This blog aims to be a contribution, an outward reflection of the world, religion, culture, academe, and much more. The posts are meant to be educative, engaging, reflective, but enjoyable at the same time. I want to be a part of a Muslima blogging community where we build each other up through our posts.
There are several categories in this blog: 1000 Aisha, Reflection, and Noteworthy. 1000 Aisha is about Muslimas contributing actively to society. Reflection simply contains contemplations on whatever topics that come to mind. Noteworthy includes recommendations on items, be they books, places, dining, products, etc.
I am a Libyan American who creates art to promote a positive image of Arab and Islamic culture. I have produce Arabic educational products and craft tutorials on my blog to help children learn more about the Arab world. I am also an art teacher at local schools and a storyteller at local libraries.
The ACraftyArab.com is full of fun and educational tutorials, printables, book lists and other resources to learn more about the Arab world. There are articles for children and adults that explore the MENA region of our planet, also called the Middle East and North Africa. Koloud ‘Kay’ Tarapolsi uses her years as an artists and educational background in art history to produce original content. Be sure to stop by and check out the Crafty Ramadan 30 Day Challenge, on it’s 6th year.
A blog about a mother’s journey throughout homeschooling, reviewing children’s books, and providing parenting tips. A Ducktrinor Mom is a mother who follows a madhab (an Islamic doctrine) to teach the deen to her son. Which madhab? Take a guess ;). Why? Because all the doctrines are somewhat related and the differences between them are relatively small.
The blog started out originally as “diary of a Muslim home-school” back in March 2011.
What started as the documentation of personal experiences from a home educator more than 6 years ago, has evolved into a means to share educational resources and articles relating to education and Muslim family life.
Following this new direction, the blog was re-launched under the name A Muslim Home School, a year or so later, reflecting a less personal story per se and focusing instead on sharing resources, learning ideas and musings around home education and family.
You will find free educational and planning printables, children’s projects that might inspire, as well as articles and reflections around home schooling, parenting and family.
I felt there was a lack of suitable resources to use with my children, particularly Islamic material that was of good quality and authentic. I found that producing what I needed gave me exactly what I wanted…and cheap!
The resources and articles shared, are for the most part, things which I have done, used or created for my own children, which perhaps will be of use to others also inshallah.
This is Adiba Anwar a teacher /a mom and a writer of children stories and articles about parenting and homeschooling guide and tips.You can find teaching methods, free printable, crafts for children and free educational resources with videos on my blog.
Alizehmysoul is a space where i pendown my experiences on our day to day life. how she made me to care about each and everything almighty has given us. I am a first time mom and leading a simple life where i am trying to use the minimal resources. I do follow breastfeeding, babywearing, clothdiapering and in short attachment parenting technique . Al hamdulilah allah has given an opportunity to deal with this in a smooth way.
This blog is a platform that I will use to combine all of my hobbies and passions. Among them are cooking, graphic design, writing, teaching, reading and reflecting on life.
My name is Ayesha Khan and I am a student working on my Software Engineering degree. I’m a huge fan of structure and simplicity in both design and code. I write about my career in tech, makeup, and healthy lifestyle.
by breharne is a blog I created to share the good, bad and ugly of all things mum life. You will find post relating to parenting, travelling with children, education and lifestyle topics.
DeenplusBook is a blog dedicated for Islamic Book Reviews, Challenges, Discussions, Tags, Islamic Reminders, and many more.
Life completely changes with a child! It becomes a lot more chaotic but so much fun, and fulfilling. In my blog, I speak about topics that are important to me as a parents, ans I try and understand how different parents make different decisions as well. Our life – be it our travels,, our adventure, our arts and crafts, I try and highlight a little bit of everyting!
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING was founded by Papatia Feauxzar in May 2013. Djarabi means Love in Mandinga, her ancestral tribe.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING therefore promotes love books and books that promote justice, freedom of speech, peace and understanding in the community.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING is now a leader in publishing books written by Muslims for both a religious and mainstream audience.
Every Saturday, I come up with a new topic relating to Islam to write about
This is your one stop for Islamic parenting guide and educational activities. Let me help you to nurture your child.
This is the teaching blog of Jameela Ho, mother to teenagers and teacher to young children. Jameela has produced many books, programs and printables to help teach children. Get free printables and the free Teaching Techniques ebook to easily teach your child on this blog.
Umme Hafsa is a life coach, blogger, self-love advocate and alimiyyah graduate. Her mission is to inspire Muslim women to create a beautiful life, infused with love, fiercely igniting their soul to manifest their wildest dreams.
On Jeddah Mom, Aysh Siddiqua helps muslim mothers find joy in motherhood while still being creative, confident and uniquely themselves. She writes about parenting positively, saving time and then using that time to do what you love doing the most.
I’m Kendra, an American revert that accepted a teaching job in Saudi Arabia on a whim and moved without a second thought. You can read about my adventures as an expat in the Middle East on my blog.
Mostly these are my own writings that consist of short stories on various themes and poetry. Apart from that, I talk about the events I attend and issues I have strong opinions about.
I have recently (not that recently) started a series called Zoe Chronicles. These chronicles are mostly true stories of incidents that have happened with me.
Soon, there will be entries on Travel on the blog as well.
Mamateachesme is our homeschooling blog. As a former primary school teacher turned homeschooling mama, I want to document what we do to help others and motivate them to get started or continue with homeschooling. Our homeschooling journey takes place in the blessed city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. I also run a private nursery in my home which features a lot through our homelearning.
Middle Way Mom supports mothers in their homeschooling journey with tips and tricks, thoughts on parenting, great resources, and honest musings on the struggles of daily life as a homeschooling mom.
Salaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatuAllah! My name is Sirad and I’m a picture book enthusiast and an early childhood researcher. On Muslim KidLit, you will find book reviews, and articles on books, education, and children’s language and literacy development.
Motivational & Inspiring articles from everyday life with an Islamic Perspective. To help build positive individuals, families and communities to make the world a beautiful place & strive for the best in Deen, Dunya & Aakhirah.
A blog that shares about sewing tutorial, embroidery, crafting and any DIY project
Raising my most precious amanah//Musings of a home-educating mama
Reflections|♡|Qur’aan|♡|Life Lessons|♡|Parenting Journey|♡|Homeschooling
A blog about self-discovery, awareness and positivity. Letting go of the negativity and bad vibes allowing each other to grow stronger together. A Muslim social media influencer for the younger generation.
A large portion of my life, almost 10 years, has been spent studying and teaching Psychology. During that period, I became a wife and a mother to three wonderful kids. Those years allowed me to reflect on where my life was headed and what I really wanted to do. Art and design have always been inspirational to me. Hence, I have officially enrolled back in school for my degree in interior design. I am currently a student at the New York Institute of Art and Design. This blog is my new creative outlet; welcome to my current world of inspiration, creation and reflection. My hope is to spread inspiration and motivation for others and myself as I journey on this new adventure.
You can find out more about me and my work at my facebook page: Rand4Design: Inspiration, Creation, Reflection
Also get a glimpse of my art work and inspirational photos at my Instagram page: @ randeljarrah
“There is always a room to be a better person. Always.”
Farzana Rijas is a Homoeopathic physician by profession currently pursuing her passion for writing. She blogs about her reflections on life, Islam, health along with some recipes to treasure and book reviews and more. She likes to learn and share everything that inspires to live a productive life.
Literacy is so important and Usborne Books & More offers so many ways to make quality books available to children and their families. As our Mission Statement reflects, “The future of our world depends on the education of our children. We deliver educational excellence one book at a time. We provide economic opportunity while fostering strong family values. We touch the lives of children for a lifetime.”
Throughout the dozens of conversations I’ve had with women in the past few months, there has been one common theme in all of their stories; their struggle. I hope to bring stories of women like my grandmother, who have lived lives worth documenting. Women who have fought their battles with grace. Through their narratives, I hope to cultivate in us the habit of resilience rather than that of defeat.
Sameera Hameed has a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. And is now pursuing her dream course, bi ithnillah, Ta’lim al Quran from Farhat Hashmi’s AlHuda institute. All her aim in writing is, to help connect people to the most beautiful connection- With their Rabb, the Creator, the One and Only. And to live with His beautiful words- the Quran.
Welcome to my small world filled with children, culture and photography. This blog is mainly based around my experiences of being a young Muslimah overcoming boundaries to build an identity while also working as an Early Years Teacher.
Here you will find tools and resources to learn the Word to Word study of the Quran in English,
Arabic, Grammar, Tafseer, Dua’s, Tajweed. Free handouts to download to aid in your studies.
Lessons to follow and Online Quizzes to take and more.
The Momin’s Journey is a blog started by a self-motivated young individual who aspires to gain knowledge of the Quran and Sunnah. Through this blog, she will learn and spread the knowledge she has gained to improve herself and her readers,
I home educate my five children ages 13, 11, 8, 5 & 2 who have never been to school.
BA(hons) English Language & Literature
Follow us on Instagram @theworldistheirclassroom
Sharing my own recipes, seeking out the best offers & deals around town, reviewing eateries for their accessibility, friendliness and of course thriftiness!
Sharing tried and tested parenting hacks, Getting crafty and also sharing some home learning techniques for the little ones!
From “Kitchen Diaries” to “Tips on dealing with in laws” to “Poetry” – my blog is a khichdi (a dish) but with spices. I use my blog as a platform to share my opinions. Any topic that interests me or any thought that irritates me or any subject that is shushed away under the rug – makes its way to my blog. While I hold not much in terms of secular education, life and it’s experiences have made me who I am today.