Allah is the Creator of all things.
Allah is the Creator of the plants and animals.
Allah is the Creator of the stars and the sun, the earth and the moon.
Allah is the Creator of the oceans and mountains.
Allah is the Creator of the angels and the unseen worlds.
Allah is the Creator of you and I.
Allah is the Creator of all things.
Read and animated by M.Ibrahim (8 y.o), Edited by Rahmah
The Ka’aba is the symbolic House of Allah. It is in the centre of Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah. Every Muslim on the planet faces the Ka’aba when performing salah. Isn’t that amazing?
Would you like to know some more amazing things about the Ka’aba?
Here are ten things about the Ka’aba that you probably didn’t know.
1. The Ka’aba is the only building on earth to have had three Prophets build it
Prophet Ibrahim and his son Prophet Ismail built the Ka’aba when Allah commanded them to build a house of worship. Many centuries later when the Ka’aba was being Continue reading →
Below you will find printable matching worksheets for Preschoolers
These Matching objects worksheets could help children (Preschool/Nursery) to practice their thinking skills and fine motor skills as they draw lines connecting matching objects. Also could provide a learning opportunity to introduce or reinforce left and right
1. Reading and Remembering
2. Group Exercise
3. Brain Storming
4. Colouring and Writing
1. A: Allah
The Oneness of Allah (Tawheed), recognize some of the attributes of Allah.
2. B: Brother
How to interact with other people according to Islam.
3. C: Creation
Allah is the Creator of everything that exists.
4. D: Dua
The importance, benefits and power of dua.
5. E: Educate Continue reading →
Title: The Muslim Family Guide to Successful Homeschooling
Author: Sister Jamila Alqarnain
This handbook is a valuable tool full of advice from Muslim families who successfully homeschool their children. The Muslim Family Guide to Successful Homeschooling not only motivates and encourages, but also describes in ‘real life’ experience how to teach your own. We all want our kids to become lifelong enthusiastic learning Mu’min. The Muslim Family Guide to Successful Homeschooling can help you teach your children to develop the attitudes to do just that. In essence, your attitudes, outlook and guidance based on Islamic educational tradition that is best done everyday at home. This book will help show you how its done. In sha Allah!
Alhamdulillah, I’m happy to have had the opportunity to try out this amazing program from the Understand the Qur’an Academy (UQA) for 30 days. MashaAllah, the teacher is really knowledgeable! May Allah reward him and his team for all the efforts for helping us to understand the book of Allah.
When learning to read from the Qur’an, the first thing that needs to be learnt is the tajweed. This is the way in which the prophet used to recite and therefore we should follow in his footsteps. Once we learn how to read the Qur’an, it also helps to understand the words and their meanings. This is what the course by the UQA entails, a person gains the ability to understand the meaning of every single word!
My experience with UQA has been great! I’ve been looking for an effective way to know the meaning of the Qur’an without having to learn the Arabic language first. Continue reading →
Saying Subhana Allah when seeing the lightning or hearing the thunder is a supererogatory act.
Abu Dawood reported in his book of ‘Maraseel’ from Ubaidullah Ibn Abi J’afar that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) said: “If you hear the thunder say ‘Subhana Allah’ but do not say ‘Allahu Akbar’“ .
Ibn Jarir also reported from Abu Hurairah (Radiya Allahu Anhu) that he said: “The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) used to say when hearing the thunder:
“سبحان من يسبح الرعد بحمده” (Glorified is He Whom the thunder glorifies and praises)“ . Continue reading →