- KISA Kids have a whole bunch of stories and project ideas available as both free and paid downloads. Check them out here: https://kisakids.org/islamic-projects-d/
- ztmedia.org/muharramworkbook – Salamoji Muharram Workbook for younger kids available for free download
3. Muharram Reflections & Mini Momin Arbaeen:
7. And how about these posters, which can be great desktop backgrounds as well: http://awaitingangels.co.tz/downloadables/ We made the awesome images by Awaiting Angels into a Memory game! A great way to learn more about the Heroes of Kerbala – for me as well as the kids!
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:
- My Ramadan Diary by Seek Perfection (Children aged 4 to 6)
- Ramadan Diary by Seek Perfection (Children aged 7 to 10)
- My Ramadhan Diary – With Duas by Umm Ally
- My Laylatul Qadr Journal by Buzz Ideazz (Children aged 7 to 15)
- Ramadhan Journal by Sh. Azhar Nasser (10 and older)
- Ramadhan Diary by The Qur’an Project (Children ages 14 and older)
- Ramadan Jewels – An interactive Dua and A’maal Companion (based on teachings of Ahlul Bayt)
- Ramadan Activity Book by QFatima
- Salamoji Ramadhan Workbook by Zahra Trust
- Ramadhan Activity Pack by Smart Ark
- Ramadhan Activity Pack 2 by Smart Ark
- Ramadan Activity Book by CraftZilla Oman
- Ramadan Activity Pack (For children under 7) by Homely Hammock
- Learning Roots Ramadan Activity Book
- Kisa Kids have several amazing resources for teaching lessons every Ramadhan. They also have a really nice journal for those fasting for the first time since becoming baaligh. Check them all out here.
- Colouring pages to occupy the little ones by Allah to Z
- A Quran based 30 Day Colouring Book by Darul Arqam
- Ramadan Journal for Kids by A Muslim Homeschool
- 30 Day Shukr Journal by Fatema Meghjee
- Ramadan and Fasting Activity Book by Discover Islam Sticker Activity Book
If you know of anymore, send them to me and will add them on inshallah 🙂
There are some great resources out there now, Alhamdulillah! Although they aren’t on Umrah in particular, the concepts are the same (Hajj will have some extra info – which is always handy to know anyway and can come in useful when going to see those important sites such as Mina, Muzdalifah, etc).
Not only will they be beneficial for the kids to learn, it will also give them something nice and useful to do when sitting in the haram
Here is a workbook on Hajj for kids by Qfatima:http://www.qfatima.com/index.php/q-shop/qcalendar-qshop/infants-hajj-workbook-detail
And a workbook on Hajj for older children:http://www.hujjatbookshop.co.uk/tayyiba/hajj-islamic-funbooks.html
And here’s one for the Prophet when in Medina:http://www.hujjatbookshop.co.uk/tayyiba/the-holy-prophet-islamic-funbooks.html
Idea No 11: Reinforce their Learning with Workbooks
When some recently asked if there were any worksheets for children on this topic, I was reminded of these gems! They are recommended for children aged 4-6 and 7-9.
Alhamdulillah, they are now available online for people to download and use straight away.
Here is one for older children (7 and up): http://www.buzzideazz.com/shop/tears-for-my-imam-journal/
UPDATE: Alhamdulillah there have been many amazing resources emerge. Check out this page which is constantly being updated: http://www.buzzideazz.com/muharram-resources-for-children-and-classes/