I don't want to be a princess


Collection "I don't want to be a princess":

Yes, exactly as you read. "I don't want to be a princess."

We inculcate through this group the value of conviction.
How much we lack this value in our time, we and our children are surrounded by a huge amount of inputs that make us in a state of indifference and a lack of sense of blessings, which ultimately leads to a lack of gratitude.
The story revolves around the beautiful meaning of the noble verse: “And do not look down upon what We have bestowed upon spouses, among them the flower of the worldly life, that We may tempt them with it, and provide you with good and prosperity.”
The child learns through the story:
- How God's choice of us is always the most appropriate, and that what we extend our eyes to is in fact not as beautiful as we see from afar.
- The child learns that if we were given a choice, we would eventually choose what God destined for us, and this is what Karima, the heroine of our story, did in the end.
The group consists of:
1) I don't want to be a princess.
2) Contentment board size 47 x 67 cm.
The child learns through it:
Meaning of conviction.
- The virtue of contentment (evidence from the Qur’an and the Sunnah).
How can I be content? (The evidence is from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet).
- How was the conviction of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace (evidence from the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet).
3)- Painting "Have you thanked God today?":
- It is a table with the number of days of the week, which helps the child to remember the blessings of God upon him every day and to thank Him for them by writing Alhamdulillah for every blessing or putting a “correct” mark.
+ Heat sealing envelope.
+ writable and erasable.
+ Marker pen.
+ Barcode to download and print the table.