Posts filed under: Activities At Home

By Madiha Malik An interview with Faiza Furqan Nguyen: Author of One Black Cat Aik Kala Billa ( bilingual book) Please tell us a little bit about yourself:  My name...
By: Rumaisa Bilal Being a homeschooler with young kids I try to prepare lessons to combine different topics in one activity per day. So as a unit study we decided...
By: Mona Ismaeil Like most Canadians, you probably had big plans for the summer. With school out, and the weather looking gorgeous you likely had a whole bucket list of things...
Online or virtual learning has become the norm during the Covid 19 pandemic. Our children are adjusting to the new norm of learning, interacting and socializing online. Their learning is...
by Erum Zehra Eid is a time for celebration, joy and exchanging gifts. No one looks forward to Eid more than children, as they receive gifts from their families and...
By Mariam Mazhar    March break panic has set in!  Not heading to a sunny beach? Neither am I but I have set up some do’s and don’ts for March break...
By: Mona Ismaeil Children are sponges, sucking up all the world has to offer. They are always learning. Even when you least expect, they are learning. They are learning about relationships,...
By Sana Athar Spring has nearly sprung and with it brings the question: to plant or not to plant. Oftentimes people think of gardening as an expensive hobby but I...
By Sukaina Imran Cold snowy days when you are cooped indoors is when the ‘I’m BORED!’ monster comes out full force. To keep your little ones occupied at home and...
By Anisa Tayab A typical day in my household always includes a story about a Creeper, an Ender-Dragon or Herobine.  And like most moms, I have no idea what my...