This channel on YouTube looks great – it’s filled with rhymes, stories, clips on Quran, ahadith and more!
Check out Sura Qadr in pictures for example:
We know of Netflix and Amazon Prime, but they come with their problems of indecency, sexuality, etc. The good news is there are alternatives!
- Alchemiya.com is a movie and streaming site for Muslims. The site is gorgeous and has a lot of very interesting documentaries.
- https://en.ifilmtv.com/Series has quite a few series such as Bibi Maryam, Prophet Yusuf, Ashab Kahf, Bibi Maryam, Jamsheed, Stairway to Heaven, etc.
- https://muslimkids.tv is full of Islamic content for children
Zahra Trust has some great series, including this one below of Ahkam in brief:
Check out the other playlists for more videos!
One of the benefits of Ramadan in lockdown has been the amazing videos that have been created to help children keep learning… here are a collection!
Ilm did a four part series on Ramadan:
Kisa Kids did full 30 day series!
As did Noor Kids:
Islam From The Start did a 30 day series on a verse of the Quran a day:
For older kids, there was a series on Sura Yaseen:
Looks like a great documentary to watch with your teens!
This YouTube Channel has a LOT of different videos for a range of different topics, including Muslim Scientists, Attributes of Allah, Islamic stories, stories on the infallibles, Kerbala and more.
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMPQ7WjVm9nnGop2jDhCcFA/playlists
Suitable for all ages.
This one brought me to tears… the story of Bilal ibn-Rabah. Probably better for older children.
The channel is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC34pJmu9qIbfPbz7dsGplMg
This looks really good!
Check out the channel below for all the videos: