There are two types of play-based education: 1) Education through guided play 2) Education through free play
Che donna, an Italian newspaper, has recently published a report that highlighted the significance of getting children used to reading books from an early age. The report introduced a number of tips that would mostly help parents achieve this goal.
I have a ten-year-old child who is my fifth child his brothers, and there is a big age gap between him and his older brothers. When he was born, all his brothers treated him hospitably and affectionately. He is a very smart and quick-witted child, with high level of linguistic and scientific intelligence, and splendid athletic skills. Two years after his birth, we had a new baby girl, who was also received with great hospitality from all family members. Despite simplicity with respect to her requirements and the way she thinks, it has a very attractive spirit, perhaps because she is tolerant, friendly and loving to all people. This has led to expansion of people’s love for her, which affected the psyche of her brother, to the point that the first sentence he wrote in his life was directed to her, where he wrote to her: “I wish you a peaceful death oh ...” and wrote down her name!
Allah Almighty mentioned the derivatives of the word of ‘Hayaa’ or modesty more than once in different contexts in the Holy Qur’an (For example, Surat Al-Qasas, Verse 25 and Surat Al-Ahzab, Verse 53).
Are the differences between me and my husband behind the state of nervousness that my seven-year-old son has reached? Are their quarrels and violence with each other a reaction to our inter-family tension that we are experiencing? Is this state treatable? Is there a likely treatment for the condition that my older son has reached?
The world nowadays adopts isolation and quarantine against spread of coronavirus. Islam is the first system to enact hygienic rules to prevent outbreak of epidemics. Isolation and quarantine are two of these rules enacted by Islam.
Many parents want to help their children become memorizers of the Holy Qur’an. But it is difficult for some of them to teach them to memorize the Holy Qur’an at home.
Failure to keep the promise to your children is a gross educational mistake. Keeping the promise should be maintained both within and outside the family. Parents should teach their children that any word one utters is a promise that must be kept. One of the most dangerous and disastrous things to children is to see parents break their promises to them.
We may get surprised to hear our children utter obscene phrases Children are exposed to acquiring words from other sources (e.g. while mingling with other children) It is rare that our children may not hear bad words They may even hear such words from older brothersa
In part II, we provided some suggestions that may help the individual address the problem within his heart. In this part, we will focus on the group's duty towards individuals with respect to means of addressing the problem.