Author name: Aysh Siddiqua

Aysh is an Indian expat who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia. She is a former Biotechnologist who is now a stay at home mom. She blogs at JeddahMom.Com about her expat life, travels, and adventures raising little world citizens. Aysh loves languages, cultures and crafts. She tries to bring her children up with a balance between faith, tradition and modern thinking.

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Bedouin Weaving Inspired Bookmarks – Beginner Sewing for Kids

My 5-year-old wanted to learn to sew. We made these fun Bedouin weaving inspired bookmarks. The idea was to imitate the Saudi Arabian Sadu cloth more or less but the experience … priceless! Sadu cloth is the traditional craft of Saudi Arabia. It is brightly colored thick woven cloth with simple but bold patterns. The Sadu […]

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Hajj and Eid ul Adha for Kids

We are starting a new series today, Hajj for Kids, to talk about the annual pilgrimage to Makkah that Muslims make at least once in their lifetime. I am sharing today information about what Hajj is and how you can teach your children more about it. Hajj takes place in Dhul Hijjah, the last month of

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