Month: June 2015

iftar with friends

Well I must say, it feels like forever since we’ve met up with our playgroup. So many families moved away, or moms went back to work, or kids went back to school (no longer homeschooled), and our group just fizzled away. But it just so happened that this Ramadan many families came back, were visiting […] Read more…

Ramadan Tote Bags

My eldest made two tote bags this Ramadan inspired by some pins I’ve saved on pinterest. For the first bag she used fabric pastels and a homemade stencil based on a colouring page we printed out, and coloured her design onto a premade canvas tote. And for the second bag she machine sewed a felt […] Read more…

Ramadan makings

We are making…. – Ramadan postcards to send to loved ones. I love these Ramadan stamps, the perfect craft for young and old alike. – Ramadan tote bags, and pillows! – Banana bread- I’ve been having such a huge craving for this lately, and it’s so nice to have after breaking the fast. InshaAllah we’d […] Read more…

On the farm

We met up with some fellow homeschoolers last week for a trip a strawberry picking farm. It is definitely a favourite place of ours to visit this time of the year, and I can remember bringing my eldest when she was a baby. Now she has two sisters to accompany her for hours of fun. […] Read more…

Geography Fair

My eldest participated in a homeschooling Geography Fair this month. The theme of the fair was Africa, and my daughter chose Morocco as her country of study. MashaAllah there were so many amazing tables at the fair, with amazing landscape and architecture models, souvenirs, and ethnic food! Our table was a little sparse, but being […] Read more…

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