Lessons for Kids



Teaching Little Ones

This has been my goal for some time now, Alhamdolillah I have begun writing, although it will take some time to type/publish it.For the last couple of years I wanted to write short flyers/lessons for pre schoolers or primary school kids to learn about Islam, Allah, good manners, and Ibadah. But[Continue Reading]


Lesson 1 For Children : Allah

Allah loves all kids. All the kids are muslims. Even though some children are not following Islam, it is not their fault, it is the parents’ and Allah will punish the parents, not the children. Some children have parents [Continue Reading]


Lesson 2 For Children : Salah (Part 01 – Starting)

Salah is the ritual prayer that all Muslims do to connect with Allah and to please Him and to show that we belong to Him and He is our Master. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 3 For Children : Salah (Part 02 – Al Fatiha)

We have to recite the surah from Quraan called Al Fatiha or “The Opening” in every rakat of the prayer. We start our first rakat from the verses we learnt previously and then we recite Al Fatiha. It is always followed by another chapter from the rest of the Quran. Today we will learn [Continue Reading]


Lesson 4 For Children : Salah (Part 03 – Al-Ikhlaas)

After we have recited the Al Fatiha, we recite a chapter of the Quraan. There are 114 chapters of the Quraan including Al-Fatiha and we can recite any of the remaining 113 after Al Fatiha. Since the easiest one to learn is Al-Ikhlaas, today we will learn Al Ikhlaas. Which is chapter number 112. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 5 For Children : Salah (Part 04 – Ruku)

After reciting the Surahs you say Allah u Akbar and do Ruku’. Placing your hands on the knees you bow before your Master and utter repeatedly (either three times or five times or seven). [Continue Reading]


Lesson 6 For Children : Salah (Part 05 – Sujood)

After we say the adhkaar ( praises) in bowing we get up and then saying “Allah-o-Akbar” go down on our knees and put our faces on the floor reciting [Continue Reading]


Lesson 7 For Children : Salah (Part 06 – Tashahhud)

In Lesson 7 we will learn the Tashahhud giving the testimony of faith during salat while sitting down (Jalsah).
After you make sujood twice you raise your head after the second time saying Allah-o-Akbar and sit reverently and recite [Continue Reading]


Lesson 8 For Children : Salah (Part 07 – Durood)

Durood is recited after Tashahhud, we learnt in the previous lesson. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 9 For Children : Salah (Part 08 – Dua)

After Durood, we recite a Dua, which can be any Dua from the Quran or Hadeeth (sayings of the Prophet Peace and Blessings be Upon Him). I will write two Duas here, you can recite whichever one is easy for you. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 10 For Children : Salah (Part 09 – Dua Al-Qunoot)

Here is the Dua Al-Qunoot, which is recited in the last Rak’at of the salat in Salat-al-Witr. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 11 For Children : Wudu

In the lesson we will learn how to make Wudu. It is very important to Always remember all the steps carefully. [Continue Reading]


Lesson 12 For Children : Salawaat Alaa Rasool Allaah ( SAW)

Salawaat Alaa Rasool Allaah ( SAW) [Continue Reading]

6 Responses to Lessons for Kids

  1. nasir says:

    Sallam Alikum is it possible to put the arabic text from beginning to the end for praying i would be grateful if somebody send me the hand written arabic text not the word processed. thank you very much for the lovely leassons

  2. Abdullahe says:

    Please email me the second part of the tashahhud.

  3. Just chanced upon this site- thanks for sharing. I have some downloadables and templates on my site too if you are interested to take a look :)

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