Eid is a little over a week away and I can start to feel the panic of getting the house ready. Decorating for Ramadan seemed a little easier because I felt like I could do it at a slower pace. However, Eid has crept up on me and I have done nothing but scroll through Pinterest and dream of the things I will do!
To make your life (and my life) easier, I have made a FREE Eid Party Pack for you! It comes with:
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Whether you are celebrating Ramadan today or tomorrow, I wanted to give a Ramadan gift from me to you! If you were at the Ramadan Market in Toronto this weekend you may have see DIY placemats that I designed. The kids absolutely loved it!
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Alhumdolilah this year we have been blessed with such amazing decor options for Ramadan. Ranging from advent calendars to lawn decor from Days of Eid, to banners and party supplies from With a spin. All of these together probably bring the Ramadan spirit to your home for you, but how do you get your kids excited about Ramadan.
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So you know those people you meet with perfect handwriting that make a grocery list look pintrest worthy? Yeah I’m not one of them! Instead, I use this simple hack to make my handwriting look like I’m one of those people
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Before I dive into the activity, I want to talk a little bit about sensory play. So why sensory play? It has a lot of things stacked up against it: it’s messy, it’s dirty, it can take time to set up…and, oh yeah, you have to clean it up!
BUT when you think about a playground, a children’s museum or even a preschool, what is the one thing they all have in common? Most of the time, the feature attraction involves sensory play. It can be a sand box at the playground, the water area at the museum, or the “sensory box” at the school. And kids love it!
So why is it beneficial to use senses when teaching children new skills? Well, Amanda Morgan at Not Just Cute put it really well: Continue reading Sensory Play to Learn Arabic!