As a parent, it is natural to want to instill good values and morals in our children. One powerful way to achieve this is through storytelling. In Islamic culture, storytelling has been a cherished tradition for centuries. Islamic stories for kids not only entertain, but they also teach important lessons and help shape values. In this article, we will delve into the power of Islamic stories for kids and explore the benefits they offer. We will also provide tips on finding and sharing these stories effectively, as well as recommend some popular Islamic storybooks and resources for kids. So, join us now as we embark on this journey of cultivating values through the enchanting world of Islamic stories.
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Join us now in exploring the enchanting world of Islamic stories for kids. By incorporating these stories into your child’s life, you can help shape their values, promote their Islamic identity, and nurture their love for learning. Together, let us embark on this journey of instilling positive values and creating a generation of compassionate and morally upright individuals.
Sharing Islamic stories with kids is not just about reading the words on a page; it is about creating a memorable and meaningful experience. Here are some tips to make the most of storytelling sessions:
Set a regular storytelling time: Establish a routine for storytelling, creating a special time where you and your child can bond over these stories.
Use props and visuals: Engage your child’s senses by incorporating props, illustrations, or even dressing up as characters from the stories.
Encourage participation: Ask questions, encourage discussions, and let your child share their thoughts and feelings about the story.
Relate the stories to real-life situations: Help your child connect the lessons from the stories to their own lives, discussing how they can apply those values in different situations.
Be a role model: Children learn best by example, so strive to embody the values taught in the stories and demonstrate them in your own actions and interactions.
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We are providing an onsite lessons only in Egypt, Otherwise will be online via any video call platform like Zoom.
Most students enroll in the Basic plan. The average student at WafaaKids spends around $64 per month. This approximately amounts to 8 teaching hours per month or 2 x 1-hour lessons per week which are suited for most levels and ensure the program goals are met. The pricing can be slightly different depending on the plan. We can see our pricing plans from here –> Pricing Plan
Over the years, we have had successes with very young students but we recognize that every child is different and some might have difficulty interacting with a teacher online. In general, we found that starting from age 7, there are rarely any issues with teaching online.
For younger ages, a guardian might need to accompany the student during the lessons initially to provide support until the student gets used to his/her teacher.
We understand that quality education can get expensive and therefore we offer a number of discounts to maximize the benefit for our students enrolled in our programs.
(1) Family Discounts: Students enrolled in our Basic and Pro plans receive 10% and 5% off respectively when 2 or more members of their family are enrolled in the same plan.
(2) Zakat Fund: For students who experience financial hardship, WafaaKids maintains a Zakat eligible fund that is used towards partially or fully subsidizing fees. You will be required to provide documentation to demonstrate your eligibility.