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Homeschool Chat with Happy Muslim Homeschool

“The beauty of home education is that it gives a family more time together–time to solidify relationships, to communicate values, and to focus on each child’s individual needs in a consistent and unhurried atmosphere. “~ Kimberly Hahn & Mary Hasson Today’s Homeschool Chat brings you @happymuslimhomeschool,  a Muslim homeschooling mama, who loves her faith, all thingsContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Happy Muslim Homeschool”

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Homeschool Chat with Mariya Khan

Today’s Homeschool Chat is with Mariya Khan, a homeschooling mama of 4 , residing in the U.K. Mariya and her husband are the creators of the popular Islamic picture book, ‘If Allah Wills’ and the new, practical parenting blog: https://www.theyareourfuture.com/ Their aim is to empower Muslim parents with practical tools and resources that will help them raise their childrenContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Mariya Khan”

Homeschool Chat with Rhythms and Rivers

  Let children alone… the education of habit is successful in so far as it enables the mother to let her children alone, not teasing them with perpetual commands and directions – a running fire of Do and Don’t ; but letting them go their own way and grow, having first secured that they willContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Rhythms and Rivers”

Homeschool Chat with Adele Jarrett-Kerr

Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood. ~ Fred Rogers   Today’s  homeschool chat brings you Adele Jarrett-Kerr- a homeschooling mama of three (8, 5 and 3) , who lives in Cornwall together with herContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Adele Jarrett-Kerr”

Homeschool Chat with Sumera Luckman

“Our entire school system is based on the notion of passive students that must be “taught” if they are to learn… Our country spends tens of billions of dollars each year not just giving students a second-rate education, but at the same time actively preventing them from getting an education on their own. And I’mContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Sumera Luckman”

Homeschool Chat with Sophie Aguirre

“To make the most of this homeschooling life, we need to create the conditions for our children to thrive. Indoor and outdoor environments rich with imaginative play, natural objects, interesting people, good books, art supplies, and organic experiences, to name a few. And above all, a parent committed to letting them explore, learn and growContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Sophie Aguirre”

Homeschool Chat with Kafayat Animashawun

“The home is the first and most effective place to learn the lessons of life: truth, honour, virtue, self control, the value of education, honest work, and the purpose and privilege of life. Nothing can take the place of home in rearing and teaching children, and no other success can compensate for failure in theContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Kafayat Animashawun”

Homeschool Chat with Shoohada Khanom

Today’s home school chat brings you Shoohada Khanom.  Born and raised In London, writer and children’s author Shoohada Khanom has published four picture books to date (Kamillah the Butterfly, Imagine , Little Blue Skater Boy and Who Could I be ? ). For those residing in the UK, her books can be bought from AmazonContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Shoohada Khanom”

Homeschool Chat with Sushmita Chatterjee

Today’s Tuesday Chat brings you the lovely Sushmita – an expat mother, raising multicultural children by the seaside. She is found juggling between homeschooling, photography and writing all whilst solo parenting most times as her husband travels a fair bit.  Sushmita was raised in a busy metropolitan in India, Mumbai where both nature and time wasContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Sushmita Chatterjee”

Home School Chat with Sarah from “A Bit of Pink”

Today’s Tuesday chat brings you Sarah from  A bit of pink. Sarah is  a 30 something British Muslim mama of 3 wild girls and they home educate in London, UK. She is passionate about respectful parenting, writing, community and nurturing creativity. Through her blog https://www.abitofpink.co.uk/blog, she invites you on a journey through motherhood. If you would like toContinue reading “Home School Chat with Sarah from “A Bit of Pink””