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Imam Mahdi (aj) – Idea 14: Workbooks and Resources on the 12th Imam

Imam Mahdi (aj) – Idea 14: Workbooks and Resources on the 12th Imam

Know your imam 1

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  • Here is a wordsearch on Imam Mahdi (aj) by Islam From The Start
  • The video below has a wonderful activity idea on creating a board about the Imam.

Images needed for this activity are available here.

  • One mum put together a word search and questions on Sura Yasin for kids, as we will be reciting it three times on the 15th night. Check it out here.
  • Kisa Kids have a whole bunch of resources on the Imam, within their Spiritual Season booklets.
  • Here are some crafts and games on the Imam by Imam Mahdi (atjf) Awareness Campaign, including slides and ladders, bunting and more.
  • For older kids, why not get them to make a book just for learnings about the Imam? Then whatever they learn about the Imam can be jotted down or stuck down on there and it can be added to over the years.

  • Also for older kids, this journal has a lot of information about the Imam.

 

 

 

Ramadan Idea 22: Journals/Workbooks/Colouring books for Ramadan

Ramadan Idea 22: Journals/Workbooks/Colouring books for Ramadan

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. I’ve loosely placed them by age, but please note that different resources may suit your child even if they’re not that age!

Toddlers:

4 and older

7 and older

10 and older

14 and older

If you know of anymore, send them to me and will add them on inshallah 🙂

My Children are my Redemption – Bushra Tobah

“Realizing that I hadn’t had a sip of water all day, I thirstily made my way to the kitchen with Zainab in my arm. As my mouth salivated at the sight of the ice-cold glass in my hand, Zainab began kicking her legs excitedly. I knew that she wanted some too. Before taking a sip myself, I put it to her mouth. As I was about to quench my own thirst, Ibrahim ran into the kitchen and said, “Mama, I want mayya (water) too!” So I gave him the rest of that glass.

Then a thought struck me. My children are my redemption. If, as the Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) narrates, a prostitute can go to heaven for having mercy on a cat, then my children can—God willing—be my key to salvation.”

Read the full article here: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/growmama/spirituality/page-diary-children-redemption/