Read Aloud List

As a Muslim homeschooler, it’s a little difficult to find read alouds that are align with Islamic values, but there are options. So I’ve decided to dedicate this post on the blog with the aim to share some read alouds that are non-fiction.  I have listed several books that we have on our reading list […]

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WEEKLY BATCH COOK GUIDE 1 + RECIPE BINDER NOW AVAILABLE!

Asalamu’alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies, It’s FINALLY HERE! The firstly weekly batch cook guide to finally help you manage your cooking so you can focus on the more important things! I have struggled with managing my home alongside homeschooling and juggling everything else.  And though I decluttered, organised and meal planned weekly, I still […]

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Free Positive Affirmations Print for the Muslim Child!

Asalamu’alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu sis, how are you? It’s lovely to hear that you liked your positive affirmations print especially made for us homeschool mothers (if you haven’t already, sign up to the mailing list and you’ll receive your free print in your inbox straight away!) And several of you asked if there was […]

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Byzantine Empire Unit Study with Lapbook and Notes

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, a few weeks ago, I covered the Byzantine Empire with my almost ten-year-old (six-year-old joined in too). We did this before the recent decision of the Hagia Sophia being turned into a masjid again (Great Mosque of Ayasofya).  I actually lost my notes so didn’t upload at the time but I have retyped […]

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Dhul Hijjah Good Deeds Cards

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, the blessed days of Dhul-Hijjah are almost upon us alhamdulillah.  Last year, after a thorough deep clean, I made a simple banner for the kids to encourage them in extra acts of worship.  This year, I made a digital version which we will be using, and you can also use in your home […]

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Spicy Chicken Tikka Pasta Sauce Recipe

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, I hope you are well. I’ve been meaning to post this recipe for a while as its one I cook often, is quick (so great for days you don’t have much time), and is also easily frozen. Its a spicy creamy chicken tikka pasta sauce with spinach that uses simple ingredients but tastes […]

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Have you ever felt resentful of your decision to homeschool?

Asalamu’alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies,  I hope you are all in the best of health and emaan. It’s been a while since I’ve managed to sit and write a blog post.  Life has been busy as I’m sure it has been for you.  You may have noticed that the blog has gone through a […]

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Post Ramadan Progress Printables

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, how are you? It’s likely you’re feeling that post-Ramadan feeling after Eid. Its hard to describe, its a mixture of feeling saddened that Ramadan has finished, yet eager to continue on with the positive changes we made.  However, sometimes even though we feel eager to get going, our Ramadan goals and habits can […]

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Eid Treasure Hunt; Stay at home edition

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, how are you? This year Eid will look different for our children, so I thought I would make a treasure hunt that will still help keep their spirits lifted.  I’ve made treasure hunts before for my kids for Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha (click HERE) and they always enjoy them but […]

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Ramadan Favourite; Shurba Recipe

Asalamu’alaykum ladies, I’ve just finished up our weekly batch cooking, and since its Ramadan, Shurba is a must in our household.  This delicious meat/chicken soup with oats (or roasted wheat)  is one of those dishes that we don’t really make except for Ramadan and so brings with it a sense of nostalgia.  It’s comforting, warm […]

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Easy Pizza Puffs Recipe

Asalamu’alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies, I hope Ramadan is going well.  I wanted to pop on and share a recipe that my kiddos love to eat, a Ramadan favourite of theirs; pizza puffs.  This is such an easy recipe, take minutes to prep, and uses store cupboard ingredients so very frugal, yet delicious.  This […]

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