My Rows and Piles of Coins by Tololwa M. Mollel illustrated by E. B. Lewis is a realistic fiction story from Tanzania. We re-visited this book today as part of the Kids Read the World – Africa series.
I am sharing one of our favorite books today – The Day of Ahmed’s Secret by Florence Parry Heide and Judith Heide Gilliland, illustrated by Ted Lewin. As part of Kids Read the World – Africa, I have chosen this book from Egypt.
Do you know about the Saudi National Day? Find out how we celebrate this day plus we are sharing some Saudi National day art ideas for kids!
Are you ready for summer fun? Here is a free Beach Themed Printable Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten aged children.
My daughter demanded that we make a frog for her teacher. Frog, because they are studying about Frogs. For the teacher because, well… you have to impress your teacher, right? So here is a fun little Origami Frog Craft for kids to try.
Inside: Lots of Abc activities for toddlers and preschoolers including free printable worksheets, art, craft, sensory, Montessori, ABC book themes and even kids lunch box ideas with alphabets.
I’d like to share a children’s book about accepting differences that we have come to love. It is Martin Luther King’s Day on 15th January- a perfect time to talk about rights and diversity. If you have child in grade 1 or higher, then I highly recommend this book about accepting others. It is a…
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.
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,…
If your child has ever set foot on a lift, you need to read this… Have you discussed Elevator Safety Rules with your child? Something scary happened yesterday. My 8yr old son got stuck in the elevator all alone. What was even scarier was the fact that he tried to climb out of it himself. The incident…