Hajj Lapbook…Updated!

Late posting as usual, masha Allah. I am happy to see so many of you benefit from the lapbook files I posted during Dhul Hijjah, Alhamdulilah!

I finally found a little ( and I mean little) time to post the pics I have of our Tot book. Unfortuately, I was unable to do a lapbook with the older girls, but insha Allah next year and I also hope to have been able to make some new minibooks for it, insha Allah.

This is the main layout of the tot book, as you can see only five items in this lapbook.

This is our Hajj counting pocket

The Hajj Counting cards. Counts numbers 1-10

1  kaba
2  hillocks
stoning pillars
4 animals for dhabh
5 buses to makkah
6 umbrellas for wuquf
7 times around the kaba
8 sleeping bags for muzdalifah
9 muslims in ihram
10 tents in mina

 The file for the Hajj counting: hajj counting

The Dhul Hijjah spelling tabs. You can have your child either use a pencil and trace the letters that spell “Dhul Hijjah” or you can have them just trace with their finger.
Here is the file for the Dhul Hijjah spelling tabs:Dhul Hijjah Spelling Tabs
Animals for Dhabh pocket

The animals for Dhabh cards. Match the picture cards to their shadows.

I look foward to seeing your Hajj lapbooks insha Allah.

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  1. [...] Lapbook – Updated January 20, 2010 — islamicunitstudies http://ummabdulbasir.wordpress.com/2010/01/17/hajj-lapbook-updated/ Posted in Hajj Lapbook, Sample Islamic Lapbooks. Leave a Comment [...]

  2. As salamu alaikum,
    i just loved your blog, Mashallah its so nice and knowledgeable, I m really flattered. Is it possible for you to show the cards all of them, so that i could also try teaching my child.
    I am eagerly waiting to see them.
    Jazakallah Khair.

  3. Assalamualayki,

    I homeschool and I’m always looking for ideas as I’m not creative, I really admire your creativity MashaAllah. I would like to see all your work big and small my daughter and I loved the calendar and my neices. BarakAllahufeeki

  4. Masha Allah, I’m very inspired by your creativity. Jazakillah Khayran for the posts. We’ll make use of them in our homeschool, Insha Allah.

  5. [...] is based on Umm Abdul Basir’s Hajj Lapbook and all the templates for the various minibooks are from her blog, may Allah reward her abundantly [...]

  6. Assalamu’alaykum sis, I’m new to your blog and maasha’Allaah this is lovely! The rest of your blog looks really inspirational too especially as I’ve no creativity myself lol. Jazak’Allaahu khairan for sharing! Could you tell me where you got (or post the link up to) the colouring pic of the ka’ba you have for the cover of the lapbook insha’Allaah? Barak’Allahu feeki

  7. Assalamu alaikom, we’re almost done doing this lapbook but I’d love a printout of the cover. Where can I find it!! Jazaki Allahu khairun.
    UmMusa

  8. Asalamalaykum sis

    Do you have an email add that i can contact you on?

    Sadia

  9. Asalamalaykum

    My name is Sadia Arshad and am an Editor for Little Explorers Magazine.
    Little Explorers Magazine is a bi-monthly children’s Islamic magazine published in the Uk.

    Could you please provide an email address that i can reach you on. I would like to discuss the use of your blogs on our facebook page and a few other matters.

    I look forward to hearing from you inshallah.

    Sadia


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