Sources for Islamic, Muslim and Arabic educational material and homeschooling support.
Associations & Networking
Bristol Muslim Home Educators
We hope to use this group, inshaAllah, to exchange ideas and experiences as well as to organise regular meetups with our children around Bristol.
Dallas Muslim Homeschoolers Association
Group for interested and committed parents to share experiences and make recommendations regarding curriculum, website links, activities in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, sports and everything and anything pertinent to the homeschooling experience.
Home Education Muslim Network – Yorkshire
This group has been created for those in and around the Yorkshire area for Muslims seeking other Muslims for ideas and general chit chat regarding the tricky business of homeschooling our young ‘uns.
Memphis Muslim Home Educators
We are a group of families interested in connecting with one another and others who share our goals of Home Education.
Muslim Home Educators in London
The group is to provide a friendly forum for Muslim home educating families in London. We aim to meet up regularly and offer each other support.
Muslim Home Educators Birmingham
Closed Facebook group. Contact admin about joining.
Muslim Home Educators’ Support
This is the Facebook page of MHES (Muslim Home Educators’ Support), which is a support group for Muslim home educating sisters in Birmingham, UK (primarily). This Facebook group is open to home educating Muslim women.
The Muslim Homeschool
A homeschooling site primarily for muslims using the ‘classical’ method of homeschooling, the Well Trained Mind in particular.
Books about Homeschooling in a Muslim Family
Education for Muslim Children
A resource for Muslim educators and homeschooling families. Come here for discussions and sharing of information and resources of educational topics as they apply towards teaching our children. We welcome you to come, share and learn together.
The aim of this group is to enable people to aid and support one another in home schooling and share beneficial resources as well as helping one another to adhere to Islam correctly upon the Quraan and authentic Sunnah as understood by the Salaf.
Learning About Islam
Arabic Learning Materials
For those of you who are struggling to learn or teach Islam, it can sometimes be hard to find the best learning materials available. We have done all the searching for you! Here you will find an extensive list of the best Islamic Learning Resources available on the web today, including links to Islamic lesson plans, Islamic Stories, activities to teach your child about Islam, Islamic curriculum, Islamic retailers and much more.
The Holy Quran
The religion’s holy book is presented in its original Arabic and several translations, including English, in text and audio versions. Searchable.
Internet Islamic History Sourcebook
Fordham University presents this overview of Islamic history and culture. Lots of links to original source material online.
Islamic Culture and the Medical Arts
Medicine is a science from which one learns the states of the human body with respect to what is healthy and what is not, in order to preserve good health when it exists and restore it when it is lacking. Ibn Sina, the opening to the Qanun fi al-tibb.
Islam For Kids
This Facebook page is for Parents who have a positive attitude towards life.
This website is aimed at kids between the ages of 5-12 years. By working through the modules you can learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Our aim is to make learning about Islam fun, interactive and easy.
Islamic Stories For Muslim Kids
This list will include Islamic stories for kids in English. This list will recommend Islamic multimedia software to teach Islamic subjects.
Muslim Scientists and Islamic Civilization
Muslim contribution to Science, Mathematics, Astronomy, and Philosophy in the Middle Ages. Ninety articles and over thirty biographies.
PBS – Islam: Empire of Faith
Throughout the production of Islam Empire of Faith – including this Web site – we have made every attempt to present as broad a portrait of Islamic art and culture as possible, in order to show the great diversity as well as the fundamental unity of Islamic civilization in its long and varied history.