Tarbiyyah At Home is where you learn how to teach your child Islam based on their age.
Welcome to the course that guides you on how to raise children that love and practice Islam without coercion. The course gives you the knowledge of teaching kids between the ages of 1-7 the fundamentals of Islam in a way that the child is eager to practice Islam, in sha'a Allah.
In this course, we are going to:
Define our parenting 'why' and understand the importance of intention
Deconstruct the mindset that gives you the believe that you are not knowledgeable enough to teach your child about Islam
Identify what to teach based on the age of your child(ren)
Learn how to teach based on the age of your child(ren)
Learn when to teach what
Understand the importance of timing and how it helps you achieve the best results
Leverage the power of consistency and positive behaviour reinforcements
Learn how to select the best resources for each age
What do you get?
Self-paced videos with voice-over slides
Watch/listen whenever you like within a six-month period
Free weekly tarbiyyah planner (PDF) to help you plan what to teach your child on a weekly basis
Free Tarbiyyah at Home parenting roadmap (PDF) to help you lay out your goal for your child (clarity is the first step to achieving what you wish for your child)
So, who am I?
My name is Amina and I am the founder of Raising Mumeens. I am a work-from-home writer and mum to 2 kids.
(You won't find a picture of me. I wear the niqab and I no longer take pictures, for religious reasons :))
I am a freelance writer for Muslim businesses, I write fiction for Muslim kids, and non-fiction for adult Muslims. I have degrees in English language and International Relations, and I am currently pursuing another Bachelors's in Islamic Studies at the Knowledge International University (KIU) in Saudi Arabia.
I am a Nigerian and currently live in Lagos, Nigeria.
I am a strong advocate of 'after schooling', which is basically a way of saying that parents should proactively supplement their child's secular and Islamic education at home. This is what inspired the Raising Mumeens blog. It is a place to provide resources to parents who have a desire to teach their children the deen at home and raise righteous Muslims.
“This course has really made me reflect not just on what to teach my kids but also the work i have to do on myself as a Muslim. I am truly thankful for that.”