Hope that you all are well and safe.
I was approached to review the Miraj Stories app a while back and was so stoked because I have had the free app for the longest time. When it comes to certain apps, I am really finicky regarding its content because as much as I allow my boys screen time, it is within boundaries of beneficial screen time and not just mindless viewing.
Download the app here: https://bit.ly/3kI1mgX
(Will do a post regarding how to handle screen time in a bit for more information on this.)
The Miraj Stories app allows your little muslims access to a full library of ebooks, interactive games, stories and even a Friday Khutbah that is kid friendly in how to relays information. With many types of Islamic literature out there, I appreciate how easy it is for them to understand the concepts while having fun at the same time.
They are currently enjoying the Arabic Letters Game and have turned it into a competition to see who can do it fastest. We have also incorporated the song e-books before bedtime after reading, so they can sing along and have a good night’s rest.
This is the perfect app for every mini muslim that they can use to their hearts content.
What’s even better is that it is easily downloaded via the Google Play Store.
Note that it is aimed at ages 6-9, so all games are engaging with various click and drag options that assists with enhancing fine motor development for little hands.
I can honestly say this is the best quality content that I have found in an app and would recommend it to everyone.
Always with Love and Peace
Faz aka DragonMommy