Noor Kids: A Lot Of Light In Our Homeschool

Alhamdulilah we used Noor Kids today for our homeschool lessons!

Started by two brothers Amin and Mohammed Aaser, it was made to inspire children to become leaders in their community and show others that Islam is a peaceful and compassionate religion alhamdulilah. Noor Kids is doing an excellent job in shedding light for little Muslims around the world. I am happy to say the Noor has entered our home.

 

Our children were very excited to read Noor Kids and discuss with us all the cool characters. My oldest son fell in love with the lovable Asad, the curious, smart, and kind lion. My second oldest son loves Amin, an athletic, witty and playful panda. Would I be bias if I said that I related to Amira, not only because we have the same name but she is creative, bubbly, and caring..like me 😀 mashaAllah!!

I found Noor Kids to be a very good tool in our homeschooling, from the coloring exercises, to the decoder message, your children with enjoy every page!

 

The educational benefit to me was the very important part! It’s educational, fun, and something we can enjoy over and over again.

Our two yr old enjoyed coloring the pictures and our four year old used the decoder section to practice his writing and reading.

We appreciate the increase in Islamic literature for children, it is important for children to be able to identify with what they are reading.

In our home it is important that the children grow up with good Islamic literature so they can learn more about helping others, Islam, and doing the right thing. Something that you will find in Noor Kids

 

 

 

My best hours growing up was indulged in a book and reading until it was time to turn the light out and go to sleep.

As a homeschooling mom of four children, it is important to pass on that love of reading to my own children. So they can experience the joys of reading and the benefits of it. We all know that we are living in a society of technological advancements and video games,  and there is less time being spent reading.

In our goal to raise children who love to read we are asking parents to join us for 5 a day, reading 5 books daily with our children, to our children, or having them read a loud to us. For us we will turn the book into lessons and hands on fun.

Today one of reading materials came from Noor Kids and you can find more about them:

official website:  http://www.noorkids.com/home/ and twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/NoorKids

 

 

 

Like them on facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/NoorKids

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