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!
As it is Imam Jaffer Sadiq’s wafat today, I thought this might be a good opportunity to share an amazing resource that’s out there – useful for both parents and teachers alike.
You know how we’re always looking for craft activities to go with certain lessons/days like today? And we usually have to end up making them from scratch? Well, no more! Here is a website that is compiling activities that amazing creative people have thought of and carried out, which gives step-by-step instructions, downloadable templates and photographs of what the finished product should look like. Their aim is to have a one-stop shop where people around the world both contribute their ideas and utilise other people’s ideas, making learning fun and educational for our children, while hassle-free for us.
For today’s wafat, I found this: http://www.madressa.net/arts-and-crafts/personalities/ahlul-bayt/198-make-a-zarih. Make the 6th Imam’s Zarih with your children and use that opportunity to discuss the hadith that you choose to decorate the Zarih with, and also a little about his great life.
P.S. Do you have any other ideas for a craft activity? Do share on this post! I also know that the Creative Resources are looking for more contributions so please e-mail your activities through to email@example.com. The more people that contribute, the bigger the database to choose activities from!