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Thursday, 18 September 2008

One more Ramadan update

Assalamu alaykum,

finally my internet connection is up and running again. It took 6 days for my ISP to understand the cause of the problem. I am glad I am back online.
Kids and I have been really busy these last week.
I feel we have achieved so much and I am happy we could enjoy this blessed Month at home doing things that we enjoy. Hamdulillah kids will be back at their evening madrassa next month and to all their other sport activities too.
So without further do, here are some pics of our last week.

giving new life to old, broken crayons
peeling the crayons, kept the kids busy

ready to be put in the oven

melted crayons, just out of the oven

finishing product. New crayons!

some more craft to keep the boys busy.

building with cornstarch

A is building with real bricks and cement!

S made a castle with a dragon and a river. Mash'AllahLearning about the Muslim world
Flags of the Muslim world
In our bookshelf
warm salad with eggs, roasted peppers and grilled aubergines

Greek moussaka. Just a good change from shorba and borek!

more pics to come soon. My connection still too slow to upload all the pictures!
wa alaykum assalam


Anonymous said...

Assalaamu alaikum wa Rahmatullah,

Masha'Allah cool idea with the crayons - I can't wait to get enough crayons to try that. Would it make rainbow crayons if you put different colours together or would it all melt together and make sludge brown?

The moussaka looks absolutely scrumptious too!

Masha'Allah your children have been kept busy this month. :)

muslimah trying to home edu said...

Wa alaykum assalam sister strangerinthisdunya,
we tried few different colours. One of them was dark blue and white to make a nice sky blue and we very succesful. We also tried bronze, silver and purple and it came out a kind of glittery brownish as you can see in the first and second pics.
Don;t know about rainbow but what i would suggest, when the colours are out the oven and cooling down you could use a stickto gently stir the liquid and leave it to dry. In this way I guess you can have a kind of rainbow.
Try iy out insh'Allah it's a fund activity and kids love to get themselves in the kitchen.

The moussaka was great, a bit too heavy after 16 hours fasting, but everybody enjoyed it, mash'Allah.

I kept the kids busy as we are not currently, formally teaching.
i find it hard to concentrate when fasting and their curriculum requires my attention for at least 2 hours.
So for now lots of art and craft and cooking too as I will post new pics soon so keep watching!

Jazak'Allahu kheir for passing by.

Anonymous said...

Salaam my dear sis!

Wow! I love the crayons idea. I am so going to do that insha'Allah. I think R would love it!

Jzk for that. See you soon insha'Allah

Umm R. X

Itto said...

salamou alaikoum, I stumbled over your blog and love all the ideas here! masha'allah thanks for sharing them! I will continue to read now and come back soon, inchaallah.

muslimah trying to home edu said...

Assalamu alaykum sis Itto and welcome to my blog! Happy to share.
Looking forward to read you, I love all things moroccon!!
wa alaykum assalam