Trying to teach your child the concept of the different times of Salaah? This activity might help!
If you have a child who is in the midst of learning their Salaah, this might be the idea for you! Done by the same creative mum who made the incredibly unique Islamic doll house. 🙂
The Salaah cards can be used to play games to help learning, but ALSO – put up like this, can be a great visual aid for constant reference and reinforcement!
For more info on the game, check out the link below:
Subhanallah! I would actually whole heartedly disagree with the YouTube title below and say that it’s not sad – it’s extremely heart-warming and beautiful 🙂
This wordsearch would be great to consolidate learning on wudhu, especially in the classroom!
P.S. That will be the last wudhu idea – unless you all have more to share? Pls message me if you do!
This is so cute! And i love the verse that Towards Jannah used which sums it up perfectly: As the Almighty tells us in S.Shams, ‘And by the soul and He who perfected it’ ‘He inspired the soul to know what is wrong and right’ (91:7-8)
May Allah help us to keep blowing that flame inside their little hearts Inshallah!
This is a great rhyme to sing with our children as we act out the actions… it has been often used in Madressa classes with success!
(To the tune of Here we go round the Mulberry bush!)
We Are Muslims 1 – WUDU’ (Lyrics)
| Vs. 1 This is the way we make wudu’,|
make wudu’, make wudu’.
This is the way we make wudu’ before we say our prayer.
Vs. 2 This is the way we wash our hands,
Vs. 3 This is the way we wash our mouth,
Vs. 4 This is the way we wash our nose,
Vs. 5 This is the way we wash our face,
Vs. 6 This is the way we wash our arms,
Vs. 7 This is the way we wash our head,
Vs. 8 This is the way we wash our feet,
Vs. 9 Now we are Muslims nice and clean,
Lyrics by Noor Saadeh
Ooh my, it’s a good day for great articles and ideas out there:)
Check out this one on a Salaah Club for children!
We’ve seen someone pray in space, now it’s time to see someone pray in the ocean!
Remember that article shared recently about helping our children love salaah? The author has written again! This time on tips on how she taught them to actually make salaah…