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Learning the Arabic Alphabet

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Free Toddlers Arabic curriculum!!! 

https://ummassadhomeschool.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/my-first-arabic-curriculum-updates.pdf

Educational Arabic Videos for kids – no music 

This youtube channel has videos for a variety of ages. As far as I have seen there are no videos with music and for those against the cartoon images of people present – there are quite a few videos with cartoon images which do not try to recreate what Allah has created (although I personally … Continue reading

The non-toxic toy challenge: a review on how to make plastic toys less toxic. 

Short answer: Self-adhesive felt.  (Having looked at my son’s growing boxes of lego, I never put this into practice, but for those who’s kids don’t regularly play with such miniscule plastic toys- this may be of use…. Due to necessity- I eventually decided, plastic all the way!)  Since reading about the link between some plastic … Continue reading

Cute wooden Arabic numbers puzzle… 

   Bought this for £3 from an Islamic book shop in Manchester (next to worldwide for any interested Mancunians out there).  They have a website on the top left hand corner – not checked that out so I’m not endorsing any of their other products, have no idea what they’re about- but this game is … Continue reading

Fine Motor Activities for Kids 

http://www.montessorinature.com/2015/05/montessori-fine-motor-activities.html?m=1   

Aniconic Animals on felt collage

Ages 3+ but my 2 yr old is enjoying this right now. They have a collection of themes in Aldi and most animals are without eyes – which saves the hassle of drawing sunglasses on them…   

Baby Bedroom Art Gallery

These are some photos I’ve collected that I want featured interchangeably on my baby’s bedroom wall. Sounds pretentious as anything, but I know he will love them. 

Beautiful idea for a child’s bedroom. 

Found this on Pinterest by Jacquelyn Portolese. Stunning – I love it. So simple but will make such a difference for a child’s life.    

Easy way to cover eyes on books… 

I tried stickers and markers and I found that either they weren’t baby proof or didn’t do the job properly – so finally bought a paintbrush and some black acrylic. Easy.