Online Home Schooling for Moorish Children

Online Home Schooling for Moorish Children

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Islam Im interested in enrolling My daughter in your online school she is 5 years old .I sent you an email please get back to me ! Bliss and Light 💙🌕🌕
Studying Moor Very interested in bringing my 2 children into the movement of enlightenment to truthfully inherit Themselves.Islam
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Islam...I have left a voice mail along with my name and number as well as sent a email to Sister Fatima Bey. I have read over all of the curriculum and the entire website itself moor than once, due to excitement, proudness, happiness and just amazed what you and your team have accomplished and hoping my Na'ila can be a part of your School. she strruggles with reading her and i are not doing to good i can teach other Children, other childrenwant me to home school them but i have the hardest time with my own. i'm not ashame to say i need (HELP). Na'ila has been in special education since kindergarden and this is one of the many reason why my Husband and i have decided to take her out. i will explain moor once i can talk with someone on your staff. This eois eothe best number that i can be reach at (972) 537-7596, and here is my husband's number (469) 464-8811 Peace & Love.
Islam...Sheikess Durriyyah Bey My Name is Noble Yolanda Dickson Bey, And My Family And I Domicile In The State Of Texas Republic. I Have Been trying to get intouch with either you or Sister Fatima, for my nine year old daughter Na'ila Amira Dickson Bey whom i have taking out of the public school the last week of November. To Home School, I was reffer to your School by Sister Melody Bell Bey out here as well in the Texas Republic.
Reading
1. Comprehend & Respond - Students learn to use a variety of strategies to comprehend and respond to a variety of different texts. Lessons include using facts, opinion, developing dictionary competency, and appropriate vocabulary.
2. Grammar - Students learn to apply what they have learned about grammar as they write original compositions. Lessons focus on parts of speech, similes and metaphors, punctuation, double negatives, and spelling rules.
3. Literature - Students learn to respond and comprehend a variety of literature including opinion, nonfiction, biography, poetry and public documents. Lessons include a focus on the elements, style, and characteristics of the various literary genres.
4. Written Communication - Students learn to communicate ideas and information through creative writing for a variety of purposes such as: informing, persuading, influencing, responding, and creating. Lessons include the Writing Process, personal experience writing, and research.
5. Convention of Language - Students will learn the various conventions of language to aid in communicating ideas orally. Lessons will focus on developing the student’s active listening and critical thinking skills in order to enhance understanding. Students learn about oral expressions, diverse vocabulary effective speaking, and listening skills.
6. Vocabulary Exercises- encourage students to identify prefixes and suffixes, using this information to determine the correct meaning of a word. Vocabulary lessons cover synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms.
Math
1. Number Theory and Systems - Teaches how to write numbers up to nine digits, number comparison, standard and expanded form of numbers, and rounding numbers.
2. Addition and Subtraction - Teaches the computation of numbers up to four digits. Lessons also include estimating sums and differences while rounding numbers.
3. Multiplication and Division - Starts with math tutorials. It distinguishes the key components of multiplying several digits and introduces partial products. Lessons also include several practice scenarios for applying what students have learned with multiple digit multiplication. Division with 2 digit divisors is taught in conjunction with averaging numbers.
4. Fractions and Decimals - Teaches relationships between numbers and the various ways of representing fractions and decimals. Lessons include adding and subtracting fractions and decimals.
5. Money - Teaches students how money matters, how to count and make change, using decimals with money, and multiplying and dividing money.
6. Patterns - Introduces students to pictorial and numeric patterns.
7. Algebra - Teaches about addition and subtraction with variables. Lessons cover the associative and commutative properties.
8. Properties of Shapes - Introduces basic geometry and spatial relationships. Students learn how to identify line segments, rays, lines, angles, polygons, and circles.
9. Coordinate Geometry - Teaches ordered pairs, navigational directions, and distance with the coordinate plane.
10. Transformations and Symmetry - Teaches congruence, similarity, transformations, symmetry, and the classification of each.
11. Time - Introduces different ways that time is classified, such as calendar time and clock time. Lessons also teach how to tell time to the 1 and 5 minute intervals, finding elapsed time, and interpreting time schedules.
12. Customary System - Teaches the students how to use the customary systems of measurement to understand the attributes of length, weight, capacity, and temperature and how to apply appropriate measuring techniques. Lessons also cover conversion of measurements.
13. Metric System - Teaches the units of metric measurement and how to convert them.
14. Perimeter, Area & Volume - Teaches how to find perimeter, area, and volume through customary and non customary methods of measurement. Lessons also introduce volume.
15. Display and Interpret Data - Teaches students to recognize data in the form of frequency tables, bar graphs, line graphs, and stem and leaf plots. Students are also taught the different types of statistical measurements such as mean, median, mode, and range.
16. Probability - Teaches reinforces the ideas of certainty and likelihood, combinations, and probability. Students are taught how to calculate probability as a fraction.
17. Problem Solving - Teaches the basics of problem solving using diagrams, charts, lists, and addition and subtraction of equations to solve word problems.
Science
1. Scientific Investigation - Lessons will focus on reasoning strategies as students are asked to conduct a simple experiment by asking a scientific question, stating a hypothesis, listing the procedure, recording the results, and communicating the conclusion. They will learn how to display data using graphs, tables, drawings, and other media.
2. Changes in Matter and Energy - Students will learn about the basic properties of matter and their physical and chemical changes. They will learn how to classify matter, measure heat, describe physical and chemical changes, distinguish between types of change and apply force to an object.
3. Sound - Students will learn the basic principles of sound, identify the basic physical phenomena of sound and learn how to identify musical instruments that create it.
4. Solar System and the Universe - Students learn about the structure of the solar system and the universe. They are taught about the composition and formation of rocks and soil. They learn about the arrangement and movements of planets, meteors, comets and the sun. They are asked to classify each according to size, characteristics, and composition.
5. Living Things - Students learn about the characteristics, structures, and functions of living things and of how living things interact with one another and their environment. They will learn the difference between vertebrates, invertebrates, ecosystems and the basic requirements of life. Students learn about environmental impact and the protection of natural resources.

History
1. Ancient Civilization - Students will review the ancient civilizations ex Egypt, Students will explore their types of writing, mysteries, and wonders
2. Moors - Students will learn about the ancient civilizations of the Moors and other Asiatic nations. They will explore their writing, art, architecture, and government.
3. U. S. Revolutionary Period - Students will learn the history of the United States during the Revolutionary and Early National Periods. Lessons begin with the discovery of America, colonization, wars, important people, and end with a timeline.
4. Geography - Students learn how to explore the world through the use of maps, globes, and atlases. Lessons are taught on how to recognize the different physical features of maps. Students also learn the various land features.
5. United States Civics - Students will learn about the United States political system in historic context and from the standpoint of present-day practice. Students learn from using historical documents such as The Articles of Confederation, The Constitution, and The Bill of Rights, The Declaration of Human Rights, The Declaration of the Rights of The Child etc.
6. Economics - Students will demonstrate an understanding of economics through the study of production, distribution, and consumption. They will learn to differentiate between personal wants and needs, identify sources of revenue for local, state, and federal governments and review the role of economics in today's society.
7. Current Events - Students will examine and analyze current issues and discuss how they might impact present and future life. They will learn how to use public documents to gather information regarding current issues and events, examine possible impacts of a current event, predict possible impacts of a current event on future life and relate a current event to personal life.
Art
Art will provide students with freedom of expression, thought, learning about lines, shape, graphics, animation, drawing, color theory, pastel, and different careers in art
Religion
Religious Education is meant to provide a developmentally appropriate, comprehensive, and systematic presentation of Islamic beliefs so that students will grow in their personal relationship with Allah (Great God), be knowledgeable about their Islamic faith, and integrate these beliefs and traditions into their personal lives. Teaching students about the role of religion in the historical, cultural, literary and social development of the United States and other nations. This should instill understanding, tolerance and respect for a pluralistic society. When discussing religion in this context, religion must be discussed in a neutral, objective, balanced and factual manner. Religion educates students about the principle of religious liberty as one of the fundamental elements of freedom.
Lessons are organized by screen sharing, printable worksheets, quizzes and tests

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Janiya’s Book Club is a component of Janiya’s reading circle. The book club and reading circle are designed to improving the reading skills of readers no matter what level reading the child is at.

Our Mission is to develop the minds of the youth to excellent reading potential.
Our motto is Reading with a Purpose

In the book club, the members get a membership card and a new reading story every two months. Janiya wants to ensure that the readers get to read the books and answer the comprehension questions and the end of the reading. Readers are encouraged to write down questions they may have and be ready for a Janiya reading circle discussion. The Reading Circle will meet every 1st Saturday of the month

We cover six essential reading components

1. Phonemic Awareness:
Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear that a spoken word is made up of a series of discrete sounds. This is not just important in English, but phonemic awareness is critical for any language that has an alphabetic writing system. Phonemic awareness is an important component of a good literacy program for a few reasons:
• Teaching phonemic awareness allows for greater printed word recognition.
• Teaching phonemic awareness teaches children to identify, understand, and manipulate sounds in spoken words.
• Teaching phonemic awareness helps teachers recognize if students will have trouble with reading and spelling.

2. Phonics Instruction:
Phonics instruction is teaching children that specific sounds belong to specific letters and letter patterns. Phonics instructions help children recognize and associate the sounds of the letters and letter patterns in the words they read. Phonics instruction is a vital part of a literacy program for these reasons:
• Phonics instruction helps children decode words by recognizing the sounds that accompany letters and letter patterns.
• Phonics instruction increases fluency by helping children read more accurately and with ease.
• Phonics instruction helps with reading comprehension. When a word is pronounced correctly, it improves the understanding of the word.
• Phonics instruction helps children increase their everyday vocabulary. If children feel comfortable in the correctness of the word that they are saying, they will use it more often.

3. Vocabulary:
Vocabulary can be defined as the knowledge of words and their meanings. The purpose of teaching vocabulary is for children to understand words and to use them to acquire and convey meaning. Vocabulary is an important component of a literacy program because the more words that a child knows and understands the more the child will comprehend when reading. Vocabulary is an important component in a successful literacy program because:
• vocabulary knowledge increases comprehension, which is vital to a child’s ability to do well in school.
• A greater vocabulary increases a child’s ability to read and write with fluency.

4. Fluency:
Fluency is a child’s ability to effortlessly and correctly read, speak, and write English. Fluency in reading should include consistent speed, accuracy, and the use of the proper expression. Fluency is achieved when a child is no longer focusing on how to read. Helping children read fluently is very important to a successful literacy program. Fluency is linked directly to comprehension, and once it is achieved, a student can start focusing on the meaning of what they read.

5. Comprehension:
Comprehension refers to a child’s understanding of what they are reading. This not only includes reading but also what is written. Having students attain comprehension of what they are reading and writing is very important. Comprehension is an important component of an effective literacy program for a few reasons:
• Comprehension is important to success in academic and personal learning.
• Comprehension is important to becoming a productive member of society.
• Comprehension is important in obtaining and maintaining a job and being successful in life.


6. Writing:
Writing is the process of students generating text, whether on paper or on a screen. Some studies suggest that reading and writing are interconnected although they have been taught separately for years. Writing is an important part of a literacy program:
• For younger children, writing helps to reinforce phonemic awareness and phonics instruction.
• For older children, writing can help children understand the kinds of styles of the text they read.
• Writing about what a child has read helps develop their reading comprehension skills.
• Writing and reading strengthen and support each other, actively combining all the other components of a literacy program together.

Readers Information:

Readers Name:______________________ DOB: _______

My Reader resides at:____________________________________________
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Phone number and email the Reader will be using ________________________________________________
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Education Level at the time of joinging: ________________________________

Emergency Contact Information:_____________________________________
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My Reader (s): ____________________________________have permission to join Janiya’s Reading Circle Book Club for the donation of $20.00 a month per Reader.

I/We comprehend that this donation is required by the 1st of every month to keep my Reader enrolled in this program
Donations can be paid at https://02b443a.netsolstores.com/JaniyasReadingCircle.aspx

Parent/Lawful Guardian Signature: ____________________________Date:________________

Parent/Lawful Guardian Signature: ____________________________Date:________________

03/17/2020

For those who missed our Online Schooling for Moorish Children Great Debate. We are posting the recording. What is your opinion are you Pro or Con Post your comments.
1. Should Asiatic History Month be dedicated to the history of one origin of people?

2. Is it appropriate to confine the celebration of Asiatic history to one month, as opposed to integration of Asiatic history into the mainstream educational system throughout the year?

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1. Should Asiatic History Month be dedicated to the history of one origin of people?

2. Is it appropriate to confine the celebration of Asiatic history to one month, as opposed to integration of Asiatic history into the mainstream educational system throughout the year?

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ONLINE SCHOOLING FOR MOORISH CHILDREN
Would like to invite you to our first school- Class Debate.
Date Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
Please Join us from 1-3 pm est on our School conference line Dial-in number (US): (605) 313-5111
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DEBATE TOPICS
1. Should Asiatic History Month be dedicated to the history of one origin of people?

2. Is it appropriate to confine the celebration of Asiatic history to one month, as opposed to the integration of Asiatic history into the mainstream educational system throughout the year?

Judging will be done by NGSKS Taj Tarik Khatib Bey, NGSKS: Durriyyah Bey, Instructor Sister Jahz, Sheik Micha El and MOOR.

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10/19/2019

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06/28/2019

Online Schooling for Moorish is closed for summer vacation and will re open on Monday September 10th 2019. If you would like to enroll your child(ren) in online schooling for Moorish children
Online Schooling for Moorish Children and "Schools for Moorish Children" (est. 1913) are institutions of higher learning to meet the demand for superior education in North America. The first "School for Moorish Children", established in 1913, has been vitally important to the progression of racial and national identity here in North America; specifically for the descendants of North American descents of slaves and freemoors who were labeled as Negros, colored-folks, Black people, and Ethiopians.
As the circumstances of industry and business changed in North America in (1865) and systems of government were altered to fit a more modern world, education of industrial management, technical skills and financial literacy were all required to adjust to the times; wealth of resources and quality of life were not equally distributed among the citizens of the United States (North America). The result of that imbalance of economic security concerning the slave-descendent Negros, colored-folk and Black people was devastating; the end result was a mostly impoverished nation with a lack of self-determination.
"Schools for Moorish Children" is one of the many institutions put in place to change the unfavorable conditions of the branded "Negros" of North America; teaching the importance of racial identity, self-determination, nationhood and financial literacy. Having a useful set of skills, a mind for business and an understanding of nationality are all paramount to the uplifting of a nation. "No other one thing is more needed among us at this time than greater economic, power." - Prophet Noble Drew Ali, Founder.
Online Schooling for Moorish Children is the natural progression of education for this era. With the advancement of technology and machinery, also comes the advancement in the many ways to educate the public. The citizens of North America have always evolved with the changing times; Online Schooling for Moorish Children is no different, changing and evolving to meet the demands for the new era in education. "In this electrified age men are racing into this life without complete knowledge of where they are going, or what the end will be..." - Prophet Noble Drew Ali, Founder.
So we take advantage of this electrified age and introduce Online Schooling for Moorish Children. Go to www.onlineschoolingformoorishchildren.com. visit our face book page at Online Home Schooling for Moorish Children.
If you are interested in signing your child up is $140.00 a month per house hold for 4 children & under for more than 4 children is $25.00 a month for each additional child. You are able to go to onlineschoolingformoorishchildren.com and fill out a permission form, it would be located in enrollment documents under permission forms. After reading our curriculum at the bottom you would fill out the form and email it to [email protected]. We accept children from ages 3yrs to 18 years in our program. It is a 140.00 month per household for up to 4 children. Over 4 children per household it is 25.00 per each additional child.
Once your child (ren) are enrolled all payments are due at the 1st of the month, to ensure the schools needs are met.
All children are required to take a placement test, these test will be given on Saturday August 24th 2019 starting at 1:00 pm est. Parents will need to call for an appointment time and the 1st month tuition must be paid in full by Saturday August17th, 2019. You are able to go to onlineschoolingformoorishchildre.com and make a payment or go to paypal.
School will start on Monday September 9th 2019. These school supplies are on the curriculum paperwork on our website.
Prime Minister will be calling our parents who have turned their applications in to confirm enrollment on Monday September 30th. Please have an accurate phone number for her to reach for all things on time is important. If you desire to schedule a appointment time please indicate by an email to [email protected] and indicate a time on that day.
If you have any other questions, please call us at 410 541-6076.
We want to than all parents in advance for supporting the minds of our children. We are looking forward to serving you.
Lessons are organized by screen sharing, videos, printable worksheets, quizzes and tests
Head Instructor:
Prime Minister NGSKS: Durriyyah Bey

Online Schooling for Moorish is closed for summer vacation and will re open on Monday September 10th 2019. If you would like to enroll your child(ren) in online schooling for Moorish children
Online Schooling for Moorish Children and "Schools for Moorish Children" (est. 1913) are institutions of higher learning to meet the demand for superior education in North America. The first "School for Moorish Children", established in 1913, has been vitally important to the progression of racial and national identity here in North America; specifically for the descendants of North American descents of slaves and freemoors who were labeled as Negros, colored-folks, Black people, and Ethiopians.
As the circumstances of industry and business changed in North America in (1865) and systems of government were altered to fit a more modern world, education of industrial management, technical skills and financial literacy were all required to adjust to the times; wealth of resources and quality of life were not equally distributed among the citizens of the United States (North America). The result of that imbalance of economic security concerning the slave-descendent Negros, colored-folk and Black people was devastating; the end result was a mostly impoverished nation with a lack of self-determination.
"Schools for Moorish Children" is one of the many institutions put in place to change the unfavorable conditions of the branded "Negros" of North America; teaching the importance of racial identity, self-determination, nationhood and financial literacy. Having a useful set of skills, a mind for business and an understanding of nationality are all paramount to the uplifting of a nation. "No other one thing is more needed among us at this time than greater economic, power." - Prophet Noble Drew Ali, Founder.
Online Schooling for Moorish Children is the natural progression of education for this era. With the advancement of technology and machinery, also comes the advancement in the many ways to educate the public. The citizens of North America have always evolved with the changing times; Online Schooling for Moorish Children is no different, changing and evolving to meet the demands for the new era in education. "In this electrified age men are racing into this life without complete knowledge of where they are going, or what the end will be..." - Prophet Noble Drew Ali, Founder.
So we take advantage of this electrified age and introduce Online Schooling for Moorish Children. Go to www.onlineschoolingformoorishchildren.com. visit our face book page at Online Home Schooling for Moorish Children.
If you are interested in signing your child up is $140.00 a month per house hold for 4 children & under for more than 4 children is $25.00 a month for each additional child. You are able to go to onlineschoolingformoorishchildren.com and fill out a permission form, it would be located in enrollment documents under permission forms. After reading our curriculum at the bottom you would fill out the form and email it to [email protected]. We accept children from ages 3yrs to 18 years in our program. It is a 140.00 month per household for up to 4 children. Over 4 children per household it is 25.00 per each additional child.
Once your child (ren) are enrolled all payments are due at the 1st of the month, to ensure the schools needs are met.
All children are required to take a placement test, these test will be given on Saturday August 24th 2019 starting at 1:00 pm est. Parents will need to call for an appointment time and the 1st month tuition must be paid in full by Saturday August17th, 2019. You are able to go to onlineschoolingformoorishchildre.com and make a payment or go to paypal.
School will start on Monday September 9th 2019. These school supplies are on the curriculum paperwork on our website.
Prime Minister will be calling our parents who have turned their applications in to confirm enrollment on Monday September 30th. Please have an accurate phone number for her to reach for all things on time is important. If you desire to schedule a appointment time please indicate by an email to [email protected] and indicate a time on that day.
If you have any other questions, please call us at 410 541-6076.
We want to than all parents in advance for supporting the minds of our children. We are looking forward to serving you.
Lessons are organized by screen sharing, videos, printable worksheets, quizzes and tests
Head Instructor:
Prime Minister NGSKS: Durriyyah Bey

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Belcamp, MD
21017

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 8pm
Tuesday 8am - 8pm
Wednesday 8am - 8pm
Thursday 8am - 8pm
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