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Mum and Muslim Magazine

The December 2010/January 2011 edition of Mum and Muslim magazine is now out.

The Well Read Muslim features interesting lesson plans tied to literacy. Do not forget to visit this sister’s other blog:

We’ve been all patiently waiting and with Ramadan just around the corner InshaAllah, Talibiddeen Jr. just announced its new and revamped TJ Ramadan site.

Educating the Muslim Child is now available in a new format!

http://blog.yemenlinks.com/

I came across sister Saraa’s blog on Sisterswhoblog.

This blog is a place for parents, teachers, librarians and care givers to obtain information about:
recommendations and reviews of books and multimedia for Muslim children and young adults
the content and themes of books for Muslim children and young adults
tips and issues surrounding reading and literacy
information about children’s and young adult libraries as related to Muslims

http://muslimkidsbooks.wordpress.com/

Mount Hira Learn Ayat Al-Kursi

This contest will be extended until the end of the reading program, and InshaAllah the winning design will be used for next year’s 2nd Annual Summer Islamic Reading Challenge button!

RULES:

1. Open the coloring page here.
2. Design a Button. Create & Enjoy!
3. Scan and email on or before 12 midnight EST August 15, 2009 to contest[at]americanmulismmom.com
4. Email must state: (a) Child’s full name. Only the first name and last initial will be publicized. (b) Age and DOB (date of birth).
5. Age groups: 1-day – 8 years, 9 – 14 years, and 15 – 22 years.

Make Ramadan more memorable with TJ’s Ramadan memory book! Record facts about Ramadan, activities completed, crafts and recipes that were made. Interwoven into the book are several mini lessons. The Ramadan Memory Book can serve as a Ramadan curriculum guide for younger children. (Ages 5-8)

http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/ramadan-memory-book/7407228

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