This blog is all about the amazing IDEAZZ that are around to make all the different aspects of Islam, from the Prophet’s birthday to marking the day of Friday, fun and appealing to our little ones! Please follow along and most of all, send in your fab ideazz to share with all…
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This beautiful gift idea was sent in… a bookmark with a saying from Imam Ali (as). Check out the wonderful responses too 🙂
Here is what they said!
“We’d like to share with you the gift we gave to our neighbours this Eid. Alhamdulillah it was much appreciated as a gesture of kindness and a step in the direction of bringing faiths together. It’s a 3D printed bookmark with the saying of Imam Ali (a.s). The neighbours in our area are mostly elderly so we thought a bookmark would be more appropriate than sweets!”
Another green (albeit a different type of green!) idea 🙂 A plant is always a lovely gift to receive! And I love the message of growth…
Here’s an environmentally friendly gift – perfect for today’s day where we are all trying to be green 🙂
Love the poem that goes with it too!
Another TEA-cher gift idea! What’s really cool about this is the hijabi 😉 We have plenty of gifts for teachers as mainstream, but something that’s clearly Muslim is a treat!
Coaster and cup available at www.deezart.co.uk
Love these highlighters and the message to go with them! Useful and thoughtful too!
Wireless power banks as a gift for Ramadan teachers – love it!
Who doesn’t love some Nerds?! And what better way to end Ramadan by becoming Nerds on the subject of Allah (swt)!
This gift was given to teachers of the classes for girls over the month of Ramadan.
The tag says it all: ‘Together we help “quench” the “thirst” for knowledge! We appreciate you!’
And the gift is something that helps reduce plastic consumption, so win-win!
- My Laylatul Qadr Journal by Buzz Ideazz (Children aged 7 to 15)
- A whole bunch of Laylatul Qadr resources for children 3 to 7 years, including:
- Imam Ali (as) Story Booklet
- Nahjul Balagha Activity
- Activity for 21st Night on Imam Ali (as)
- Activity for 23rd Night on the Qur’an
- My Laylatul Qadr Amaal Book
Hope it is handy, and pls keep Buzz Ideazz in your duas!