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Ages 2-3 The terrible twos –the period every parent dreads, and makes you wonder how the adorable baby you had a few months ago transformed into this little monster. Tantrums, grandiosity and irrational behavior are all hallmarks of toddlerhood, which has been famously described as the “celebration of me.” At this crucial stage, children are...
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Ages 6-8 Stories are such a huge part of our lives, that they come as naturally as eating to human beings. A story is basically any series of events on a particular topic related by a person to an audience -be it sharing how our day went over dinner, or relaxing with a book or...
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Ages 6-8 Can you think back to your first encounter with learning the Qur’an? I bet it was sometime in your early childhood; around three to five years old. To the average pre-schooler in the beginning stages of Islamic studies, this activity is little more than a performance to roll off weird, melodious words from...
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Ages 6-8 A major feature of societies in all parts of the world are the norms and values they hold dear, which in turn influence their concepts of daily life. These values are usually passed from generation to generation and eventually become the lifeblood of a functional society. In an effort to raise children who...
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6 – 8 Years When we look around us, it’s hard to imagine that there was a time when things weren’t as sophisticated as they are today. An easy example of this point is the comparison between life while we were growing up and that in which our children are now growing in. Can they...
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Science & Craft Our kids are growing up in a new age, in a kind of reality we only dreamt about when we were young or speculated about through watching movies like Back to the Future. They have access to knowledge at their fingertips, manned drones, Virtual Reality partners, virtual voice assistants and humanoids taking...
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9 – 12 years I do a lot of research about different populations and one of the more interesting projects I’ve worked on recently was on Muslim Kids around the world. The world is changing and the new generation of kids are very different from the kids of the previous generation. This seems like an...
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Arabic with Osratouna 2 – 3 Years Muslim kids often struggle to learn Arabic if it is not their first language. The older they get, the harder a new language is to learn. Psychological studies indicate that the earlier you start, the better. Some advocates say that you should expose your baby to new languages...
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madrasah-tv-show-review
(Madrasah TV is suitable for kids with ages 4-12) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader: Clearly, Islam attaches a great importance to knowledge and education. And no doubt, providing a child with formal Islamic education is as important as providing any other form of education. Similarly, to seek knowledge is a sacred duty; it...
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9 – 12 years Assalaamu alaikum parents! Watching this show made me remember my days of being a girl scout. Apart from the ugly blue uniforms, it was a memorable experience. We learnt a lot of useful things, like how to tie knots, make stuff and basically survive in the bush. Pretty useful when you...
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