The Qur’an Surah Puzzle for Muslim children is a fun way to introduce and also test the knowledge of children about the surahs in the Qur’an. The printable has 6 pages, with each page containing 20 surahs in a puzzle. Except for the last pages that contains the last 14 surahs of the Qur’an. The […]
Our second post in the Qur’an Stories for Little Children features the story of Prophet Yunus (Alayhi-s-salam). Like all other Prophets of Allah (ta’ala), his story is a lesson on aqeedah, iman, and taqwa. You can read the first post about Prophet Nuh (Alahyi-s-salam) here. As adults, we know how we are affected by stories in […]
As much as I love to dream up plans and materials to teach my kids Islam at home, I will be honest that one thing that I struggle with the most is consistency. So, I made this Islamic Home Learning Schedule for parents to plan and keep track of what they want to teach the […]
After making the Arabic alphabet worksheet for us to practice with, I wanted something to help me test if my daughter can recognise the alphabets when she’s not tracing them. So, I made this Arabic alphabet recognition worksheet. She just started earning how to write, read and understand Arabic, so we are doing the foundational […]
Update: Due to feedback about the font being to light, the alphabet worksheet has been updated. I made this Arabic alphabet worksheet for my currently-4yo-girl who just started Arabic school this year. The worksheet features all the Arabic alphabets in trace fonts, to help kids practice how to write the letters.