Inside: Do you write Monthly Goals? My youngest started school this year. It’s a milestone for me because suddenly, I am at this new season of life plus it is Fall! Here is how I am planning for the new season.
This morning, my 3 year old practiced writing the letter I. We made this very simple ice cream craft. She enjoyed learning the letter as well as matching colors. Along the way we practiced some motor skills too. If you have a little toddler or preschooler, do try it with them.
Happy 1439 Hijri! Wishing you prosperity, health and happiness in the new Islamic year. Do your children have trouble remembering the Islamic Hijri Calendar? I have taught my children to remember the Hijri dates through fun and games. I am sharing them today and hope that you will find them useful.
In this post: I share Simple Hajj activities for children that require minimal to no prior preparation. At the end of the post, find more resources to plan kids activities, crafts as well as recipes, parenting tips and personal stories from other bloggers on Hajj and Eid al Adha. Hajj – the pilgrimage to Makkah,…
Inside: Read the review of the children’s book Surprise by Zaheera Jina.
In this post: Have you ever wondered why Hajj is once in a life time? There are many hardships but definitely lessons that can turn a life around. In this post, I share my Hajj Story. 11years ago… when we performed Hajj. In 2006, I performed my first Hajj (as an adult) with my husband….
In this post: Janbiya is the the traditional dagger that is worn at special occasions by Arab men in the Arabian Peninsula. We share a tutorial for a Janbiya kids craft. Janbiya, Jambiya, khanjar, Khanjara… there are many variations of the name and spellings but it is found in almost all traditions in Arabian Peninsula (UAE,…
In this post: Review of the Muslim Doll Jenna the Quran Teacher. It is a modest Barbie style doll that was launched 4 months ago. Perfect gift for little Muslimahs to look up to.
In this post: I tell you all the reasons why we travel with young kids. I share my personal life stories that changed my out look on family and travel.
In this post: Al Makhwah is 103 km from Al Qunfudhah. It is a small town in Al Bahah province of Saudi Arabia better known for the Shada mountain and the Watch Towers. This rocky mountain is something to see really! You can only enjoy it fully from Al Makhwah as it looms over in…