August 29, 2011

About: Habeebee Homeschooling

As salaamu alaykum and Peace

A little about us at Habeebee Homeschooling

Habeebee (Beloved) Homeschooling, consist of two parents Ameer Idris, and myself, Ameera Rahim. Habeebee is how we feel about our children and homeschooling, they are both beloved to us and so the term Habeebee Homeschooling applies in two ways.  


Alhamdulilah we officially starting sharing our journey publicly in 2010 but we have been homeschooling for 4 years mashaAllah

Our approach is hands on learning and early education. We love teaching our children in fun and exciting ways and learning through other various resources. We use great project ideas to make our homeschooling fun, informative, and memorable.

Ameera: A mom of four resides in NY she often contributes articles on Muslimas Oasis website and loves to write about homeschooling, being a mom, and parenting. She is originally a Maryland native but moved to the big apple once she married, and has been in NY for 5 years.  Ameera is an advocate of early literacy, early education, and being hands on in your child’s learning.

Ameer Idris: The team leader, supporter and homeschooling Abi, he has studied overseas with various scholars such as Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Imam Zaid, Imam Siraj, Shaykh Muhammad Yaqoobi and others. Born and raised in Brooklyn Ameer Idris has traveled and lived through out the world, having been to Morroco, Japan, Medinah and so on. He is an advocate of homeschooling and being part of it

You can always connect with us on twitter: @habeebeehs



In the near future we will be sharing a few of our products that we have been working on to help homeschooling families inshaAllah.

August 27, 2011

Warning: Message To Our Readers

As salaamu alaykum,

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery, so maybe we should be flattered to find another blog using our name and work on blogspot. While we do appreciate everyone sharing our children’s work and our articles we would appreciate it as well that you link back to the original source of the work and also not use our photos without permission.  We put a lot of heart time and love into sharing our joys of homeschooling with you all.  


Habeebee Homeschooling is NOT affiliated with the following blog:

WE DO NOT WORK WITH the owner of said blog nor do they have our permission to use the name and content from our blog here on wordpress. We are informing our readers that our blog is and not at blogspot.  The content they post on blogspot  is not in relation to us, unless they are using our content in which we will ask them to remove it due to copyright violation.  We used to be at blogspot months ago before we made the change to wordpress. This is our new home.

For a moment we were thinking of closing the blog and for a few days and we did. Several friends, bloggers, and followers of the blog emailed and gave encouraging words to open the blog again as many parents have benefited and look forward to the updates. We appreciate the feedback and we say to all of you thanks for supporting us, sharing with us, and growing with us.

October 20, 2014

Traveling Homeschooling Family- Pictures

Just  few photos from our trip 🙂 inshaAllah will dd some on the next post

Enjoy… the children are having a good time and learning as we go nychsnychs2nychs3nychs4nychs5nychs6nychs7nychs8nychs9

February 21, 2013

Memorizing Matching Game

matchingame A pack of cards from the dollar store and cardboard you will have a great matching game!

The children had to name the letter on the yellow box, flip the card over and then name the letter on another yellow box and do the same, if it was a match they could keep it, if not they had to put it back and remember later where the pictures were.

A great way to teach several lessons:

Letter recognition
Names Of Objects

With a pack of cards you can change up the pictures several times.
You can also change the cards and do this with matching Arabic letters or english alphabet if you want to practice memorizing arabic letters and numbers and english letter recognition




February 21, 2013

Circular Journal Writing

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Today we worked with circulars. Okay circulars are cool for several reasons. One you can teach about money, name different foods, and practice reading skills.

Also this was a good way to practice cutting skills.  homeschoolideas 016The boys enjoyed cutting out the foods they wanted to get from the grocery store and glued them in the books. For our oldest son after he put them in his book, he practiced writing by looking at the names of the items and wrote it out next to the picture. homeschoolideas 018For extra fun the next time you go to the grocery store allow children to spot the items on their list and even name the numbers to teach how much foods cost. a great way to teach number recognition.

We talked about health foods too.

So much fun you can do and learn from the grocery store circular

February 21, 2013

Clothespin Matching

homeschoolideas Alhamdulilah we ha a fun time matching our clothespins with the cards. We also raced each other to see who could finish their cards first.

Clothes pins came from the dollar store, and you can write on both sides of the clothes pin

homeschoolideas 003 We put them away in our bucket so we can have them for another day.


Lessons to learn: Letter identification
Alphabetical Order
Upper and Lowercase Letter

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We also did team work to complete the cards! Pretty fun, affordable and a great way to teach several concepts. we also made some of the letters different colors so the children can also name the colors.

January 22, 2013

Boys And Cars

Guest Post By: Hafsa Taher

Boys and Cars. Two words that go together like peanut butter and jam. My nephew turned two recently, and given his love for anything that rolls, I decided to work on one for him. Oh, did I mention I had a helper? My niece who’s 5 yrs old.

I came across this awesome tutorial on Pinterest, so we got working. And here’s our end result:



You’ll need:
  • Tissue tubes
  • Paint
  • A lid of some sort to trace the wheels
  • 4 brads per car
  1. Start by painting the tissue tube
  2. cut out the wheels and paint them black
  3. stick your wheels using brad
  4. And don’t forget to seat your drivers in! 😉
Here’s the original tutorial I had found on Pinterest:
P.S: If you liked this craft idea, consider sharing it with others. Because sharing is caring 🙂

Hafsa Taher is the founder of – Her motto is “Pray, Love, Craft”. When she is not crafting or playing with her niece and nephew, she is Pinterest-ing and day dreaming about her next DIY! Check out her website here: