reviews

  • Strong Mothers, Strong Sons

    Strong Mothers, Strong Sons

    When I was pregnant with my first, I really wanted a girl.  But Allah gifted me a boy.  And then two years later, another. Because I did not grow up with a father or brothers, sports, getting dirty, and even changing […]

     
  • Yousuf’s Everyday Adventures

    Yousuf’s Everyday Adventures

    We recently received this awesome book as a gift.  MashaAllah my kids loved it! Especially my three year old who insists we read it almost every night before bed.  As someone who really lacks story telling skills, I enjoyed reading this […]

     
  • The Day the Crayons Quit

    The Day the Crayons Quit

    The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Steffers is super cute book was gifted to the kids by my grandmother.  Each colour in the crayon box takes it’s turn complaining how it is over or […]

     
  • Oh, The Places You’ll Go! – Book Review

    Oh, The Places You’ll Go! – Book Review

    This is for sure a family favourite!  I actually first heard about this book while listening to a motivational speaker address my husbands co-workers.  I then checked it out at the library and fell in love with it.  I bought […]

     
  • Yasmine’s Belly Button

    Yasmine’s Belly Button

    Yasmine’s Belly Button by Asmaa Hussein and illustrated by Charity Russell is an awesome addition to any child’s library!  It delves into the question that all kids have asked at one point or another… Why do we have belly buttons??? […]

     
  • Scream Free Parenting

    Scream Free Parenting

     There are few books that I really read cover to cover.  As much as Id like to be an avid reader, I just cant find the time.  However I do come across books now and then that are worth the […]

     
  • Canadian Curriculum

    Canadian Curriculum

    I have been asked numerous times what books I use with the kids, and to be honest, I not kept consistent with many curricula until recently.  For the last couple years, we have just done selected worksheets from different books […]

     
  • Build a Mesjid

    Build a Mesjid

    The boys got this for an Eid gift and we really enjoy it. Its a cute but simple game that even Ibby is able to play.  You pick up cards while trying to collect the most coins.  There are also […]

     
  • Quranic Opposites

    Quranic Opposites

    My husband bought this from the Learning Roots booth at a congerence a few years ago.  It is really good for building both arabic and english vocab. Share This:

     
  • Wooden Mesjid Blocks

    Wooden Mesjid Blocks

    I bought these blocks today from a fellow homeschooling Mom who has her own business.  MashaAllah the boys really enjoyed playing with them and I love when they enjoy toys like this to get their imagination active = )Check out the […]