Muslims In Our Community and Around the World, aims to cultivate an understanding that Muslims everywhere practice Islam in similar ways, and that they need communities to help them follow Islam. Corollary to this understanding is the concept that Muslims bear the responsibility to develop their community. It’s How did Islamic science help Europe? What do the great Muslim cities of Timbuktu, Samarkand and Baghdad have in common? How is Eid celebrated in different parts of the world? Now young people have a chance to learn the answers to these questions, thanks to this exceptional learning program. This complete grade K to 6 instructional guides are suitable for teaching Social and Islamic studies in Muslim schools (including home schools), and for presenting Islamic history in public schools. Areas of education covered are: values education, community studies, multicultural history, and geography and world history.
These books cover a variety of topics such as:
Grade K: I Am a Muslim: A Modern Storybook.
Grade 1: Eid Mubarak, Islamic Celebrations around the World.
Grade 2: Muslims in Our Community and Around the World.