Assalamu’alaikum & Marhaba!
Layaan’s last day of school was more than a week ago. Because of our upcoming travels, keeping her in school was not practical. My goal was to make her last day as special and memorable as possible. I knew she would be disappointed to leave, so here’s what we did to end it on a good note.
Assalamau’alaikum & Marhaba!
Here is a roundup of our activities this week. It was an intense one after the break and trying to get back into a routine. We returned from Taiwan on Sunday. Layaan’s school started again on Tuesday. And I was backed up trying to gather supplies, make materials, and keep the kids happy.
Layaan asks me daily if she can “do something fun” with Mama, which is her way of telling me she wants to do an activity together. Alhamdulillah (Prasie be to God), it is a wonderful feeling that they both find these activities enjoyable. I feel reassured that I am not overwhelming them and encouraged to keep doing what I am, Insha’Allah (God willing). I hope that I can continue to foster their love of learning through play.
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