I am always on the look out for good Islamic games to add to our collection and I recently came across the 5 Pillars Family Game from Goodword so had to purchase it to play with the girls.
Disclosure: We received the Paper Craft Kits from Sweets and Eid for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. If you are looking for some crafts to do with your children and keep them entertained then you may want to consider the paper craft kits from Creative Culture.
Disclosure: We received the Animals in Qur’an Snap Cards from Sweets and Eid for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. One game that almost everyone knows is Snap! Simple, fun and pretty competitive at times, it’s a family game enjoyed by all ages. The game is recommended for ages 3+.
With Hajj season around the corner I thought it would be good to get the girls a board game related to Hajj. For my readers that do not know what the Hajj is, it is a pilgrimage to Mecca that all Muslims should perform if they can afford to do so. Hajj Fun Game is
I was never really taught the word Sahaba and when I first came across it I was confused. So what does Sahaba mean? Sahaba refers to the companions, friends and family of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, (PBUH). Again that some something I didn’t know much about. Not having been taught much about Islamic history apart
We are a fan of educational products and another educational product from Learning Roots is Quranic Opposites. I purchased this for Bee last year on Eid as I always try to have at least one Islamic product as a gift. We have a few Learning Roots products including books and have mentioned some games on
If you are currently at the stage where you are teaching your children the Arabic Alphabet then you will love this Arabic Alphabet Puzzle from ThinkerNation. So what, or rather WHO are ThinkerNation? ThinkerNation is literally a mom and pop operation. In this case, mom is a pediatrician and Pop is an IT consultant living
I was recently contacted by Educatfal to ask if we would like their Ludo Cubes to test out and give our feedback. As I hadn’t heard of the company before and the cubes looked pretty cool, we couldn’t say no! Not just fun for the little ones, the cubes are educational. They don’t just teach