What does reading the Quran look like to you? When I think back to my childhood, reading the Quran meant sitting in the formal room with my Quran teacher trying very hard to make strange noises for an hour, once a week. I don’t think I had much of a connection to the Quran till very far into my adult life. I want to make sure that is not the case for my daughter. I want her to have a positive and functional relationship with the Quran. But how? Below is the thought process that went behind in developing My First Quran Activity Book.
Do you remember playing telephone as a kid? I was so amazed when I made my first one and it worked! It’s a great way to teach kids about sound waves, or simply have some fun!
Here is a simple way to do a trendy craft that can not only get expensive, but a little dangerous: String Art.
The story of Prophet Ibraheem (AS) isn’t a simple story. It involves doubt, faith, sacrifice and death. None of which are easy concept to explain to a toddler. What’s more, most of these topics open up a can of worms most parents are simply not ready to address! I have a few strategies to help you talk to your kids about it.
I have actually made a cute whiteboard animation to help explain the topic! I would recommend watching this together with your child. It’s less than 2 mins, perfect for those short attention spans.
Eid is around the corner, and if you are like me you haven’t given it a serious thought till now. More importantly, you haven’t found any meaningful gifts for your kids! Well lucky for your and me, Amazon Prime is here to save us! I have compiled a list of 5 Great Eid Gifts, that are all available on Amazon Prime for 2 day shipping!!