Salam Aleykum Sisters!
After a summer break the team at Muslimmoms.ca are raring to get back to sharing their tips, tricks and experiences with you all. For the month of August we are very excited to be exploring Back to School Theme! We have quite a number articles coming your way this month and were sure youll find them helpful as you prepare your little ones (and yourselves) for school.
We know that summer is not yet over, but we do want to help make that transition from summer chaos to school routine as easy and painless as possible. One great article we will have is about tips for keeping your children organized. This will be very important for making your life easier!
The long lost of art of Penmanship and its importance in our times will be talked about as well!
Choosing the right school for your child is the first step in a great education. It is important that you have the right knowledge to choose. Will you enroll your child in public school? Private school? Islamic school? Home school? Whichever you choose you should know the pros and cons of each and we are happy to help you with that.
We are excited to offer tips for how to help your child study at home. There is often a disconnect in the studying and learning that takes place in school and what continues at home. For your child to reach their full potential we need to lessen that gap.
Learning isn’t just for children. If you are a mom going back to school, we have some great advice and tips to help you on your journey as well.
A healthy diet is vital for your child’s growth and development. We know packing a lunch every day can be tricky so we have compiled some ideas to help keep your creative juices flowing.
Being healthy means more than just food. It is emotional and mental health as well, well tackle the issue of bullying at school as well.
We know that you’ll never be bored but on the off chance you have extra time, we do have some great ideas for how to keep busy while children are back in school.
The Muslimmoms.ca Team would like to wish all students a blessed, educational and wonderful school year!