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Discover fun and educational activities for Muslim kids that promote learning and engagement. Explore ideas to keep your children entertained while instilling important values and teachings.
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19 Islamic Art Crafts, Activities, and Printables for Kids - My Modest Mama

Due to the current pandemic, many play centres and playgrounds have shut, play dates are a no-no, schools and madressas are closed in certain countries, and even going to a relatives house is off the list. So keeping the kids entertained at home is perhaps close to impossible whilst you get work or household chores […]

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Preschool Learning at Home + FREE GUIDE - Muslim Homeschooling Resources

This week on Raising Mums, a Live broadcast on the Our Muslim Homeschool Facebook and Instagram accounts, we were discussing "Preschool Learning at Home". I've also created a Preschool Learning Guide for you to use at home with your children. It has been adapted from the Early Years Statutory Framework, the curriculum used in the UK nurseries and schools

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30 Ramadan Crafts for Kids Based on Muslim Books | AYEINA

Muslim kids need representation in the books they read to be able to strengthen their identity and Islamic books to strengthen their faith - so scroll through to find 30 crafts based on 30 Islamic and Muslim books. This can be ideal for Ramadan, but works even when kids are on their school break or after school or when you are looking for ways to add some creativity in your homeschool.

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