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Sunday, 25 October 2020

Why Your Child Should Engage with Nature


Research says that engaging with nature reduces stress in both adults and children. For children, the added benefit is that it gets them to be physically active and helps them develop cognitively through imagination and dramatic play. There is also social learning through interactions with others. However, the most important reason for Muslim children to engage with the natural world is that they are learning about Allah through His creations.

Saturday, 3 October 2020

Infuse Islam into Bedtime Routines

Research says that children who’ve been read to at bedtime do well at school, in other words, they learn better than those who don’t.

But there’s an even greater benefit in having a bedtime routine than just academic achievements. It is the perfect time to impart Islam through storytelling. When you set up a bedtime routine, children are eager to get ready for bed because they’re eager for the story.

Thursday, 10 September 2020

The Importance of Salat in Combating Childhood Anxiety

This article is by Guest Blogger, Humera Malik who is an author. Read her bio below. Here she talks about how praying can help ease your child's anxiety.

The main character in my new book is a Muslim boy named Zain, who becomes very frustrated and anxious due to a series of mishaps during the week. He then learns how prayer can help set things right. I was inspired to write this due in part to my own experience with using prayer to combat anxiety. 

Questions on Getting Children to Pray

Below are some common questions that you might be asking about your child and praying. The answers might help you. If you have any other questions be sure to put it in the comment.

Question: How to connect my child to Allah to want to pray instead of praying out of fear?