It's been so long!
Sooo excited for this year's performance of Seerah Trail! Mashallah for those who remember, the homeschooled kids from Understanding Islam Academy Canada did a play last year and it was a hit! They're back again with a bigger and better performance inshaAllah.
Mark Friday, March 3, 2017 @ 7 pm. BOOK YOUR SPOT TODAY! www.SeerahTrail.com
New interview up on the blog! Shehnaz is a mother of three who has a background in geography, professional writing along with a teaching degree. Her and her family are greatly involved in Understanding Islam Academy Canada which hosts and supports the homeschooling community. Enjoy
New interview with Natalie from The Discovery Playground. She is currently working towards her ECE, while running an at home, play based preschool program, and homeschooling her four children! MashaAllah!
There. I said it. I'm not always as sure of myself as I may make myself seem.
Back on the blog with a new interview from an inspirational mom of five (including twins!) who speaks primarily fusha arabic at home, despite being an non native arab. Enjoy!!!
A little late, but wanted to share this idea
Another interview with another homeschooling superstar mashaAllah. Check it out - mother of six, author of Henrietta Gee, and someone who gives a valuable tip on how to cope with noisy kids
Alhamdulilah back on the blog with the newest interview with three of the admins from the much spoken about Toronto Muslim Homeschoolers.
A little off topic but, here is part two of the convert series Ive been writing for ISNA Lanterns magazine. Please share your thoughts Please tag any converts in your life in the comments
Here's a puzzle. Finnish children spend comparatively little time at school, don't get homework and yet receive one of the best educations in the world. Curious? Watch how the Finns did it in this clip from Michael Moore's compelling documentary film 'Where To Invade Next?'
"Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself. They come through you, but not from you. You may give them your love, but not your thoughts - for they have their own thoughts.You may house their bodies, but not their souls. For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit- not even in your dreams." -Khalil Gibran