Ramadan Mubarrak everyone! It might be quiet for a while (with the pending baby) but I’m still hoping to work on some more loosely put together lessons, crafts and fun learning experiences with the girls during recovery. If I come up with anything interesting – I will make a note of it and share it with you when I get the chance, insha’Allah.
I’m hoping some time in the near future to share some of the reading lists of books that I recommend. While no two people are alike, perhaps it will benefit someone. During pregnancy I have spent most of my time wedged between several books (don’t ask the library how many books I check out at one time!) trying to learn more about homeschooling, methods, materials, learning styles, etc. I have found some favorite books that I have added to my collection and others that were dreadful (but were recommended by others). As I said, no two people are alike! Also, I’ve found some absolutely wonderful children’s books over the years (some recently) that I also want to share with you. I prefer to stay away from books with questionable content – so if that is your goal – the list may be helpful, insha’Allah.
For those of you looking for activities to do to learn more about Ramadan, please check out the following links:
(Sorry if some of the links don’t work on that one – I’ve been so busy I haven’t been able to update the page.)
Here is another excellent resource, masha’Allah:
I would list more, but haven’t had as much time on the computer to compile a list. Insha’Allah this will at least get you started.
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May this Ramadan be a source of blessing and happiness for you and your families.
May our actions and duas be accepted and may we all find ways
to improve ourselves and strive for what is good and right, insha’Allah.
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Sumayyah Umm SAA