Student Resources

أَعُوذُ بِكَلِمَاتِ اللَّهِ التَّامَّاتِ مِنْ شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ

"I seek refuge in the complete words of Allah from the evil of what He has created."

Whoever recites in the morning, will be protected for the rest of the day, and whoever recited in the evening will be protected for the night. (Muslim 2709, Abū Dāwūd 3899, Tirmidhī 3604)

Learn at home! Use these resources to enhance your educational experience and learn something new when you have free time. Don’t be bored, be busy!

Ministry of Education (Link)
Find supplementary resources for elementary and secondary students to practice math and literacy skills and learn at home.

40 Rabbana Duas (Link)

111 Islamic Resources for Kids (Link)

Physical Activities to Do at Home: BOKS (Link)

My Feelings Journal (Link)

Gratitude Journal (Link)

Ted Education: Ted Talks for Kids (Link)

National Geographic Kids (Link)

Learn a New Language for Free (Link)

Random Acts of Kindness (Link)

Over 30 Virtual Field Trips with Links (Link)

100 Activities to Do at Home (Link)

When facing threats beyond our control, it is completely normal to develop feelings of fear, stress, worry, and isolation. The outbreak of COVID-19 has put us in very challenging circumstances, where coping with your feelings is of utmost importance. Below are resources that will guide you in managing your mental health.

Naseeha: Muslim Mental Health Youth Helpline (Link)
Receive immediate, anonymous, and confidential support over the phone.

Children’s Mental Health Ontario (Link)
Children’s Mental Health Ontario agencies are open and providing support to children and youth virtually and by phone. 

Understanding Stress (Link)
Learn how to recognize your signs of stress and manage the stress response.

Psychology Today (Link)
Learn how to stay emotionally healthy during the coronavirus outbreak