Playgroup Teachers Training

PLAYGROUP TEACHERS TRAINING is back!This time it will be online via zoom so more of you can join us! If you are a teacher or a mommy who wants to start a playgroup, come and join us to learn the fundamentals of starting and running a playgroup. We have Teacher Read more…

Be Friends with Your Children

As children grow from babies to teenagers, they go thru different stages of needs. As parents, we must be aware and know how to handle these different stages. Audio of Brother Nouman Ali Khan​ | illustrated by Darul Arqam Studios​

Chefs In The House

Make-believe is how children “try on” adult roles and behaviors they see in the world around them. This activity helps them develop important social skills such as taking turns, cooperating, and paying attention (https://www.webmd.com/parenting/preschooler-social-development#1) Children love to pretend to be chefs as they see adults doing it at home or Read more…

Salt Tray Writing

Some children may find it hard to use a pencil to write and perceive writing as a chore which can make them bored and discouraged. For some children, reading or writing can be a chore simply because their interest is not piqued enough (https://www.britishcouncil.my/english/courses-children/resources/how-make-reading-and-writing-fun) To help them learn to write, Read more…

Chain of Clips

Teaching children numeracy concept is the first step towards learning Maths. According to National Numeracy Organization UK, we use numeracy every day in all areas of our lives. Our confidence and ability with numbers impacts us financially, socially, and professionally. It even affects our health and well being (https://www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/why-numeracy-important) When Read more…

“I am a Builder” : Role Play

Apart from helping children enhance their creativity and imagination, Role Play is also essential in helping them develop social and language skills as they play (and “work”) together. What a fun way to learn! When a child engages in pretend or imaginative play, by pretending to be different characters or Read more…

Cone & Ring Games

Cone & Ring games help with the development of gross motor skill and hands eye coordination. According to Joyce Hemphill in her book “The Power of Playful Learning: The Green Edition”, playing ring toss utilizes estimation, gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination, healthy competition (group play), prediction, strategy development, summation and turn Read more…

Sidewalk Art

Drawing freely on the wall is what many children love to do, so why not let them draw on the floor (outdoor of course!) instead. Just bring a box of colourful chalks and bring them outdoor where it is safe for them to just relax and draw on the floor Read more…