We are so excited to introduce you to this brand new website, set up to help parents nurture creative, confident, happy young Muslims.
Here you will find links to great content from across the web, original articles from our contributors, inspirational interviews and more!
Set up as part of Gould.Community, bringing positive change to the world, Muslim Kids Guide aims to inspire, motivate and encourage Muslim parents and their children.
Gould.Community is an initiative by Peter Gould and his team, set up to bring positive change to the world. Other Gould.Community sites include Muslim Gift Guide, MuslimLOL, GeekyMuslim, Creative Ummah and more.
You can read more about the founder, Peter, in our first “MKG Chats with…” interview, MKG Chats with Peter Gould.
About the editors
Faaiza is the writer behind the blog Modest Munchies. Shes an avid baker, chocolate lover, recipe creator and crafter. Faaiza planned to be an accountant and subsequently a teacher, but after qualifying as both, being a stay at home mum took preference. Her teaching qualification is handy as she plans to homeschool her son and daughter, and has also inspired many creative learning ideas and crafts on her blog. Once a primarily food blog, Modest Munchies naturally developed to became an outlet for her to unleash her creativity and have a platform to speak on broader mum related topics.
When shes not baking, creating or blogging youll probably find her enjoying a big bowl of cherries with the rest of the Munchies Bunch.
Razeena is the author of Faatimah and Ahmed-We’re Little Muslims and the founder of READ Little Muslims, a website set up to connect parents with the highest quality books and resources being developed for little Muslims, from around the world. She has a background in business but has always had a passion for reading and writing and is thrilled to be on a path that combines her passion, with her desire to make learning Islam from a very young age, fun and interesting. She loves good books, sunshine and the ocean. When not running around (or reading to) her children she can usually be found daydreaming and drinking coffee. She is a passionate believer that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”
What to expect from MKG
As we are just at the beginning of this exciting journey, we will be taking some time to search high and low for the best stuff out there for Muslim kids. We’ll be sharing with you all the great ideas, tips, activities and products that we find. We hope that Muslim Kids Guide will become THE one-stop site where you can find all the best and most creative ideas for children.
Can you help us? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. Let us know your background and aspirations, and we can go from there.
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