When we first started SUHAYLAkids a few years ago, there were just a handful of resources around to teach Muslim children about Hajj. Alhamdulillah, we are blessed with so many more now: interactive and creative ways for your children to learn about this pillar of Islam. We've compiled our favourites in this blogpost.
Dhul Qa'dah means to sit or to rest. It is the first of the four sacred months (followed by Dhul Hijjah, Muharram and Rajab), during which fighting is forbidden. With this in mind, I decided that we should focus on sibling rivalry, as a theme for the Dhul Qa'dah Mama Book Tour with Shade 7, for the new My First Islamic Months Book.
Sibling rivalry is a pertinent topic for many families and inshaAllah I hope that what I share will be beneficial for us all! Ameen ❤️
The Al-Ghazali Children's Books are some of the most important books available for Muslim children in the world today.
Children around the world have responded positively to these books - they understand and recognise the truths being represented to them.
Learning the Arabic Alphabet is the starting point in teaching your children how to read the Qur'an. Gone are the days where you'd sit memorising the alphabet from a worksheet or book - now there are so many hands-on, interactive ways to teach your mini Muslims the Arabic Alphabet... We're sharing some on our blog!
A selection of Islamic audio books for you and your family to enjoy!
In light of the COVID-19 lockdown, and given that we cannot provide the amazing Ramadan books and Islamic resources to mini Muslims across South Africa as we have in previous years, SUHAYLAkids is sourcing high-quality, authentic Islamic content for your mini Muslims this Ramadan.
In addition to the free Ramadan activity pack for pre-schoolers (details here), free Ramadan decor printables (details here), we have sourced an amazing 66-page Ramadan Journal for Muslim children aged +7 years, generously and kindly prepared by Ummi.org.