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Ihsaan Home Academy Compilation
Please Note: I do NOT necessarily approve of all the information found in the resources that I share. I have no way to verify everything. I only share what I think may have some useful knowledge or tips to help you ease your homeschooling experience inShaa Allah. I verify and/or modify (when needed) what I use, one by one. So it is your responsibility to do the same and be sure you know exactly what you're teaching your children. You are under no obligation to only use the resources that I share here as I'm only sharing what I find along the way. This may NOT be a complete subject curriculum. If you find better, please use it and share it with us if you do not mind. There are lots of free resources out there that you can use to either supplement your homeschooling or use as a main curriculum if it is complete and lives up to your expectations. Either way, it may help you save lots of money because unless specified, everything under this tab is FREE. Just select the resources that interest you, and make lesson plans.
Please download the materials immediately; even if you are not using them now. Sometimes links may change, and the file may not be available at the current link. 

Websites with General Resources/Information 
Islamic Online University (FREE online courses without registration fee, and FREE BA/MA degrees after paying for the registration fee)
Khan Academy (many subjects)
E-Learning for Kids (Interactive Learning)
Mc Graw Hill Education 
Open Islamic Curriculum
Primary Resources
BBC Teach
Primary Curriculum 
Education Quizzes
Open Culture 
Open Culture FREE Textbooks (Lots of books)
Core Curriculum (FREE pdf curriculum downloads)
Free Ed
Online Learning Games
Sign Language
More Sign Language
American Sign Language
Life Print (Sign Language Site)
Duolingo (Learn a new language for free)
K-8 Science
Power-points of Different Subjects
Subject Resources 
E-Learning (For kids)
Teacher Tube (Lesson videos made by teachers)
Learn A Language for Free 
KidsKnowIt (Educational resources for kids)
Saylor (Lots of FREE PDF textbooks)
OpenStax (FREE PDF textbooks)
Coursera (FREE courses from various universities)
Edx (FREE university courses)
MIT OpenCourseWare (FREE university courses)
Project Gutenberg (Collection of FREE E-books)
SAS Curriculum Pathways (K-12 resources)
Comprehensive Practice for Standardized Tests (English Language Art and Maths, Garde 3)
Mazes
Note Taking (Grade 4-8+)

Games and Activities
Math and Reading Games
Arcademic (Game, Grades 1-6)
Sheppard Software
Games for Kids

Non-Free Resources
Arqam
Taqwa Curriculum 
ABC Mouse
Udemy (Free and paid skill courses)

Ideas for Elective Courses
(This is a list of extra courses that you can think about as either required or electives courses depending on the level of your child. It is up to you).
  • Sign Language (This is a very important one that I would encourage every Muslim home educator to include in their homeschooling curriculum. I thought of this after watching a Youtube video in which a Muslim brother who is legally blind talked about the fact that people with disabilities are often neglected in society; especially in our community; even when it comes to Da'wah. We shouldn't wait until Allah tests us with disabilities to understand the importance of inclusion.)
  • Arabic Calligraphy
  • Islamic Finance
  • Economics
  • Crochet 
  • Sewing
  • Computer Science/Programming
  • Carpentry 
  • Woodwork
  • Graphic Design 
  • Poetry (English, Arabic, or other languages of your choice)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Gardening
  • Home Economics
  • Painting
  • Public Speaking 
  • AP Calculus
  • AP Biology 
  • Marketing 

 

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