Students Learn The Particles أَنَّ , إِنَّ and أَنْ in Arabic!

The particle inna (ان) is known as an accusative particle because of its effect on the case ending of its subject.

Like the verb kāna (كان), an accusative particle will take a subject and a predicate although with different case endings.

Because of this similarity, these particles are considered to be verb-like.

Students have been learning verbs and particles during their Arabic lessons at Tuition Club

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Study Skills Workshop – How the Brain Works!

Last week in our study skills workshop we learnt about how the brain works. Identifying whether a student is a left- or right-brain thinker can help them work to their strengths. Understanding how memories are formed can also assist the learning process. Join us for our next session tomorrow where we will be learning how to study effectively!

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Tuition Club is Closed Today! – Due to Snowy Weather

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Healthy eating experiences in Geography!

In Geography, some of our home-schooled children have been exploring a Land and Water Map of Arizona. They have discussed that Arizona has deserts and these deserts are hot and dry. They are also sandy and rocky. Arizona has a large canyon which is a deep valley that has steep sides. To help them understand the concept further, tutors have included a food tasting activity which included tasting different types of food eaten in Arizona such as the Pitaya/Pitahaya (the fruit of several different Read more [...]

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Study Skills Workshop – Helping a Child to Study

Last week in our study skills workshop we covered tips on helping a child to study. To successfully assist a student, the helper should adopt a positive attitude, encourage learning together, provide feedback and use a range of teaching methods such as: learning apps, e-learning and online libraries. Our children made posters and explored a range of learning apps that can assist them in their learning. Join us for our next session tomorrow where we will be exploring how the brain works!     Read more [...]

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Creating Mesmerising Marble Paintings in Art & Crafts!

Our home-schooled children have been creating some wonderful abstract work of art focusing on Marble painting. Marbling has been around for over 1000 years, with beautiful examples in ancient Turkish and Japanese texts. It is known as Suminagashi in Japan. Today there are artists who specialise in ancient marbling techniques. This was a fun and easy marble activity that allowed the children to self-direct their learning, while enhancing hand-eye co-ordination. The children got to create Read more [...]

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Club Tuesday – Day 1

A great time was had by all home-schooled children that attended our various clubs on Tuesday Alhamdulillaah. The private sessions have been set up in order to further assist home schooling parents and their children fill in the gaps, as well as giving them the skills to aid them in their studies. The clubs include Phonics & Reading Club, Study Skills Workshop and Kids Arabic Club. Read below to find out what our attendees learnt this week! ✍Children attending the Kids Arabic club revised Read more [...]

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Developing watercolour painting techniques!

Our home-schooled children have been developing a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour and pattern, using watercolours to create a background. Firstly, the children used a small piece of paper to try out the watercolours. Then they used the skills to colour and create a picture of a hot air balloon. From the above activity the children were able to use different techniques to show a range of textures. They were also able to apply the techniques to a given image and identify Read more [...]

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Using Nets to Create 3D Shapes!

Our home-schooled students have been using nets to create 3D Shapes. 3D shapes such as cubes, cuboids and pyramids were made. The children were taught how to recognise, describe and build simple 3D shapes, including making nets. They were shown a cube and cuboid and then given some squared paper on which to make a net which helped them make an identical shape. This activity involved knowing what shapes are needed to make the net and knowledge of how it will all fit together. Children Read more [...]

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Students learn about different types of germs & bacteria!

In Science, our home-schooled children have been learning about different types of germs & bacteria. Germs are tiny organisms. They are so small that they are not visible to the naked eye and can only be seen using a microscope. Many germs are useful and keep our bodies healthy. Some types of germs are even used to make food like bread and cheese, or as medicine like antibiotics. Occasionally, germs can make us feel poorly. Only certain types of germs can have this effect. There are Read more [...]

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