Alhamd there is so much out there now for our children to help them benefit from the month. Here is a round up – including both those for purchase, and those available as a free download. I’ve loosely placed them by age, but please note that different resources may suit your child even if they’re not that age!
- Toddler Worksheets by Um Aimen
- Colouring pages to occupy the little ones by Allah to Z
- A Quran based 30 Day Colouring Book by Darul Arqam
- Ramadan Colouring Book
- https://ramadancalendar.ca/downloads/ – has colouring books and more
4 and older
- Kisa Kids have several amazing resources for teaching lessons every Ramadhan. Check them all out here.
- Ramadan Activity Pack (For children under 7) by Homely Hammock
- My Ramadan Diary by Seek Perfection (4-7 year olds)
- Ramadankidz2020 colouring sheets/questions
- Salamoji Ramadhan 2019 Workbook by Zahra Trust
- Salamoji Ramadhan 2020 Workbook by Zahra Trust
- Ramadhan Activity Pack by Smart Ark
- Ramadhan Activity Pack 2 by Smart Ark
- Ramadan Activity Book by CraftZilla Oman
- Learning Roots Ramadan Activity Book
- Ramadan and Fasting Activity Book by Discover Islam Sticker Activity Book
- Family Ramadan Planner
7 and older
10 and older
- Ramadhan Journal by Sh. Azhar Nasser (10 and older)
- Salamoji Daily Dua Book by Zahra Trust
- Ahkam Handbook by Zahra Trust
- 30 Day Shukr Journal by Fatema Meghjee
- Family Ramadhan Planner by Tasbih Project
14 and older
- Ramadhan Diary by The Qur’an Project (Children ages 14 and older)
- Ramadan planner by Lubna Zaidi
- Ramadan Planner by Zahra Kaneezan
- Ramadan Journal 2020 by Jaffari Education
If you know of anymore, send them to me and will add them on inshallah 🙂
It made my heart smile to see this!
A little one’s letter to the Imam, using the Letters to my Imam Journal by Buzz Ideazz 🙂
he next batch of Buloogh Ideas is all about acknowledging that your daughter is now entering a new phase of life…
One mum had a lovely idea of collecting messages for her daughter from all the people who knew her – family, friends – school and otherwise, teachers, etc.
The result was one lovely journal full of memories and advice for the years ahead, which I’m sure she will cherish forever!
As well as reading books, journals can allow the girls to learn by writing and thinking about this time in their life.
- This awesome journal allows girls to document this special new journey in their life!
Using the word ‘Baligha’ as an acrostic poem, the following topics are covered in a clear and beautiful manner:
B: Beautiful (cleanliness and inner beauty)
A: Awareness (of fiqh, salaat, physical changes)
L: Little Lady Quiz
I: Intention (wajib)
G: Genes (relationships and geneology)
H: Hijab (declaration of identity)
A: Aspiration (Micro and macro goals)
Each section has a place for your child’s own notes and thoughts, as well as quizzes, personal information, and even a space to design their own hijabs!
There is a PDF available but I would highly recommend ordering a physical copy – nothing beats that!
- This Salaat Journal teaches them the accountability of their Salaah and to be mindful of any missed/kadha salaah:
- And here’s a journal you can download and print that one mum made for her daughter
So in the Iraq series, we talk about encouraging our children to keep a journal to write their thoughts/duas in, make a scrapbook with all their mementos in, and we also mentioned the importance of having child-friendly information about the trip.
Alhamdulillah, all these three concepts have been incorporated into our latest product – the Umrah Journal!
It is with the printers and will be with us early next week so please do get in touch if you would like us to send out a copy straight away to Inshallah get to you in time. Alternatively, we can arrange a mutually convenient time to pass them on!
Here are a collection of resources on Laylatul Qadr and also on Imam Ali (as)’s shahadat. They are often intertwined so i have placed them under one post.
- My Laylatul Qadr Journal by Buzz Ideazz (Children aged 7 to 15)
- Laylatul Qadr booklet by Islam From The Start
- Laylatul Qadr booklet for older children by Towards Jannah
- Laylatul Qadr Amaal and Activity Book for younger children by Towards Jannah
- Laylatl Qadr Amaal Lapbook by Towards Jannah
- Booklet on the 19th of Ramadan for children and youth by Jaffari Tabligh Committee
- Booklet on the 23rd of Ramadan for children by Jaffari Tabligh Committee
- Booklet on the 23rd of Ramadan for youth by Jaffari Tabligh Committee
- 21st Ramadan Activity Booklet on Imam Ali (as)
- 23rd Ramadan Activity Booklet on the Quran
- Imam Ali (as) Story Booklet
- Imam Ali (as) Colouring Book AND video by Islam From The Start
- My Laylatul Qadr Amaal Book
- A Powerpoint on Laylatul Qadr
- My Sura Qadr workbook by QFatima
- Sura Qadr Activity by Towards Jannah
- Imam Ali’s Will by Towards Jannah
- An Activity on Sura Ankabut by Towards Jannah
- An Activity on Sura Rum by Towards Jannah
- An Activity on Sura Dukhan by Towards Jannah
- Munajat of Imam Ali for kids by Towards Jannah
- I want to be like Imam Ali (as) booklet by Teaching Young Muslims
- Laylatul Qadr Booklet by Teaching Young Muslims
Hope it is handy, and pls keep Buzz Ideazz in your duas!
Idea 5: Keep a Diary/Journal
Journalling is a little more than a dairy, so which one you choose to encourage your children to keep depends on their age and capability. A diary is simply an account of the day’s events, whereas a journal encourages reflection on those events.
Either way, keeping one is an amazing way to note down important events, memories, thoughts, goals and more…and they will hopefully be treasures in the future when you look back on the trip, and even after years, Inshallah!
P.S. Buzz is working on something special along this theme…can’t wait until it’s ready, Inshallah!