Parenting

Mother in Love, Daughter in Love

Mother in Love, Daughter in Love

Written by on October 15, 2010 in Parenting with 10 Comments

Mother in law vs Daughter in law is a universal problem all around the world. Why all the mayhem? Why all the silly milly dilly? It is amazing , the one person who  both the mother in law and daughter in law claim to love feels like a monkey in the middle.(ie husband or son). […]

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Nanima’s facebook fast

Nanima’s facebook fast

Written by on September 17, 2010 in Parenting with 0 Comments

Salaams, my name is Nanima and I am a facebook addict 🙂 Ok so yesterday I decided enough is enough. I can’t spend my whole life here on facebook especially copying and pasting repeated and repeated messages. felt like i was sucked into a endless loop in the matrix. firstly i decided i was going […]

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Bully free zone – Bully proof techniques

Bully free zone – Bully proof techniques

Written by on April 16, 2010 in Parenting

It is heart breaking to both parent and child when your child is helpless and is bullied at school, playground etc. Our children need to learn basic skills to look after themselves in this sometimes big bad world. Bullying at school is a big unspoken  problem. somes goes un noticed as the child will keep […]

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Holiday fun ideas – No mess no fuss painting

Holiday fun ideas – No mess no fuss painting

Written by on March 30, 2010 in Parenting with 0 Comments

Please note for children 4 plus and must supervise while they do this as kids love to put things in their mouths. so your little one is writing on all your sofas, your walls. You are looking for a solution. Some no mess no fuss painting. A few years ago I found this idea on […]

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Teach your toddler the Arabic Alphabet and English Alphabet the Sandpaper montessori way

Teach your toddler the Arabic Alphabet and English Alphabet the Sandpaper montessori way

Written by on October 30, 2009 in Parenting with 7 Comments

I was told that during the early ages of a child from 0-6 years children have absorbent minds. The absorb everything like sponges.This can be witnessed because you see how your little one imitates everything you do. It is amazing  how you will find young toddlers memorising the quran. Here are some tools to assist […]

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The Zaky DVD series – Islamic stories

The Zaky DVD series – Islamic stories

Written by on September 7, 2009 in Parenting with 0 Comments

Do you feel your kids watch too much TV? Would you much prefer they watch something educational? Then Zaky- the ethical educational Islamic cartoon for kids would just be it.. The ZAKY series is designed to develop your Child’s knowledge of Islam, encourage good morals, improve reading and memory skills. @ R100 per DVD contact: […]

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Homeschooling the Islamic way

Homeschooling the Islamic way

Written by on April 15, 2009 in Parenting with 13 Comments

I went to see this in action. Amazing how much work and effort has been put in adapting toddler development, preschool and school to the Islamic way. If I was an Islamic school  in South Africa I would grab these brilliant resources and I would really adopt this syllabus. Great work has been done MashaAllah. […]

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365 Playtime ideas for toddlers..

365 Playtime ideas for toddlers..

Written by on March 16, 2009 in Parenting with 1 Comment

Playing with a toddler is hard work.  It can also be frustrating especially when you have other things to do and you know you have to make time to play with the bichoo. It’s a losing situation because you can’t do your work cos the little one is hanging on you and while you sitting […]

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