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Islamic Studies

❖ In Islamic Studies, elementary school students are introduced to the fundamental beliefs, practices, and ethics of Islam.
❖ They learn about the Five Pillars of Islam, the significance of prayer, fasting, charity, and pilgrimage, as well as the importance of morality and good character.
❖ Students also explore stories of prophets and companions, Islamic holidays and celebrations, and the basic principles of living as a practicing Muslim.

Quran Studies

❖ Quran Studies focuses on developing students' relationship with the Quran, the holy book of Islam.
❖ Elementary students learn to recite verses from the Quran with proper pronunciation and learn the basics of Tajweed (rules of Quranic recitation).
❖ They also begin to memorize short chapters (Surahs) and understand their meanings.
❖ Through engaging activities and stories, students develop an appreciation for the beauty and guidance found in the Quran.

Islamic History

❖ Islamic History introduces elementary students to key events, figures, and civilizations in Islamic history.
❖ They learn about the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the early Muslim community, and the expansion of Islam.
❖ Students explore significant battles, conquests, and developments in Islamic civilization, as well as the contributions of Muslim scholars, scientists, and leaders.
❖ Through stories and visuals, students develop a sense of pride in their Islamic heritage and an understanding of its global impact.

Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)

❖ Fiqh for elementary students focuses on practical aspects of Islamic law that are relevant to their daily lives.
❖ They learn basic rules and etiquettes of prayer, purification, and fasting, as well as simple guidelines for interactions with family, friends, and the community.
❖ Through age-appropriate discussions and activities, students develop an understanding of their responsibilities as Muslims and learn to apply Islamic teachings in their behavior and decision-making.


❖ Mathematics at the elementary level introduces students to foundational concepts such as numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
❖ Students learn basic arithmetic skills, including counting, place value, and simple problem-solving.
❖ They also explore introductory concepts in geometry, measurement, and data analysis, laying the groundwork for more advanced mathematical concepts in later grades.

Language Arts

❖ Language Arts encompasses various aspects of language and literacy, including reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
❖ Students develop phonemic awareness, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency through reading instruction.
❖ They also learn grammar, punctuation, and spelling rules to enhance their writing skills.
❖ Additionally, students engage in oral presentations, discussions, and activities to strengthen their communication skills.


❖ Elementary science introduces students to the scientific method and basic principles of scientific inquiry.
❖ They explore topics such as plants, animals, earth science, and physical science through hands-on experiments, observations, and investigations.
❖ Students develop critical thinking skills as they make observations, ask questions, and draw conclusions based on evidence.

Social Studies

❖ Social Studies at the elementary level focuses on building students' understanding of history, geography, civics, and culture.
❖ Students learn about different cultures, communities, and historical events through stories, maps, timelines, and interactive activities.
❖ They explore concepts such as citizenship, government, community, and diversity to develop a sense of social responsibility and global awareness.

Physical Education

❖ Physical Education promotes physical fitness, motor skills development, and healthy living habits.
❖ Students engage in a variety of physical activities, games, and exercises to improve strength, coordination, flexibility, and cardiovascular health.
❖ They also learn sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership skills through participation in team sports and cooperative activities.


❖ Elementary Technology introduces students to basic computational thinking and digital literacy skills.
❖ They learn to use computers, software applications, and digital tools for communication, research, and problem-solving.
❖ Students also explore coding concepts through age-appropriate activities and games to develop foundational skills in computer programming.


❖ In Ontario elementary schools, French as a Second Language is offered as a core subject for students to develop proficiency in French communication skills.
❖ Students learn to communicate in French through listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities.
❖ The curriculum focuses on building vocabulary, grammar, and language structures.

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