week.
Quran and Arabic classes meet 1-2 times a week depending on the level they
are placed in. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for this class.
STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Wednesday.
STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math. 
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SUNDAY / MONDAY / TUESDAY/ WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY

Academic & Special Classes

Live Kindergarten classes meet 5 days a week for students in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM.

We use the Core Knowledge and Everyday Ibaadah kindergarten curriculum for a blended learning approach that is both hands-on, project-based and traditional. The Montessori approach is incorporated in order to engage learners in meaningful ways and connect to their everyday experiences. We prepare students for Grade 1 by ensuring that content in our classes is based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and follow the Core Knowledge sequence.

The Core Knowledge Sequence explicitly addresses important skills in various subjects—for example, in language arts, decoding, handwriting, spelling, and written composition; in geography, spatial sense; or in math, estimating sums and differences, or converting common fractions to decimals. Students are often assigned grade level projects in math, science, and social studies.

In grades K-2, the Core Knowledge Sequence introduces topics typically associated with later grades, such as the study of ancient Egypt, environmental awareness, or electricity. Much of the knowledge of these topics can be conveyed through reading appropriate texts aloud, followed by discussion and activities. Helping young children develop the ability to listen to and understand read-aloud texts is integral to the development of literacy. As an extension, we pair read aloud with writing and project based activities to reinforce learning and comprehension in a given topic.

The selection of read-aloud texts for Kindergarteners is guided by a coherent, sequenced approach of knowledge building. The instructor selects fiction and nonfiction read-alouds in relation to topics across curriculum identified in the Core Knowledge Sequence. Instruction is provided in a way that it is aligned with the principles and values of EDIA.

Islamic Studies classes teach students about the fundamental principles of belief in the oneness of Allah. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George. Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 1 time a week.

Quran classes meet 2 times a week. They focus on Qaidah, Tajweed, and Hifd. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for this class.
Arabic classes meet 2 times a week. They focus on reading, writing, and helping students develop basic conversation skills.

STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Thursday. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math. 
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Academic & Special Classes

Grade 1 classes meet 5 days a week for students in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM. 
Core Knowledge curriculum is used for instruction in academic classes. Learning opportunities are hands-on, project-based and traditional. We prioritize helping students meet grade level benchmarks based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and the Core Knowledge sequence. In addition, we use an approach of learning that helps students to develop 21st century skills and develop positive characters.
The Core Knowledge Sequence explicitly addresses important grade level skills in various subjects—for example, in language arts, decoding, handwriting, spelling, and written composition; in geography, spatial sense; or in math, estimating sums and differences, or converting common fractions to decimals and place value. Students are often assigned grade level projects in math, science, and social studies.  
In grades K-2, the Core Knowledge Sequence introduces topics typically associated with later grades, such as the study of ancient Egypt, environmental awareness, or electricity. Much of the knowledge of these topics can be conveyed through reading appropriate texts aloud, followed by discussion and activities. Helping young children develop the ability to listen to and understand read-aloud texts is integral to the development of literacy. As an extension, we pair read aloud with writing and project based activities to reinforce learning and comprehension in a given topic. Students in this grade typically write journals, reports, and conduct research projects.

Islamic Studies classes teach students about the fundamental principles of belief in the oneness of Allah. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George. Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 2 times a week.
Quran classes meet 3 times a week and focus on Qaidah, Tajweed and Hifd. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for classes. 

Arabic classes meet 3 times a week and focus on reading, writing, and basic conversational skills. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. 
STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Wednesday.STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math. 
sunday / monday / tuesday/ wednesday/ thursday

Arabic & Special Classes

Grade 2 classes meet 5 days a week for students in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM. 
Core Knowledge curriculum is used for instruction in academic classes. Learning opportunities are hands-on, project-based and traditional. We prioritize helping students meet grade level benchmarks based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and the Core Knowledge sequence. In addition, we use an approach of learning that helps students to develop 21st century skills and develop positive characters.
The Core Knowledge Sequence explicitly addresses important grade level skills in various subjects—for example, in language arts, decoding, handwriting, spelling, and written composition; in geography, spatial sense; or in math, estimating sums and differences, or converting common fractions to decimals and place value. Students are often assigned grade level projects in math, science, and social studies.  
In grades K-2, the Core Knowledge Sequence introduces topics typically associated with later grades, such as the study of ancient Egypt, environmental awareness, or electricity. Much of the knowledge of these topics can be conveyed through reading appropriate texts aloud, followed by discussion and activities. Helping young children develop the ability to listen to and understand read-aloud texts is integral to the development of literacy. As an extension, we pair read aloud with writing and project based activities to reinforce learning and comprehension in a given topic. Students in this grade typically write journals, reports, and conduct research projects.
Islamic Studies classes teach students about the fundamental principles of belief in the oneness of Allah. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George. Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 2 times a week.
Quran classes meet 5 times a week and focus on Qaidah, Tajweed and Hifd. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for classes. 
Arabic classes meet 3 times a week and focus on reading, writing, and basic conversational skills. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. 
STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Thursday. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math. 
sunday/ monday / tuesday/ wednesday/Thursday

Academic & Special Classes

Grade 3 classes meet 5 days a week for students in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM. 
Core Knowledge curriculum is used for instruction in academic classes. Learning opportunities are hands-on, project-based and traditional. We prioritize helping students meet grade level benchmarks based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and the Core Knowledge sequence. In addition, we use an approach of learning that helps students to develop 21st century skills and develop positive characters.
The Core Knowledge Sequence shifts from decoding to grammar, spelling, and writing compositions in Grade 3. The CKLA Skills strand was designed to be fully in accord with the findings of the National Reading Panel and is aligned with the goals in the “Reading Foundational Skills” section of the Common Core State Standards.
The Listening & Learning strand builds on research confirming that in the early grades students’ listening comprehension outpaces their reading comprehension. The engaging CKLA content goes well beyond standard early grade language arts fare to include important historical and scientific events, ideas, and people. Lessons include teacher read-alouds, class discussions, vocabulary work, and extension activities. These read-alouds and exercises are organized in domains, each focused on a particular topic, such as insects, the five senses, or the selection of early civilizations to explore. 

In geography, spatial sense; or in math, estimating sums and differences, or converting common fractions to decimals and place value. Students are often assigned grade level projects in math, science, and social studies.  


 
Academic & Special Classes


Grade 4 classes meet 5 days a week for students   in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science       and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM. 

Core Knowledge curriculum is used for instruction in academic classes. Learning opportunities are hands-on, project-based and traditional. We prioritize helping students meet grade level benchmarks based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and the Core Knowledge sequence. In addition, we use an approach of learning that helps students to develop 21st century skills and develop positive characters.

The Core Knowledge Sequence focuses on grammar, spelling, and writing compositions in Grade 4. The skills strand is in accord with the findings of the National Reading Panel and is aligned with the goals in the “Reading Foundational Skills” section of the Common Core State Standards. In grades 4 students are exposed to richer content in history, science, and literature, designed to both deepen and broaden students’ knowledge and skills. Compared to earlier grades, these CKLA units guide students through more sophisticated writing tasks. Students are expected to be able to tackle complex written text with rich academic content.

While lessons vary day to day, each unit includes the following:

Read-alouds
Whole-group, small-group, and individual reading activities
Close reading
Literal, inferential, and evaluative comprehension questions
Vocabulary
Grammar
Writing
Morphology
Spelling
Unit assessments

In math students are reinforcing their understanding of concepts taught in Grade 3 and learning new concepts. Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Geometry, and founding principles of Algebra are taught. 

Islamic Studies classes teach students about more topics of Tawheed. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George. Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 2 times a week.

Quran classes meet 5 times a week and focus on Qaidah, Tajweed and Hifd. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for classes. 

Arabic classes meet 3 times a week and focus on reading, writing, and basic conversational skills. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Books are assigned according to levels.

STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Thursday. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math. 


Academic & Special Classes

Grade 5 classes meet 5 days a week for students in our online classrooms. Students receive academic instruction in English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Special subject instruction includes Quran, Arabic, Islamic Studies and STEAM. 
Core Knowledge curriculum is used for instruction in academic classes. Learning opportunities are hands-on, project-based and traditional. We prioritize helping students meet grade level benchmarks based upon U.S. common core state standards, next generation science standards, and the Core Knowledge sequence. In addition, we use an approach of learning that helps students to develop 21st century skills and develop positive characters.
The Core Knowledge Sequence focuses on grammar, spelling, and writing compositions in Grade 5. The skills strand is in accord with the findings of the National Reading Panel and is aligned with the goals in the “Reading Foundational Skills” section of the Common Core State Standards. In grades 5 students are exposed to richer content in history, science, and literature, designed to both deepen and broaden students’ knowledge and skills. Compared to earlier grades, these CKLA units guide students through more sophisticated writing tasks. Students are expected to be able to tackle complex written text with rich academic content.
While lessons vary day to day, each unit includes the following:
Read-alouds
Whole-group, small-group, and individual reading activities
Close reading
Literal, inferential, and evaluative comprehension questions
Vocabulary
Grammar
Writing
Morphology
Spelling
Unit assessments
In math students are reinforcing their understanding of concepts taught in Grade 4 and learning new concepts. Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Geometry, and founding principles of Algebra are taught. 
Islamic Studies classes teach students about more topics of Tawheed. Students learn about who Allah is and their environment in context to Him. The Nurture Islam series created by our very own Islamic Studies teacher Umm Maimoonah is used for instruction and curriculum. The program is overseen by Ustaadh Mustafa George. Classes are hands-on, engaging, and age appropriate. Classes meet 2 times a week.
Quran classes meet 5 times a week and focus on Qaidah, Tajweed and Hifd. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Qaidah Al Noraniyah is currently the materials used for classes. 
Arabic classes meet 3 times a week and focus on reading, writing, and basic conversational skills. Students receive placement test at the beginning of the year in order to be assigned to the appropriate class based on their ability. Books are assigned according to levels.
STEAM classes meet twice a month every other week on a Thursday. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering/Environmental Science, Art and Math.