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Ramadan Stories From Kids!

Ramadan Stories From Kids!

This is a beautiful little animation aimed at children recounting their first memories of Ramadan and reading the Qur’an. Share it with your little ones today!

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Easing Kids Ramadan Fasting in Steps

Though fasting till puberty is not obligatory in Islam, many children wish to fast during Ramadan. If you are planning to make your children fast for the first time this Ramadan, you need to follow few tips to make it easy and enjoyable for them.

Kids Explain Ramadan

Kids Explain Ramadan

This is adorable! A bunch of small school children explain what Ramadan is and what it means to them in their own words!

The Prophet’s Care for Children

The Prophet’s Care for Children

Children are a great blessing from Allah. With their tender hearts, children can be molded into righteous people only with a positive and tender approach. Islam considers children to be an amanah (trust) given to the family and says it is fard (obligatory) for the family to raise a child in a righteous manner. One should …

Ramadan Sing Along For Kids

Ramadan Sing Along For Kids

Here is a beautiful nasheed for kids to sing along to about Ramadan! Share it with your children and have a sing-along!

What To Do In Ramadan For Children?

What To Do In Ramadan For Children?

What is Ramadan? This is sweet cartoon and nasheed for children explaining what Ramadan is for children! Sit and share it with your children today!

Japanese Comics Help Syrian Refugee Kids

The Arabic translation of Japanese manga comic books about a young child striving to fulfill his dream have become a rare solace for young Syrian refugees, giving them a chance to dream of a better future of their own.

Was the Prophet Muhammad Harsh Towards Children?

Is it not amazing how much the Prophet took younger one’s self-respect and feelings into kind regard, despite his lofty status as the messenger of Allah, who was sent as a means of guidance and a mercy for all of mankind!

Exercise Fosters Child's Academic Performance

Exercise Fosters Child's Academic Performance

Picture a successful architect, lawyer, professor, or any other professional. A common image would include a person with eyeglasses or invisible contact lenses, wearing a properly tailored, neatly pressed grey suit – a suit that hangs on a physically fit body. Whether or not it is socially just, a common stereotype is that a successful person …



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