Fitra Journal: The Muslim Homeschool Quarterly: Getting Started
is a nice collection of testaments by Muslim Homeschoolers, a few of which are men masha’Allah. I loved this free treat because the contributors provide many resources and some of their opinions mirror my current state of mind. I’ll not impose anything on my son. I’ll continue to let him roam free and discover things on his own and intervene when he needs me. This was reinforced by the scripture which say that for the first seven years of a child’s life, play with the child. In the next seven years, teach them, and in the last seven years (by 21 years), be a friend. So I plan to do just that because I have a full load of tasks already.
To get back to the review, Fitra’s first issue is divided in five chapters. Chapter 1 deals with ‘Where to Start’
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