Arabic Weather Wheel

In working with out Hijri Calendar we have also put together an Arabic weather wheel.

This is similar to our Fasting Day Cycle we did during Ramadan last year and plan on using again this Ramadan, insha Allah.

Here is how it turned out...

I also 'laminated" the weather wheel so it will last us a little longer than normal.

Oh, I think I forgot to mention how I laminated the wheel. I don't yet have a laminator although I have wanted one for soooo long it has not fit our budget just yet, insha Allah one day!

I used clear contact paper to cover the entire wheel as I did with our calendar and numbers too. It does the job, masha Allah.

You can also print this weather wheel over at Islamic Bulletin Boards .

I hope you enjoy making one of your own and putting together a morning circle time in arabic with the little ones too.

Here is what our Arabic wall has started looking like....

Here is what the other side of our classroom looks like for now...

I change this wall up frequently! Right now since my 2 yr old has included himself in our homechool I placed some posters up for him to "busy" himself

Have you shared your classroom environment in your blog?

I would love to see....

I would also like to know if any of you have any new ideas you would like to share or for us over at IBB to help you with. We still have so much in the works and on hold but always looking for more ideas to make your visit at IBB a pleasant one!

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Natalha said...

Assalamu alaykum my dear sister,
baraka Allah fiki for your work. I adapted it and drew my own wheather wheel in Arabic/German. You wanna have a look? Here you are:

wassalam alaykum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

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