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The Boy and the Biggest Statue

By Mizanur Rahman


Hero:
The Prophet Ibraheem (as)

Price:
£5.00 + P&P

Contributes to:
Happy Stage 1 and 2
Key Stage 1 and 2

Story:
The book tells the story of Ibraheem (as) as a young child discovering the oneness of Allah by looking at the stars, moon and the sun and how he then challenged his people and their worship of idols.

Series:
Book 1 of the Qur'an Heroes Series

Further Reading:
This book contains further reading materials at the end of the story including colour pictures of and information about the Ka'bah

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This book contributes to the following subjects of Happy Stage 1 & 2 of the Islamic Curriculum:

History, Mafaheem al Islaamiyyah, Fiqh & Usul and Geography


This book also contributes to the following subjects of Key Stage 1 & 2 of the National Curriculum:

English, History, Science, Citizenship and Religious Education.

This book contributes to Happy Stage 1 and 2 and Key stage 1 and 2
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Contribution to the Happy Stage Islamic Curriculum
 
Happy Stage
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  • Mafaheem Al Islaamiyyah
  • Fiqh & Usul
  • Geography
  • History

HAPPY STAGE 1

  • Recognition of the Creator
    • What is Man?
    • The purpose of man
    • The Afterlife

  • Introducing Gender
    • Father & Mother
    • Relationships between people

  • The concept of families, people, strangers and similar things

HAPPY STAGE 2

Man and his thoughts, ideas and emotions

  • Instincts:
    • Reverence Instinct (Being inferior and the need to worship)
    • Procreation (the desire to be a social being, marry and have children)
  • Thinking
    • Rational based on Sensation and previous information

Man and his relationships with others

  • Relationships between Mankind and Allah

HAPPY STAGE 1

  • Hajj A pilgrimage to Makkah that is performed during the period from the 8th to 13th Dhu'l Hijjah, the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar and is compulsory upon every Muslim at least once in their lifetime if they are capable.

HAPPY STAGE 1

  • Dealing with shapes and names of things e.g. the sun, moon, galaxy etc…

HAPPY STAGE 2

  • Introducing concepts about the night and day as creations of Allah
 

HAPPY STAGE 2

The Development of the Deen in the World

  • The Life of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham)
 
Contribution to the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1
 

National Curriculum
KEY STAGE 1

The elements of the national curriculum are indicated here but are not in the original wording of the National Curriculum.

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*Some aspects of this contribution such as with ICT, requires further reading on this website under our resources/activities page for this title.

  • English
  • Science
  • Other Subjects
  • Optional
English at Key stage 1 of the National Curriculum
Teaching should ensure that work in 'speaking and listening', 'reading' and 'writing' is integrated.

Speaking & Listening

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Listening

This product can be used to practise listening, understanding and responding to others, identifying and responding to sound patterns in language inlcuding alliteration, rhyme, word play.

Speaking

It can also be used to practise telling stories, real and imagined as well as reading aloud and reciting

Listening

Children can listen to adults giving detailed explanations and presentations [for example reading aloud]

Reading

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Reading strategies

This product can be used to practise reading with fluency, accuracy, understanding and enjoyment:

Word recognition and graphic knowledge

This product can be used to practise used to teach phonemic awareness and phonic knowledge to decode and encode words, including the linking of sound and letter patterns, exploring rhyme, alliteration and other sound patterns

Understanding text

This product can be used to practise using grammatical understanding and knowledge of the content and context of texts to decipher new words, confirm or check meaning and to use knowledge of book conventions, structure, sequence and presentational devices

Reading for information

This product can be used to practise using the organisational features of non-fiction texts, including captions, illustrations, contents, index and chapters to find information

Literature

This product can be used to develop understanding poetry, pupils can be taught to identify patterns of rhythm, rhyme and sounds in poems and their effects.

This product can be used to learn about stories and poems from different cultures, stories and poems that are challenging in terms of length or vocabulary and texts where the use of language benefits from being read aloud and reread.

Non-fiction and non-literary texts

This product can be used to make use of print and ICT-based information texts, including those with continuous text and relevant illustrations

Science at Key stage 1 of the National Curriculum
Teaching should ensure that 'scientific enquiry' is taught through contexts taken from the sections on 'life processes and living things', 'materials and their properties' and 'physical processes'.

Life processes and living things

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Life processes

This product can be used to learn about the differences between things that are living and things that have never been alive

Other subjects at Key stage 1 of the National Curriculum
The following are the other mandatory subjects at key stage 1.

History

This product can be used to help pupils learn about people's lives and lifestyles; significant men, women, children and events from the recent and more distant past, including those from both Britain and the wider world. They can listen and respond to these stories and use sources of information to help them ask and answer questions. They can also learn about how the past is different from the present.

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Chronological understanding

This product can be used to practise common words and phrases relating to the passing of time [including, before, after, a long time ago, past].

Knowledge and understanding of events, people and changes in the past

This product can be used to identify differences between ways of life at different times.

Historical enquiry

This product can be used to practise how to find out about the past from a range of sources of information [such as stories, eye-witness accounts, pictures and photographs, historic buildings and the use of ICT-based sources]

This product can be used to learn about the lives of significant men, women and children drawn from the history of Britain and the wider world and past events from the history of Britain and the wider world [for example, events that are commemorated by Muslims worldwide].

ICT*

 

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Finding things out

This product can be used to practise:

gathering information from a variety of sources [for example, people, books and databases]
entering and storing information in a variety of forms [for example, storing information in a prepared database, saving work]
retrieving information that has been stored [for example, using a CD-ROM, loading saved work].

Optional subjects at Key stage 1 of the National Curriculum
The following are the optional subjects at key stage 1 that can be opted out of.

Citizenship

This product can be used to learn about developing as individuals and contributing as members of their communities, building on their experiences. This product can help children learn the basic rules and skills for keeping themselves healthy and safe and for behaving well and taking some responsibility for themselves and their environment, to learn about their own and other people's feelings and to become aware of views, needs and rights of other children and older people.

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Developing confidence and responsibility and making the most of their abilities

This product can be used to recognise what children like and dislike, about what is fair and unfair, and what is right and wrong

Developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people

This product can be used to learn that family and friends should care for each other

Religious Education

This product can be used to practise one principal religion besides christianity; to learn about different beliefs about God and the world, to respond to a range of stories, to learn to recognise that beliefs are expressed in a variety of ways and to use specialist vocabulary.

It can also help to increase understanding of the importance and value of religion and beliefs, especially for other children and their families, develop a sense of wonder about the world using imagination and developing a sense of belonging.

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Learning about religion

This product can be used to explore a range of religious stories and sacred writings and talk about their meanings

Themes

This product can be used to learn about what people believe about God, humanity and the natural world

 
Contribution to the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2
 

National Curriculum
KEY STAGE 2

The elements of the national curriculum are indicated here but are not in the original wording of the National Curriculum.

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  • English
  • Optional
English at Key stage 2 of the National Curriculum
Teaching should ensure that work in 'speaking and listening', 'reading' and 'writing' is integrated.

Reading

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Literature

This product can be used to develop understanding and appreciation of literary texts, by reading stories and poems aloud.

Literature

This product can be used to learn about texts drawn from different of cultures and traditions

Religious Education

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Learning about religion

This product can be used to describe the key aspects of religions, including people, stories and traditions that influence the beliefs and values of others, describe the variety of practices and ways of life in religions and understand how these stem from, and are closely connected with, beliefs and teachings

Themes

This product can be used to learn about what sacred texts and other sources say about God, the world and human life

including worship, pilgrimage and sacred places, about where, how and why people worship, including at particular sites; about the journey of life and death and why some occasions are sacred to believers, and what people think about life after death. It also discusses inspirational people from whom believers find inspiration and what is expected of a person in following a religion or belief

 

 

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