- Lemon Poppyseed Muffin in a Mug – with True Lemon
- Step By Step – Our process in learning and teaching Salat
- Salat Learning Resources
- Overcoming Obstacles to Teaching Your Child Salat
- How to Teach Your Child Salat
- Preschoolers: Early preparation before learning Salat
- You have been warned about reading this book. Now you can read it.
- On Encouraging a Child’s Enthusiasm
- children's books
- easy-wear hijab
- free stuff
- islamic swimsuits
- kitchen equipment
- miniature things
- product review
- social interaction
- teaching salat
- TV show
Author Archives: qatheworld
Some years back, I discovered a chocolate “cake in a cup” recipe online to make a one-serving (or two, if you have a friend handy) instant cake in the microwave. Chocolate cake in a cup was SOOO good, that for the longest time I could see no reason to pursue any other cake-in-a-cup flavor. After all, when chocolate cake is constantly, instantly, available, why would I ever eat any other flavor of cake? But recently, I was again lamenting the local unavailability of lemon poppyseed muffins, and it occurred to me that cake in a cup didn’t have to be just cake… Continue reading
Part of the Teaching Your Child Salat series As I mentioned in a previous post, the summer he was five I taught my son how to pray salat. As I’d never done this before, and I myself had learned to pray … Continue reading
Part of the Teaching Your Child Salat series I looked online for some guides that talk through the salat in order to teach my son all the steps, but I didn’t find the resources completely satisfactory.
Part of the Teaching Your Child Salat series One of the questions that had come to my mind before I ever embarked on this was, how can I possibly teach my son salat? I’ve never taught anyone salat. I don’t … Continue reading
The “Teaching Your Child Salat” series: I’ve made a collection of posts about our own process that I used to teach my son salat, in hopes that it may help others as well.