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 6 – 12 It’s important for kids to explore new ideas and be able to see things from different perspectives.  One of my favourite subjects was Anthropology because it taught me about other people. It was fascinating. Just learning how other people live, the problems they deal with, their daily lives and their ways of...
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2 – 8 Years Parents are always asking when is the right time to teach kids about Islam, Allah, prayers etc. When they are older they want to know how to make kids want to do things instead of being forced to do it. The older kids get , the more difficult it is to get...
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once-upon-a-time-review
(Once Upon A Time is suitable for kids with ages 3-12) Assalamu Alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader: Did you know storytelling is important for your child’s mental growth? That’s right. Stories play a vital role in the growth and development of a child. What’s more: Reading books aloud stimulates their imagination, enhances their listening...
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6 – 12 My son is a very competitive child but, as most kids his age, he can also be very lazy. He won’t do something unless he has to, and he wont try something new unless he feels challenged by it. I have tried to ‘challenge’ him into doing stuff around the house like...
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9 – 12 Years A lot of Muslim parents are choosing to homeschool these days. Many find the regular schools inadequate at meeting their particular needs or some just don’t trust the system. I am embarking on this journey with my child in the near future as well. One of the things that worries me...
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Age 9 – 12 The Muslim Ummah is rich and diverse, with many variations languages, cultures and locations.  Despite being such a widespread population, with pockets of Muslims in many remote locations all over the world, we all have one thing in common — a sense of belonging. No matter who you are, where you come from, how...
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Amani-zhirk-show-review
(Amani & Zhirk Practice show is suitable for kids with ages 4-12) Assalam Alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader. Admit it: How often do you mention Allah? (Praise and Glory be to Him) Do you mention Him when you leave or enter the house? What about when you enter or leave the mosque? Do you mention Him...
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Little kids are very active and they probably need no help when it comes to running and jumping. Developing their gross motor skills through physical activity often comes very naturally to them. Sometimes we need to give them a push when it comes to making sure they develop their fine motor skills. Helping them learn...
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When kids are at home on holidays, they are usually bored and end up plonked in front of the tv with a bowl of unhealthy food in their hands.  Getting off the couch usually involves a trip to the fridge for a refill and, for many parents, holidays at home can end up being more...
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Assalaamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatu!  Islam is one of the only religions that is perfectly compatible with science, since Islam is the truth. Most religions shy away from exploring science but did you know that teaching your children about science nurtures their sense of wonder and helps them understand the world they live in? It also...
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