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  • A Touch of Luxury for Eid with David Charles Childrenswear – Review
    Disclaimer: We received a choice of a dress for the purposes of review from David Charles Childrenswear. All thoughts and opinions are our own. We fell in love with David Charles dresses when we previously received one, so we were happy to hear that they also do an Eid collection. ... read more
    Source: Muslim MummyPublished on 2020-04-02By MuslimMummy
    8 hours ago
  • Homeschool Chat with Gentle Art of Learning
    Traditional education focuses on teaching, not learning. It incorrectly assumes that for every ounce of teaching there is an ounce of learning by those who are taught. However, most of what we learn before, during, and after attending schools is learned without being taught to us…. Most of what ... read more
    Source: Lets Learn MamaPublished on 2020-03-31By ivushka1985
    3 days ago
  • Translation and Explanation of Surah Al-Asr
    Assalamu Allykum, Surah Al-Asr is a Makki Surah which is three verses, fourteen words long. It is believed to be the thirteenth surah revealed to the Prophet SAW, revealed after Al-Inshirah and before Al-Adiyat. It is number hundred and three in the compilation of the Quran. Iman Shafi' said about this Surah, ... read more
    Source: The Momin’s JourneyPublished on 2020-03-29By Saroosh M
    5 days ago
  • Week 13 of 2020 – Project 366
    Sunday Day 82 – 22nd March Not much happening today. Let the girls chill before we started ‘home schooling’ from tomorrow. Girls most of the day watching TV and playing on the Wii. While I cleaned out the conservatory ready for Bee to use the table to do her school work. Monday Day ... read more
    Source: Muslim MummyPublished on 2020-03-28By MuslimMummy
    5 days ago
  • 13 Inspiring examples of Jewish-Muslim solidarity
    With so much in the media about the Israel-Palestinian conflict and Jews and Muslims “not getting on”, it’s always heartwarming to see moments of friendship, love and solidarity across the divides of conflict, religion and ethnicity. Now, for some people, these friendships and collaborations may seem entirely normal. For them, ... read more
    Source: Voice of SalamPublished on 2020-03-27By Elizabeth Arif-Fear
    6 days ago
  • Review: Splash! – a fast paced, nail biting dexterity game
    Disclosure: We received Splash! for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. If you are looking for a fun game for the family to play, then look no further! Splash! is a ‘fast paced, nail biting dexterity game.’ Quick, fun and surprisingly competitive once you start ... read more
    Source: Muslim MummyPublished on 2020-03-26By MuslimMummy
    1 week ago
  • Raising Children With Akhlaaq
    It is very important to teach children about akhlaaq from a very young age. Islam considers children to be an Amanah from Allah جل جلاله, a responsibility which we have been entrusted with. One that we will be questioned  about on the Day of Judgement. Our children will be the ... read more
    Source: Hidden PearlsPublished on 2020-03-26By Fat Cat
    1 week ago
  • Homeschool Chat with Little Homeschool on Prairie
    ” As teachers, parents and caregivers, we become not scientists with microscope and laboratory, but naturalists, who observe life and nature within its element- plain air (outdoors)-like the modern day ethnographer observing children in real life to see how and why they learn as they do.” Jack Beckman Today’s homeschool ... read more
    Source: Lets Learn MamaPublished on 2020-03-24By ivushka1985
    1 week ago
  • Mindset Shift During a Pandemic
      A mindset shift can be SO POWERFUL, especially during times like this. This is the time to turn your negative thoughts into positive ones!   We will all get through this tough time together and become stronger as a community Love and light always, Sumaira Z    <Originally ... read more
    Source: Sumaira ZPublished on 2020-03-22By Sumaira Zaheer
    2 weeks ago
  • Married at seventeen: A story of life in Jewish Poland
    By Roni Roseberg My grandmother, Cecilia, was known by various names—Shesha, Tillie, Ma, and Grammy—attesting to her various roles in life. She was born in Poland, undoubtedly at home, and probably in the same village where she bore my father. But, I’m getting ahead of the story there. Life as ... read more
    Source: Voice of SalamPublished on 2020-03-22By Elizabeth Arif-Fear
    2 weeks ago
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