I think my eldest was still about one. No, wait I was 16 and terribly bored in high school. Yeah, my mother told me about someone she knew who was homeschooling her teenage daughters. I looked it up online. The idea of studying at my own pace fascinated me. Sometimes everything we studied felt so… Continue reading Our Homeschool Journey Part – 2
This is for all my friends who’ve asked me how I do it. The number of times I’ve asked people the same question! When I get asked that now, I realise how far we’ve come. If you ask the people I knew back when we started, they’d tell you exactly how worried I was that… Continue reading Our Homeschool Journey Part 1
My son Abdullah would like to share his first published story. You can write your own stories too at Story Jumper.Read this free book made on StoryJumper
My oldest hated writing. Words of course. I’m not sure why. So I decided not to pressure him. His stories were always short and concise even if he were dictating them to me. It bothered me. Especially when other boys around him simply wrote. He knew what he learnt, so I tried to make him produce… Continue reading Raising Writers
This blog is something I started just to get an idea going. Now that I’m getting into the habit of writing I think I might just have time to start writing some downloadable children’s stories. Let’s see how it goes.
I’ve finally finished writing my story. Its been a long wait. I’m scared and apprehensive but insha Allah its time to get this ball rolling! I could use an editor and some honest feedback. After years of writing for a children’s magazine I would love to see my work in print with its very own… Continue reading Time to publish!
I remember back when I started homeschooling, I would look up information for about an hour and I’m pretty sure my blood pressure went up to an abnormal level and my digestive system really couldn’t take it. My eyes would blur and my head would spin and then I’d try to regain my hold on… Continue reading My favorite homeschool sites