Saturday, 9 September 2017

Teach about Islam with these Muslim kids activities

Muslim kids activities always helped me a lot to teach my kids and I hope these will also help you.

 All children love to Draw. And education starts with coloring and drawing activities.We also can use colors and draw to teach kids many things in Islam.It's a best and simple method to teach verbal things like names of the things. Practice and hand made drawing also leaves a long time impact on kids mind. And with the help of a little discussion, we can transform knowledge related to that activity.
I use drawing mostly to teach my kids about facts of the world science and religion. Religious knowledge is always hard to teach and kids get bored while we try to teach them. But if we make it a little fun it really works.
In this article, you can find drawing about animals and birds mentioned in Quran, about times of five prayers, creations of Allah, Arabic alphabets, good dead tree and a pencil sketch of the concept of Jannah.

Muslim kids activities
Insects and birds mentioned in Qura'n

Muslim kids activities
Animals mentioned in Qura'n

Muslim kids activities
Times of the Five Prayers

Muslim kids activities
Creations of Allah/Day And Night

Muslim kids activities
Alphabet Train to learn Arabic alphabets

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Good deeds tree or Tree of Adam A.S

Muslim kids activities
Concept of Jannah

My son made it by himself and enjoyed. And Alhamdolilah he now remembered all these things by heart. Otherwise in such a young age of 6 its hard to memorize these types of things. We can make and do much more stay tuned with me to get and share much of yours.

Share your experience how your kids used to learn these things. Also, let me know Which religious lesson is much hard to teach kids?
Adiba Anwar
Also, see my these link to teach about Islam

8 comments:

  1. This is such a sweet idea! Fantastic way to encourage kids to learn about religion whilst having fun. :) x

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  2. You are right, children love drawing. I did a lot of drawing as a child and I loved art class at school. My little cousins can be kept happily occupied with paper and crayons. So this is a nice way to teach kids.

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  3. I like this idea of learning through drawing. Children find it easier to remember things they see a picture of. Thanks for sharing❤️

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  4. Learning should always be fun no matter what age you are! My son's a bit young to understand things like this but we still love to colour and make squiggle pictures lol

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  5. Everyone learns differently, even children. I think it should be made fun because it makes the children want to learn more and when it comes to Islamic studies you want them to want to learn. (www.spicyfusonkitchen.com and www.beautywithzainy.com)

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  6. Art surely is an excellent way of teaching children! Love your ideas, sister!

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  7. You're so very right sister, kids love to draw and what could be better than art to teach them about religion. Nice post, thanks for sharing.

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  8. Wow I must say your son is talented! To be able to draw all that at his age :) Kids love drawing so it is a beautiful way of learning about Islam that way mA. Great ideas and would take this up when my kids are older.

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