Eid Gifts from Mini Muslim Playground

Disclosure: This post is written as Brand Ambassador for Mini Muslim Playground. I wasn’t asked to write it but I wanted to share some of the products we were sent and I feel would make perfect gifts. I wouldn’t recommend them if I didn’t approve of them. Games   Build  Masjid, A Fun Counting Game

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Review: What To Say When………..

I recently reviewed The Box Of Manners By Learning Roots. Loving the concept behind the product and the quality of the cards, I then purchased ‘What to say When…’ without really knowing much about it. What to Say When… is a supplication and remembrance game and its aim is to help children with the remembrance of Allah

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Looking forward to Kidtropolis

In my hunt to find something to do with the kids in October half term I came across a new event called Kidtropolis. Kidtropolis is being held in London on 25th-27th October and is all about the kids having fun. If you’re looking for a fabulous time with your children this half term, full of

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My Charity Shop Game

We have had this game for a while and I can safely say it is one of Bee’s favourites. It is easy for her to play and for everyone else to join in with too. My Charity Shop is a product of Smart Ark Ltd – Creative Learning and Imaginative Play. Described as: A fun

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Project 365 – Days 333 to 339

Another quiet week for Project 365 as Bee has been unwell and we spent most of the week at home. Again. Day 333 – Sunday 29th November Bee was still unwell so we spent it at home while hubby took Munchkin to her grandparents house to see her cousin who was there for the day.

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Family Games Night with Coca Cola and #cbias #shop

I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and their client. With hubby working long hours he rarely has the energy to do anything when he gets home, and by then its the girls bedtimes anyway.

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Review: The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game

The Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game from Learning Resources has already won some awards, so were happy to check it out; munchkin loves board games. The game is suitable for ages 3+ and with munchkin being almost 7, I did wonder if it may be a bit babyish for her. However, although it was easy for

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