3rd grade A


3rd grade A – Samar Mustafa – Samar.Mustafa@icisundayschool.org



Tardy rules for my class

Tardy rules for my class

Alsalam Alakom Dear Parents, 


    I would like to notify you that,in the morning if  you drop off your child late, you  need to go to the office to get a tardy slip.For safety reasons,its not safe for your child to walk through the masjid alone while everyone else is in class. Our class rule that when your child is late,you must go to the office with them to receive the tardy slip then  dropped off your child Please do this every time

 your child comes late, thank you for understanding. 


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Your child need it!

Alsalam Alekom dear parents , please review your child's homework in his or her notebook. If you any questions , please contact me by email or text message.

And if you do not have your child's school supplies, books please get them now.Also,this is the last week to buy the books that is needed for your child .Thank you and JAK

Sr.Samar Mustafa 

Third Grade (A)

ICI Sunday school 

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Your child homework

Alsalam Alekom warahmato Allah wabrakato.

Dear parents, I would like to give you a friendly reminder to work with your child on the Islamic Studies work book. I hope that you can help them find the answers to the questions at the I LOVE ISLAM 3 work book from the text book.

we already work on the TEXT BOOK at school and go over the answers weekly but they have to go over it at home with you too.

Choose any 2 exercise from each chapter to work on with your child as homework and we will go over it in class Inshallah. JAK

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Our books

Our books

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Our curriculum for Third Grade A

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
ICI Sunday School curriculum for Quran, Islamic Studies, and Arabic (2019-2020)
Third Grade A 
Teacher: Samar Mustafa
ALQuran Alkareem:
We will start Inshallah to teach the Third Grade students to recite (Juz Amma), memorize and understands the shorter Surah before the longer Surah. Each surah has different activities, like where the surah Revealed, think and write, activity and some of important vocabulary words. It is a stand-alone learning tool for a specific purpose; to master the understanding of the 30th section of the Quran, which is a widely held goal in Islamic education.
Juz’Amma:30 (volume1)   from Al-fateha to An-Naba
Alqayeda Alnwranya By: Alshikh Noor Mohamed Jeqanee
Islamic Studies:
Inshallah it will bring to light the historic and cultural aspects of Islam. The book covers many Islamic Aspects, manners, stories and faith. My goal as a teacher is to build a strong, honest, faithful Muslim for today and for many years to come Inshallah.
Arabic language:
Read, write and understand:
Students need to Read, pronounce, write and understand the meaning of the Qur’anic language. Teacher discussed with the student the meaning of the word that they worked it together in groups. My goal as a Teacher teach the basic Qur’anic vocabulary and to teach the Arabic script and writing skills. Also I hope to teach the basic Qur’anic concepts in English.
Working in groups: Use flash cards, and scrambled words to match the words with correct meaning.
Writings skills: Practice on hand writing; student need to write the Arabic Vocabulary the right way and notice the difference between the similarities of the letters and words.
Let’s Read and Write Arabic (Book One) 
Qaida Norani book 
Arabic book (orang book)
Samar Mustafa
3rd Grade( A )
Email ​Address:    samar.mustafa@icisundayschool.org

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welcome letter

On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 9:01 AM Samar Mustafa <samar.mustafa@icisundayschool.org> wrote:


Welcome 3rd Graders


Dear Parents and Students, Alsalam Alekom Warahmato Allah Wa Barakato.

Welcome to our 3rd Grade classroom. I am excited about the opportunity to get to know your child and I am looking forward to a happy and productive year Inshallah.

My name is Sister Samar Mustafa and I will be your teacher this year Inshallah. I will post in this letter our Sunday routine, what you should expect from us, what we expect from our students and the rules of our daily classroom.  

Sunday Routine:

9:55-10:10      Assembly in women’s praying area.

10:15-11:15   Quran

11:15-12:00   Arabic

12:00-12:30   Lunch time & Recess

12:30-1:30     Islamic Studies

1:30-2:00       Wadu & Salat (Alzohur)

2:00                 Student dismissal

What you should expect from us:

We will be sending a lesson plan every 6 weeks.

Student will be graded weekly based on their participation, quizzes, conduct and tests.

Progress Reports will be sent home every 6 weeks.


What I should expect from students:

1. Students must be prepared for class (books, Notebook and supplies).

2. Students should respect everyone in the Masjid .

3. Students should respect school properties.

4. Students (boys and girls) need to dress in Islamic way; Girls must wear Hijjab that completely covers their hair and body by wearing long sleeve and skirts. Boys; must wear long pants and Shirts (No Shorts).

5. Homework is always due the following Sunday.

6. Be on time for class, participate, and have good behavior. When a student is being kind or helpful to one another, when will gradually earn points. By earing more points the student will receive a small gift.

7. Be Sure to Respect your Teacher or any Staff Members and we will Respect You! J

8. Students not allowed using any electronics during class.

9. If your child (she/he) had any allergies (food or others), please let me know immediately.

Supplies list:

• 1 Pencil case (it will contain all the student supplies that I will keep it at school for student to use.

• Pencils (#2 or Mechanical are both fine.)

• Sharpener and eraser

• Scissor

• Glue Sticks

• 1 Subject Notebook (Wide Rule)

• Coloring Washable Markers

• Construction Paper

• 1 Pack of Baby Wipes

(Please Write Student’s Name on Their Supplies)


If You Have Any Questions Contact Me at: Samar.Mustafa@icisundayschool.org

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