If you’re having a hard time making your child learn something, whatever that thing may be, there’s a big chance you’re missing one or more key components of learning from your teaching method. Incorporate these three important learning elements when teaching him or her and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how well your kid learns. Those things are: Patience! Show patience to your child when he or she is knew to something. Our brains need time to digest and understand new information and this is even more true for children. If the child feels rushed, they will quickly lose interest […]
Health from the perspective of Islam seems to have been covered by many
Islamic sites. However, in most cases, the effort seems to have been more focused on prevention rather than cure.
For the past year I’ve been thinking about what I would do when my eldest son reaches the age of kindergarten. Although I’ve been technically homeschooling my sons ever since they started talking (like all parents), I’ve always steered away from calling myself a ‘homeschooler.’ There’s just something intimidating about the term. I can’t count how many different materials I’ve read on the subject of homeschooling. While my gut-feeling is telling me that this is the right thing for my children, I’ve been having the fear of what if I fail them? What if I decide to homeschool my children […]
While all stories in the Quran carry amazing lessons for us to learn from, there are some that are easy for even children to understand the underlying message. These stories can be great for children in that it is entertaining, inspiring and a learning experience for them. We all know how reading and telling stories to children is beneficial for them in various ways. The stories from the Quran are excellent because they’re not fictional like most children’s stories and they carry great messages and learning opportunities. Another great benefit to telling your children stories from the Quran is that […]
Whether you are a homeschooling mom or a mom who wants to advance her children’s education, this website is filled with helpful information for young children, from ages three and up. It has free Arabic and English alphabets worksheets, math, flash cards, videos and so much more! In fact I just printed two different Arabic alphabets worksheets for my son who’s three. May Allah reward sister Rahmah, creator of this website for putting together so many helpful and great educational information! Click here to go to the website.
For anyone who is interested in learning more about positive behavior support for children, there’s a free course on this topic by the University of Washington via Edx. I just recently learned about Edx through my sister. After browsing some of their upcoming courses, I saw that they were having this course. I registered for it a while ago. The course started just today. If interested in registering for this free course, I think you will still be able to register for it. Click here to learn or register.