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Homeschool Lesson Plan Dry Erase Board

I don’t know about you but I’m the type of person that needs to see my week at a glance so that I am fully prepared for each day as it comes up. I have a handy pocket calendar that I use to keep track of events and appointments. But my kids are always asking […] Read more…

10 Easy ways to create an Islamic spirit for children

As I watched my brother and sister-in-law get my two nieces ready for RIS in the morning my heart ached a little. I had no plans of bringing my 4 little ones to the Reviving the Islamic Spirit convention (RIS) this year on my own. I knew that it would be a really challenging and […] Read more…

5 Tips to help your child learn their duas

We all know that duas are the essence of our worship to Allah and that there are many benefits in saying them daily. Some of these benefits include: becoming closer to Allah (swt) and remembering Him often; having each and every du’a answered in some way or form; receiving the protection and blessings from Allah; […] Read more…

Arabic Alphabet Wall Mural

This was a collaborative art mural project that I set up for my 3 girls. It was definitely a lesson in teamwork and there were a few tears, but I love how they learned about the importance of sharing, kindness and patience with their siblings. Supplies: paper pencil tape crayons Step 1: If you don’t […] Read more…

Arabic Number Glitter Rocks

We had collected some smooth rocks by the shore earlier this summer. We weren’t sure what to do with them but I noticed my two preschool girls love to use them for counting. They can both count in English up to 20 or more but I would like to teach them some Arabic as well. […] Read more…