Wahnan Ala Wahn – How to Survive Hardships of Motherhood
Allah calls the initial years of motherhood "WAHNAN ALA WAHN" (hardship upon hardship) in the Quran - basically the era of pregnancy and breastfeeding... Read this brief survival guide in collaboration with *Liamanah* on how to make it through this tough stage of life in shaa Allah...
Ways to Instill Love of Arabic in Kids
4 steps and a list of resources to help instill the love of Arabic in kids from a very young age - to help them learn and understand Qur'an better once they grow up in shaa Allah. More steps in the next part...
10 Activities to Teach Kids Arabic Alphabet Recognition (+FREE Printables)
Teach children Arabic alphabet recognition according to their learning style for the most effective results. Following are 10 activities to do with your kids to know whether they are visual learners, auditory learners or kinesthetic learners. Featuring Thinkernation's beautiful wooden Arabic products for kids.
How to Help Kids Love Allah & Islam (without forcing it on them)
List of resources and steps to help you nurture love of Allah and Islam in young hearts in shaa Allah - without having to force it on them - using their natural disposition in your favor instead of using harsh discipline.
How to Raise Grateful Kids (+ List of Gratitude Activities & Resources to Instill Shukr)
Practical steps on how you can help your kids be grateful and develop a positive mindset with a hopeful perspective on life. Try out any of the Islamic crafts or activities based around the power of alhamdulillah - including #AlhamdulillahForSeries Gratitude Journal, shukr jar, alhamdulillah tree, thankful hands, positive mood board and many more.
How to Raise Better Practicing Muslim Kids
10 effective ways to raise better practicing Muslim kids in shaa Allah. (BONUS: free printable of Qur'anic duas for pious kids & list of music-free Islamic cartoons (English and Arabic) for Muslim children).
7 Self Care Goals for Homeschooling Mums
Self Care Goals for busy mums - 7 practical goals to set on How to take care of yourself when you are taking care of everything and everyone - especially as a homeschooling mum. (or as any exhausted mum out there who could use some self love and care).
Fabric Quiet Book for Muslim Kids – 5 Pillars of Islam
"5 Pillars of Islam" is an Islamic fabric quiet book with 10 interactive pages for helping little Muslims practice and improve their fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, and sensory processing through play. Let your child learn the basic foundation of Islam - its five pillars: Shahada (TAWHEED), Prayers and its various positions (SALAH), Sunnah foods to start or end the fast with (SAWM), the meaning of giving (ZAKAT), and the rites of HAJJ through visual stimulation and tactile sensation.
Finding Hope in Miscarriage as a Muslim
A letter to my sister's stillborn fetus...
30 Crafts Based on Children’s Islamic Books
Muslim kids need representation in the books they read to be able to strengthen their identity and Islamic books to strengthen their faith - so scroll through to find 30 crafts based on 30 Islamic and Muslim books. This can be ideal for Ramadan, but works even when kids are on their school break or after school or when you are looking for ways to add some creativity in your homeschool.