Race 4 Rewards this Ramadan

with Adam's World Club

The Adam’s World Club provides children ages 4-7 with unique online learning opportunities. And we have supercharged our efforts for Ramadan 2022! Our hosts are amazing role models who encourage children to look at the world they live in from a uniquely Islamic perspective. By using songs, stories, crafts, and fun activities, we can encourage them to learn about Islam and have fun while doing it. Learning content includes: focus on worship, knowing Allah through His Most Beautiful Names, learning from our beloved prophets, and making duaa. Opportunities to interact with hosts and fellow students also give students a meaningful opportunity to make connections with children who have similar values and by extension, with the larger Muslim community.

Course curriculum

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    Special Project: R4R Good Deeds Challenge

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    Extra Worksheets for Fun!

    • Check out these worksheets to keep young minds and hands busy!

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    Week 1 - April 4-8

    • A Closer Look at this Week's Lesson!

    • Zoom Link for Monday, April 4

    • ART PROJECT: Duaa of Knowledge

    • Zoom Link for Tuesday, April 5

    • WORKSHEET: Al-Khaliq Mind Map

    • Zoom Link for Wednesday, April 6

    • ART PROJECT: Alternation of Day and Night

    • Zoom Link for Thursday, April 7

    • ART PROJECT: The Gates of Ar-Rayan

    • Zoom Link for Friday, April 8

    • WORKSHEET: Duaa - Glorifying Allah

    • RECIPE: Fruit Salad

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    Week 2 - April 11-15

    • A Closer Look at this Week's Lessons!

    • Zoom Link for Monday, April 11

    • ART PROJECT: Prayer Mat

    • Zoom Link for Tuesday, April 12

    • WORKSHEET: Al-Wadud Mind Map

    • Zoom Link for Wednesday, April 13

    • ART PROJECT: Stars and Moon

    • Zoom Link for Thursday, April 14

    • ART PROJECT: Tissue Paper Heart

    • Zoom Link for Friday, April 15

    • WORKSHEET: Duaa - Reliance on Allah

    • RECIPE: Yoghurt Parfaits

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    Week 3 - April 18-22

    • A Closer Look at this Week's Lessons!

    • Zoom Link for Monday, April 18

    • ART PROJECT: Colorful Paper Chain

    • Zoom Link for Tuesday, April 19

    • WORKSHEET: Al-Alim Mind Map

    • Zoom Link for Wednesday, April 20

    • ART PROJECT: Woven Bowl

    • Zoom Link for Thursday, April 21

    • ART PROJECT: Parting of the Red Sea

    • Zoom Link for Friday, April 22

    • WORKSHEET: Duaa - Prophet Muhammad's Favorite Duaa

    • RECIPE: Stuffed Dates

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    Week 4 - April 25-29

    • A Closer Look at this Week's Lessons!

    • Zoom Link for Monday, April 25

    • ART PROJECT: The Oneness of Allah

    • Zoom Link for Tuesday, April 26

    • WORKSHEET: Al-Ghaffoor Mind Map

    • Zoom Link for Wednesday, April 27

    • ART PROJECT: Hudhud Bird

    • Zoom Link for Thursday, April 28

    • ART PROJECT: Ant Craft

    • Zoom Link for Friday, April 29

    • WORKSHEET: Duaa - Seeking Forgiveness

    • RECIPE: Cheese Omelets

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Pricing options

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Host Teachers

Huda Amareh

Huda Amareh is a Registered Dietitian who loves teaching people how to improve their eating habits through cooking healthy meals and having fun! She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in nutrition and is registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario. Huda lives in Toronto with her husband where they are very passionate about serving underprivileged communities.

Amira Abusheikha

Amira is a visual artist that works in the field of social work. When she isn’t serving her community she is creating beautiful acrylic paintings and studying various interpretations of it. She has lead many creative workshops and projects. Amira lives in Ottawa with her husband. And yes, she is teacher Inas' sister!

Inas Abusheikha

Inas Abusheikha is a mother, educator and multilingual storyteller. She specializes in Circle Time and conducts her work in English, French and Arabic online and at various public libraries and live events. She lives with her husband and their two children in Toronto, Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What time is the programming held?

    We will be meeting every weekday - Monday through Friday - from 6-6:30pm Eastern Daylight Time.

  • How long is each class?

    The classes are roughly 30 minutes. If the art or cooking project is a bit more complicated we may run over that time by a few minutes.

  • Is the price per child or for the entire family?

    The course fee includes all of the children in your household. We have found that even older children enjoy listening and learning with younger siblings.

  • Are there required assignments to complete?

    We will be providing supplemental worksheets to expand learning outside of the online classroom, but in this course, the assignments are only suggested, not required.

  • How is the cooking segment handled?

    In addition to the daily lesson, we will also include a cooking segment every Friday. We have chosen simple snacks and light meals that encourage children to experiment in the kitchen. And these recipes are both nutritious AND delicious! A recipe complete will be provided that lists both equipment needed and ingredients. We encourage families to work along with the demonstration. Note that younger children will need supervision, particularly with the use of knives and any recipe that is cooked on the stove or in the oven.