By Brooke Benoit (Editor) and Reyhana Ismail (Designer), Fitra Journal, paperback, 92 pages
Whether you are a seasoned homeschooler or just curious about this educational option for your children, Fitra Journal offers a community of Muslim homeschoolers' experiences so that we may travel this less-worn path together, in sha Allah.
Our diverse contributors hail from both Muslim and nonMuslim-majority countries and have experienced a wide variety of homeschooling styles. The journal publishes personal accounts, methodology explanations, resource reviews and a bounty of general homeschooling information and ideas, always from a deen-centred perspective.
Issue One - 'Getting Started' has several articles that are especially helpful for beginning and organizing your homeschooling lifestyle, such as:
- Budget planning
- Curriculum explanations
- Our favourite resources
- A peek inside homeschooler's daily life
- Advice for reluctant parents (especially fathers)
- And solid self-care tips to avoid burnout.
Plus: We hear from children who are homeschooled, a single-parent homeschooler, families in Pakistan and Morocco, and a mother of a child with Dyslexia.
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