‘Penn State Students who thought Hijabs are sexist , try on Hijabs for the first time.
“I see can see how it’s like. It could give you a different perspective , cause you’re not worried so much about yourself and you’re able to look out into the world without as much worrying.
It make me think less about what I look like and I worry less
It’s like it opens up a door to see the world with less concern and less fear .”‘
I really loved this Reflection Journal on Nahjul Balagh! My kids who are 10 and 12 years old went through it with me and we had great discussions on the back of it. It’s a great way to make Imam Ali’s wisdom accessible for the younger ones.
Totally agree with the insights shared in this article!
The para-climber and cancer survivor insping others with disabilities:
Here are some useful resources to help our children learn the recitation of the Quran in fun ways, and which appeal to all the different types of learners!
Here’s one for the Alphabet:
Here’s one for joining letters:
Here is a Quran Bingo game to use to assess the children:
Here is the template to download and use for the Quran Bingo.
And here’s one for the rules of Nun Sukun and Tanween:
Download the template and rules here.
“Regardless of the struggles or the downfalls that you have, there’s going to be light at the end.”
Bilqis Abdul Qaadir talks about why she had to choose her faith over her love for the game: