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Space Moon Islamic Kaleidoscope

This was in the ages 5-8 box of the @bismillahboxkidsfor the second theme-⠀ Reaching for Jannah: Space⠀ ⠀ Rating: 10/10⠀ ⠀ Wow!! MashaAllah! I cannot say enough good things about this kaleidoscope from @my1stmasjid ⠀ First off, it is a DIY CRAFT so it got the kids involved in making it, which piqued their interest and made it much more fun! Quality Bonding time!!❤️ ⠀ Plus, it comes with so many goodies, that the kids each had something to hold unto on their own by the end. ⠀ ⠀ The kaleidoscope kit comes with an instruction sheet, a definition sheet explaining the meaning of kaleidoscopes, the actual kaleidoscope kit, a cute small badge saying “I’m off to find the moon!”, a postcards with space pictures and titled “oh what a wonderful world, Alhamdulilah” with a science information sheet on the back all about how important Astronomy is to our deen (calculating qiblah, islamic months, ramadan, eid, etc) as well as mentioning how Muslim Astronomers made valuable contributions to space science, with the intention of showing the perfection of Allah’s creation. ⠀ ⠀ The kaleidoscope was fairly easy to put together and the kids loved decorating it and putting the glitter and moons inside it. Seeing how the mirrors were put in and their position made the different shapes helps kid with their STEM-based learning.⠀ ⠀ And honestly, the resulting shapes and colors from the kaleidoscope were astounding!! Even I was blown away by the beauty, and we loved looking inside and trying to “sight” the crescent moon and stars inside it.⠀ ⠀ This kit is so inspiring to little Muslims and helps them dream big and strive to learn more about the world around them, all for Allah’s sake!⠀ Swipe to the end to see what it looked like inside our kaleidoscope! ⠀ Subscribe to @bismillahboxkids for more awesome products like this one! New items and themes each month🎉🌟⠀


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