Introducing The Kindness Calendar this Ramadan from The Family Hub
**Get your children into the habit of doing one act of kindness each day with the amazing first launch from The Family Hub**
Parenthood is the most important role we play in life and one we are constantly evolving and learning more about as we go along. No matter how old your child, there is always something new to discover and helpful tips and tricks to guide us along the way. With this in mind, Hanan Ezzeldin, a positive Discipline Educator and Founder of The Family Hub has launched an amazing Kindness Calendar to make learning acts of kindness fun and interactive this Ramadan and beyond!
The amazing Kindness Calendar has 30 pockets for 30 days with a deck of cards that have different acts of kindness so that your children can get into the habit of fulfilling a small act of kindness every day! Why not start this Ramadan period and enjoy this fun activity with your kids?
Hanan’s positive discipline education for parents and children has become a hugely popular online platform. The Family Hub is designed to educate, support and inspire parents to raise well-balanced children who are a positive addition to society. Hanan’s first launch is her Kindness Calendar with more future exciting projects to look forward to in the future.
About The Family Hub with Hanan Ezzeldin:
Hanan Ezzeldin is an experienced and certified positive discipline educator for both parents and teachers. A parent herself, Hanan is based in Dubai and has been teaching and educating for over eleven years in four different countries. She holds a master’s degree in Education and is currently working on her second in Psychology from the prestigious Harvard Extension School. Hanan launched her hugely popular online platform, The Family Hub, designed to educate, support and inspire parents to raise well-balanced children who are a positive addition to society. As part of The Family Hub, Hanan leads workshops and talks supporting parents and teachers on a variety of topics such as bullying, dealing with change, managing screen time, communication, special needs in children, raising third culture kids, managing a child’s self-confidence, anger management, sex education, raising responsible children and more.