NEW COURSE: Islamic Parenting

NEW COURSE: Islamic Parenting

Get ready to supercharge your parenting skills!!!

Islamic Self Help and Izzah Academy present a brand new course from Shaykh Ismail Kamdar: Fundamentals of Islamic Parenting.

You asked for it and we delivered! A comprehensive 20 module course on parenting, covering a variety of topics including:

  1. The role of fathers in parenting
  2. The role of mothers in parenting
  3. The importance of stay-at-home mums
  4. Character building and resilience building in children
  5. Raising your children into capable adults
  6. The case for homeschooling

Who is this course for:

  1. Young Muslims seeking authentic guidance regarding parenting
  2. Young couples looking to raise their children according to the Qur’an and Sunnah
  3. Parents who are struggling to cope with contemporary issues looking for an Islamic parenting solution

Learn practical solutions to the following problems and more:

  1. Raising righteous children in the modern world
  2. Understanding Islamic gender roles related to parenting
  3. Dealing with contemporary parenting challenges like dealing with immorality and liberalism
  4. Losing faith in the education system and seeking workable solutions

Don’t let parenting be a source of stress and frustration. Invest in yourself today and start building a strong foundation for a lifetime of love and happiness. Enroll in our online course on the fundamentals of Islamic parenting now!

Why You’ll Love This Course

This course offers the kind of one-stop learning environment that benefits you both during and after the completion of the course in a multitude of ways:

  • Solid Learning with dedicated help, support, motivation and accountability
  • Self-Paced Online Learning – you can study anytime and learn from anywhere, according to your daily routine.
  • Lifetime Access to Learning Materials for continued Referencing, Knowledge, Development and Inspiration

Whether it’s work, academia, family or other constraints, the course allows you the flexibility to learn at your own pace without pressure.

This course includes all the following modules:

  1. Introduction to Islamic Parenting
  2. Considerations before having children
  3. Developmental Phases of Childhood
  4. The Role of Mothers in Parenting
  5. The Role of Fathers in Parenting
  6. The Case for the Stay-At-Home mum
  7. The Case for Homeschooling
  8. Raising Daughters
  9. Raising Sons
  10. Parenting during the Early Years
  11. Designing Your Home Environment
  12. Building Character in Children
  13. Building Resilience in Children
  14. Religious Education Priorities
  15. Raising children for independence
  16. Islamic Sexual Education
  17. Puberty & Accountability
  18. Preparing them for adult life
  19. Cultural Considerations
  20. Navigating Modern Technology
  21. When children go astray
  22. When children grow up

Unmissable bonuses!

Sign up today and receive the following FREE bonus resources:

1) BONUS PDF: Homeschooling 101 ebook
2) BONUS VIDEO: Raising Resilient Children
3) BONUS VIDEO: The Art of Parenting
4) BONUS VIDEO: Homeschooling & the future of education

Sign up today to get instant access to all 22 modules, as well as all notes and bonus material:

Posted by Ismail Kamdar in Homeschooling
8 Tips for parents for raising teenagers

8 Tips for parents for raising teenagers

1. Treat them like young adults and they will grow up faster

2. Slowly, increase the level of responsibility and independence that they have. Give them more tasks and responsibilities, and as they grow competent, increase it. This will ease them into adulthood.

3. Your role needs to become more like a mentor to them. Have open communication with them and allow them to ask deep questions and challenge your ideals. They need these conservations to reach Yaqeen in their faith.

4. Do not expect perfection from them. When they mess up, guide them back to the paths of repentance and righteousness. They are still learning how to deal with nafs and shaytaan and will make mistakes along the way, just like you.

5. Include them in family discussions on important matters, so they gain experience in the ups and downs of being an adult. These discussions will prepare them for the challenges of the adult world.

6. Allow them space to explore their own ideas and plans (within the boundaries of halal) and give them space to make mistakes and learn from their mistakes. For example, if your teen has a bad business idea, let him start his business and learn from the experience.

7. Have a strong Islamic Studies curriculum for them to study that is age-suitable. Focus on things like morality, chastity, modesty, responsibility, and purification of the soul. These aspects of Islamic Studies are essential at that age.

8. Finally, never stop making dua for them. Do not give up hope in Allah’s Mercy and pray for your children’s guidance every day.

Posted by Ismail Kamdar in Leadership