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2 – 3 Year Old Last weekend we were babysitting a two year old. I almost forgot what it was like to have a little person that age running around the house. Well, they are full of energy and are constantly up to something. They want to touch everything and get bored very easily. I...
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leo-the-truck-show-review
(Leo the truck is suitable for kids with ages 2-5) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. Here’s the thing: When kids see their favorite characters engaged in fun learning games, they want to play too. Additionally, If you have a child who loves challenges – you can create riddles or puzzles for them to find answers...
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9 – 12 years We have been having a lot of conversations about my decision to homeschool my son. People are skeptical and most think that I should just leave my trust in the education system, because that’s what they are there for right? What is educating our children about? Sure, we want them to...
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salman-and-aishas-adventures-3
(Salman & Aisha is suitable for kids with ages 2-12) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. No doubt, children are one of the greatest blessings in one’s life. Every single being, every single child, is a reward and blessing. In fact, your greatest contribution to the world may not be something you do but someone...
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ummi-show-review
(Ummi is suitable for kids with ages 2-12) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. Admit it: At some point in your life… …you’ve  probably wondered how you are going to raise your first child to have good manners or simply practice some basic Islamic morals and values. Either way: Being a good parent is no...
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Kitn'Kat-show-review
(Kit n’ Kate is suitable for kids with ages 2-8) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader: Seriously, how do you cope with your child growing up? It can be very difficult for parents to watch their children grow, and often, it seems like our kids go from cute little babies to moody teenagers to independent...
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Qumi-Qumi-Show-Review
(Qumi Qumi is suitable for kids with ages 8-12) Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. Look: As your kids grow into pre-teens and teens… …you can share puns and jokes with them as their sense of humor grows more sophisticated, worldly and exciting. Additionally, kids with a well-developed sense of humor are happier and more...
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Quran & Arabic Assalaamu alaikum everyone. I have been having such a hard time finding tajweed teachers for my son recently and have resorted to using online means of getting him tutored. I must say, it has been more convenient, but I wish I had started earlier instead of trying to make him unlearn the...
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Songs & Nasheeds Kids today are very easily corrupted. It’s not that they are any different from previous generations, it’s just that these days our kids are bombarded by the media that tries to subvert them at every possible opportunity. While you may be monitoring what your kids are watching on television and mobile, you...
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aqil-story-show-review
(Aqil’s Story is suitable for kids with ages 6-12) Assalam Alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. Think about this for a moment: Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to teach your kid basic Islamic values in a more fun, entertaining way? It is our duty and obligation as parents to expose our kids...
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