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Explaining to kids about the wisdom behind the coronavirus [FREE ebook]

Explaining to kids about the wisdom behind the coronavirus [FREE ebook] - Ummi and Kids

My 5-year-old nephew suddenly asked me, “Why is there a virus?” He must have wondered so, seeing how it has impacted his daily life; he can no longer go to the playground or go out as often. He knew that there is a virus and how it can make people sick. So the question is no longer about “what”. But now, the question is, why must there be a virus. Realizing how it can make people sick and die, he asked, “Can’t Allah control it and just make it go away?” Explaining to kids about the virus I…

What does Islam say when it comes to saying no to our kids? Read to find out whether this is the way of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Saying “no” to our kids | The Islamic Perspective - Ummi and Kids

What does Islam say when it comes to saying no to our kids? Read to find out whether this is the way of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Read to find out how to teach our kids to pray solah according to how the prophet taught us. | Pillars of Islam | Children | Hadith | Sunnah | Scholars | Islamic Parenting | Articles | Salah | Salat

How to teach our kids to pray? | Second pillar of Islam - Ummi and Kids

Read on to find out how to teach our kids to pray, according to the Sunnah of our prophet (salallahu alaihi wasalam) and explained by scholars.

Words are so powerful. Learn how to speak to our children when addressing their weakness with this inspiring story.

How to speak about our child's weakness | An inspiring story

Learn how to speak about our child's weakness with this inspiring story of how a mother tackle her child's weakness to shape him into a well-respected man.

The Five Pillars of Islaam: A Kindergarten Workbook

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته May Allaah reward the sister who contacted me and asked about a resource for the Five Pill...

Allah to Z: An Islamic Alphabet Book

Who was Noah? When do Muslims pray? When do Muslim children eat treats and open gifts? In Allah to Z, children of all backgrounds will delight in these 26 simple rhymes that introduce Islam in a fun, contemporary way. Combined with colorful illustrations, each page will capture kids’ attention and open a window into Islamic culture and history. All sales are final.

What does Islam say when it comes to saying no to our kids? Read to find out whether this is the way of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Saying “no” to our kids | The Islamic Perspective - Ummi and Kids

What does Islam say when it comes to saying no to our kids? Read to find out whether this is the way of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

The Prophets Of Islam: Prophet Adam And Wicked Iblis Activity Book

A charming activity book, bursting with joyful animals and colorful backgrounds, that introduces children to the Prophet Adam, and one particular story of his. Full of activities including crosswords, puzzles, mazes and coloring, this book is a wonderful way to teach children about the Prophet Adam, the wonders of Paradise where he once lived, and how Iblis got him to disobey Allah. Age Range: 2 - 5 yearsGrade Level: Preschool - KindergartenSeries: The Prophets of Islam Activity…

Learning About Prophet Musa [FREE PRINTABLE STORYBOOK]

Learning About Prophet Musa [FREE PRINTABLE STORYBOOK] - Ummi and Kids

Just a few days ago, I had the opportunity to plan out a playdate that is themed around the stories of the prophet. I decided to choose one of my favorite stories, the story of Prophet Musa (alaihi salam). The playdate had children ranged from ages 1 to 5 years old. Listening to the story of Musa The first part of the program was storytelling. I chose a book titled “The story of Musa” by Goodword Book but unfortunately did not manage to get hold of it. And so I decided to make my own little…

Teach your children manners first | Islamic Parenting

Teach your children manners first | Islamic Parenting - Ummi and Kids

Someone left a comment on one of my posts and asked a question: How do we teach our children Islam since young? Do we start with Islamic knowledge and then academics? Or both at the same time? I will be completely honest. I am not the person anyone should be asking. Although I write quite a lot about Islamic Parenting, most of the stuff I share are things that I happen to come across from lectures or books. I am not at all an expert. So I left the comment there. However, I recently heard a…

Free Printable activity book to teach kids about Tawheed. | Islam for Children | Muslim | Tawhid | Tauhid | Allah | Learning | Activity | Fun | Cut and Paste

How to talk to kids about Allah | Teaching kids Tawheed

Find out how to talk to your kids about Allah and Tawheed, such as the topics that you can discuss with your children and also a free printable activity.

Free Printable ebook on the Manners of Eating for Kids | Islam | Hadith | sunnah | Activities | Fun | Ideas | Teaching | Learning | children | Muslim | Books

16 Sunnah of Eating for kids [FREE PRINTABLE] - Ummi and Kids

Teach your children these 16 simple sunnah of eating for kids and download a free manners of eating printable which contains posters, and activity ideas!

How to Gently Encourage Kids to Pray Salah Step by step

How to gently encourage salah for kids. An age by age guide to teaching kids to pray salah naturally with gentle parenting techniques...

3 Special Months In Islam Coloring Book — Muslimommy

A delightful story and coloring book for your child to learn about the special months of Rajab, Shaban, and Ramadan. It teaches children how to prepare themselves for Ramadan by using a story of growing a garden. Children can color along as they read this whimsical story. Teachers and educators are welcome to download multiple copies for their students. * This is a digital download ebook. * PDF format US Letter Size (8.5” x 11”) * Any issues contact hello@muslimommy.com

Islamic manners for kids | Interactive notebook [Printable]

Chapter 1 of Manners of a Good Muslim: “Be Sincere” Click to download Do you want more of it? Get the remaining 9 chapters of the interactive handbook (40+ pages) Go the full version here Take a look at what’s inside