Do your children have a bedtime routine? Today’s post is about teaching children to sleep according to the Sunnah. I found a wonderful book this year, Bedtime Sunnah -Emulating the Prophet One Night at a Time by Alia G. Dada Published by Prolance Publications.
Inside: As part of the Islamic Manners for Children Series, We discuss how to teach your child to use their right hand to eat.
As part of the Islamic Manners Series, we are teaching our children the Etiquettes and Rules of Handling the Holy Quran. We also talk about some of the essential manners like ‘reading the Quran without Wudhu’ and the proper way to read.
As part of the Islamic Manners for Children series, we learn about the letter P is for Patience. Patience in Islam is called as Sabr.
Inside: Ramadan Fasting for children, why you shouldn’t let a child Fast before they are the right age, what can go wrong and how to cope. Sample Intermittent Fasting Plan for little children plus a book to help you talk to your child.
As part of the Islamic Manners for Children, we studied the word Kind and learnt about Kindness to Parents in Islam. We talked about what it means and ways to be kind to parents.
Are you looking for Innovative Islamic toys for your children? Today I am reviewing My Salah Mat – an Interactive prayer rug for children that we have fallen in love with. I’d like to talk about how it is helping my children LOVE to pray Salah even without reminding them!
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?