Curriculum Packages [More Info Below]

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  • $150.00

    $150.00Quranic Homeschool Level 1 Package

    *EARLY BIRD PRICE* 16 Units (Covers Surah 98 - 114)
    This is the Fall 2020 course curriculum. The Fall 2020 semester is currently in progress but will end by Dec 12. Those who missed the semester can still purchase the full course material here, which will be fully released Dec 16, 2020 inshaAllah.
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  • $150.00

    $150.00Quranic Homeschool Spring 2021

    *EARLY BIRD PRICE*
    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO COMPLETE LEVEL 1 FIRST

    Those who are currently in the Fall 2020 course can register for Spring 2021 semester, to begin Feb 27, 2021 inshaAllah.
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What Do You Get?

Here are all the digital resources included.

What makes Alasna's curriculum different is that we built it from the ground up to revolve around Islam, rather than copy-paste secular programs and sprinkle one or two Islamic subjects.

  • 16 Units [Over 560 Pages of Curriculum and Lesson Planning]

  • Over 20 Hours of Video Walk Throughs [Training You to Be an Effective Teacher]

  • Over 200 Pages of Worksheets and Exercises

  • Beautiful Arabic Alphabet and Tashkil Flashcards

  • Beautiful English Alphabet Flashcards

  • Arabic and English Sight Words Flashcards

Early Bird Registration Ends!

Take Advantage of the Discount Before Jan 1st!

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So You're a Muslim Parent Who Wants to Homeschool?

But you have NO CLUE where to start!

We are here to provide you with:

1. The training and practical tips you need to homeschool (how to set up your classroom, how to motivate your children, how to balance your role as parent vs. teacher, etc.)

2. The comprehensive, holistic Quranic curriculum you can teach your child(ren) lesson by lesson

IMPORTANT: We do not teach your children directly. Rather, we give you the tools and knowledge to homeschool them with our Quranic curriculum.

DISCLAIMER: Different locales have different homeschool regulations. It is parents' responsibility to make sure to comply with these requirements.


What Makes This Program Different?

  • Not just a curriculum, but an entirely new way to homeschool through the Book of Allah.

  • Quran Centered - Quran leads and other subjects like science, social studies, etc., follow based on Quran.

  • Weekly LIVE sessions with experienced homeschool expert to address your questions.

  • Family Centered - The whole family learns together, teaching children across grade levels.

  • Targeted individual lessons that inspire curiosity and are age appropriate.

  • Flexibility - The curriculum allows you to customize lessons to your child(ren)'s needs week by week.

What Parents Say About Alasna

“I work full time which makes it hard to accumulate and organize the information of such nature. Having it all ready and especially in a language that the children can grasp is amazing.”

Ummi

“This program has been beneficial not only to my 5 years old son but to me as well. I do not mean to say that the process has been smooth (just like you have mentioned in your lectures, we have had our good days and our bad ones) but after you start seeing the fruits of the effort you have put in alhamdulilah the heart is content. My son at this point keeps reminding all family members to say Bismilah before we do something (even to his 2 year old sister).”

Ummi

“Subhanallah. Today was our first day. My daughter (9) said to me as we were doing the Tafseer: "Ummi I'm falling more in love with Allah as you explain to us," and I wanted to cry.”

Umm

Want to See a Sample Lesson?

Click Here to See a Lesson Plan for One Week

How Does It Work?

1. Parents download the weekly Unit and lesson planning materials.

2. Parents watch the Unit Walk Through video, which explains everything in the Unit in depth.

3. Parents use these resources and the training knowledge to homeschool children.

4. Parents take their experience and feedback to ask questions in the discussion forum to get tips and support.

5. All Walk Throughs are pre-recorded so parents can go back and refer to them later at their own pace.

IMPORTANT: We do not teach your children directly. Rather, we give you the tools and knowledge to homeschool them with our Quranic curriculum. 

If you're in the Fall 2020 course, register for Spring Semester now!
Early Bird Registration Ends Jan 1

Cost: $199 Per Family

($150 Early Bird Discount)

Subjects Included in the Curriculum (Ages 3-10)

These are the topics that the Quranic curriculum teaches with full lesson plans and worksheets.

  • Quran (Memorization, Tajwid, Tafsir, Vocab, Reflection)

  • Islamic Studies (Sirah, Lives of Sahaba, Hadith, Dua, Islamic Values)

  • Arabic Basics (Reading, Writing, Comprehension)

  • English/Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Comprehension, Grammar, Spelling)

  • Science (Life Sciences, Earth Sciences, Physics)

  • Social Studies (History, Geography, Cultures)

  • Art/Activities (Creativity, Imaginative Play)

What Does Quranic Homeschool Look Like?

A Typical Day of Quran-Centered Learning...

This Quran-centered curriculum is meant to be used for multiple children across various age ranges and grade levels, unlike most boxed curricula that are rigidly grade-specific and which require buying separately for each child.

Instead, you can sit down with all of your children at once and use 1 curriculum as the main portion of your homeschool every day. Each child brings a unique lens and perspective, making for a lively discussion inshaAllah.

This feature of a single, unified daily session simplifies the homeschool experience, while also carving out a special daily time of family learning and bonding.

After this first group subject of Quran, we then split up into the individual age-appropriate follow-up segment of the day. Each child works on an activity stemming from that day's ayat, in a way that best fits that child's age and developmental stage. For a young child, that can look like a coloring exercise. For a 6 or 7 year-old, this is an exercise in reading and writing, revolving around that day's verses.

Often, the ayat of any given lesson prompt a discussion on things like مكارم الأخلاق , Islamic values and character building (such as the importance of giving صدقة, charity, to the orphan and the needy). Other ayat introduce foundational discussions around exploring emotions, such as the emotion of envy in Surat Al-Falaq and the emotion of fear in Surat Quraysh. Yet other surahs call our attention to the magnificent creations of Allah like the mountains, the sky, the sun, the clouds, the rain; these segway into an investigation into the natural world in that day's natural science period. And so forth.

In this way, all learning is Quran based.

Learning Outcomes for Children (Ages 3-10)

You can expect to be able to teach your child(ren) to:

  • Memorize Quran Surahs (30th Juz) and Understand the Meaning

  • Adopt Islamic Values, Character, and Love for Quran

  • Learn Reading, Writing, History, Life Sciences, Through the Quran

  • Appreciate How the Quran Is Relevant to Every Aspect of Life and Knowledge

Learning Outcomes for Parents

Parents can expect to learn:

  • How to Make Islamic Homeschool a Reality

  • Practical Tips for Effective Homeschooling

  • Curriculum with Teacher's Guide, Giving You Both the "How" and the "What" of Islamic Homeschool