Have you started preparing for Ramadan? If you are overwhelmed and wondering where to start, this post is to help you tackle that right now. Let me help you take the stress out of Ramadan!
Dear Muslim Mom to Daughters, I have a book to share with you: Muslim Girl Growing Up: A guide to Puberty by Natalia Nabil. If you have an adolescent daughter in the age group of 9-14 year, I am sure you are wondering how to initiate the conversation about Aunt Flo. Introducing this awesome book:
I am talking about mothering through difficult life situations today. Learning to accept failure and disability takes a big heart. How can you support your child when he is inconsolable? What can you say to him to have faith in God and trust that it is fate?
Are you looking to teach the Hijri Calendar to children? I am sharing a few ways we teach in my home. These are fun ways that include scientific learning, fact finding and a road to discovery for them. We find it easier to remember the Arabic date.
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: 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.
Are you looking for the best islamic toys and books for kids this season?Whether it is Eid shopping or any other time of the year, you may find this list helpful. I have rounded up a list of all the best educational and innovative toys available. Also included are my favorite Islamic books and Islamic…
We just started our Summer vacation today and I cannot wait for Ramadan to begin. We are doing the Kids in the Kitchen – Ramadan series this year.
Did you know that the Muslims give Fitra before they celebrate Eid in Ramadan? Fitra is a gift of an amount of wheat (as food) or equivalent money that is given to the poor or needy. It is obligatory upon every able muslim. Without giving this, their Eid is not complete. Muslims celebrate two Eids…