Ramadan Revealed Webinar: Children

I participated in my first ever webinar! The wonderful Amanda of MarocMama.com contacted me to participate in her great webinar series Ramadan Revealed, A Beginners Guide to Islam’s Most Holy Month.  Click over to get all the information and see the upcoming guests.


My topic covered preparing children for Ramadan.  Tips and tricks to get kids excited, occupied, and fed through the whole month.

I loved the very conversational feel of it and had a blast chatting with Amanda. You get the chance to put a voice to my blog posts — and watch me constantly fidget, no wonder where my girls get it from! Don’t mind me talking to the screen and not the camera. I was making eye contact with Amanda on my monitor.  I’m obviously still new to the whole webinar world.

Thank you Amanda for an awesome experience!

This webinar is only free for viewing for a limited time.  So watch and share now!  Once it’s no longer free, you can head over to MarocMama.com to purchase the bundle of all the guest speakers webinars.

I would love to hear your comments! Constructive criticism is always welcome. {Please be nice!}


  • Your so wonderful Amnah! Thank you for being my guest – I enjoyed it so much!

  • Nadia says:

    Mashallah the webinar had such awesome ideas. My kids are only three years old and 6 months old so I have a year or two before I can work or projects with them. However, in the meantime, ( this just came to me ) I can definetly apply these ideas together with my husband to create memories, write down things we are thankful for, and have a festive and decorated home for Ramadan inshallah.

  • Keisha says:

    It was great and I am going to use some of your ideas. Keep inspiring us!

  • HijabiMommy says:

    this was great. thanks for all the ideas!

  • Laura Najma says:

    Salamualaikum Amnah,
    thank you for all your ideas!
    I’m an italian mama living in Morocco (my husband is moroccan).
    I have a blog written in italian, but I will be very glad if you will come to visit it.

    • Amnah says:

      Salaam Laura, thank you for your comment! Glad you enjoyed the ideas. I wish I understood the words to your blog. You have lovely pictures!

      • Laura najma says:

        Thank you for your visit my blog.
        I’m working to translate it also in English and French, InchAllah.
        For the moment I’ve added a “translate” button even if I don’t like it very much….Sometimes it translate in a very strange and funny way!

  • Yusra says:

    Aoa Amnah!

    So this may sound weird but I totally dig your blog and I’ve just graduated..so even though I can not relate to those situations it is SUCH a good read! =D I witness “mechanical mommies” around me all the time, who sort’ve perceive it all to be a great big chore. It really makes me admire the intellectual side to your endeavors because I think it should really help mold the kids life in a very personalized, non-mechanical manner. May Allah accept your efforts.
    Plus, I do have a niece and two nephews who are spending Ramadan with us this summer, and I really think Amanda and your ideas would really help make it all that much more memorable. So, Jazak Allahu Khair guys! =)

  • julie says:

    AHHH! Love it! Glad ot hear you will be homeschooling! I look forward to hearing all about it!

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