Dua’a for Love and Unity

Two of your favorite uncles, that you love unconditionally, never talk to each other. As a kid you don’t really understand how that can even happen. You overhear the reason and you think logically, that doesn’t make sense, if they apologize then they can be friends again. Those are the innocent and logical thoughts that […]

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Inspirational Cards for Kids- Praying for the best life!

I always wanted to get something in the mail. It finally happened. It was the summer that I was going into 3rd grade. A colorful envelope with a card came in the mail. I was ecstatic! I kept it forever! It was a du’aa card from my teacher welcoming me to her class in a […]

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GEMS: Love is in the Air *Literally*

When you think of love, who are the top three people that come to mind? When you think of love, how do you describe it? Is it a feeling? In Arabic the feeling of love is ‘hubb’. Love that is apparent and shown through the act of giving is ‘wud’. Which brings us back to […]

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Hadith and Handwriting Series: Evils of Division

We were recently looking for resources to help our upper elementary and middle school students practice their penmanship (in both manuscript and cursive), a skill that seems to be decreasing in these days of technology, more so during the major shift to online learning. This inspired an idea…. To make penmanship lessons more meaningful, we […]

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Mashallah Team Reward System

I have to admit it was one of those weeks when my students where on a roll. They were not perfect but they where doing various acts of of kindness to each other, working as a team, and encouraging each other. Then I remembered an idea one of my 5th graders mentioned to me. Her […]

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Du'aa for Wind Storm

The tornado sirens went off, instead of finishing the last page of our bedtime story, the kids ran to the closet and I grabbed my phone to check the news. Yes, there was another tornado warning. And yes, we take these very seriously! The last time there was a tornado warning the city right next […]

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The Ultimate Arabic Alphabet Bubbled Letters

A super awesome printable that allows you to do endless projects when teaching the Arabic Alphabet. You can print these on white paper or card-stock and have your students or children glue things on them, around the outlines, or just color them in. You can have them glue things on the sheet that start with […]

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Zam Zam Water Du’aa

It’s that time of year again! Yes, EID and BACK TO SCHOOL! Whether your deciding to school virtually, in-person, or home-school – add Zam Zam water to your “Eid” and “Beginning of the School Year” celebration. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach your children the du’aa for Zam Zam water. Also, to remind them […]

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Simple and Beautiful CRAFT to Build the Love for Allah

Here is a great craft idea to build the love of Allah (SWT) that kids are sure to LOVE! The great thing about this activity is that it guarantees a beautiful finish regardless of the age of the kids, with the help of some painter’s tape. Who says it’s limited to kids- adults can definitely […]

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We want to hear from YOU!

We pray that the post and printables on this blog have been of benefit to you, your family, or your students. Is there a printable Du’aa, Hadith, or Ayah you would like to see on the blog? Maybe you need it for your home, classroom, students, friends, halaqa group, or for yourself! Well, let’s make […]

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Hadith and Handwriting Series: Two Hungry Wolves That will Destroy Your Religion

We were recently looking for resources to help our upper elementary and middle school students practice their penmanship (in both manuscript and cursive), a skill that seems to be decreasing in these days of technology, more so during the major shift to online learning. This inspired an idea…. To make penmanship lessons more meaningful, we […]

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Du’aa for Sajdat-Al-Tilawah: Prostration of Recitation when Reciting Qur’an

As I was sitting in the Masjid one day, there was a couple of students having Qur’an class. One student was reciting Suratul Alaq. When the student finished the Surah, she made Sajda (prostration) after the last ayah, then said a du’aa in her Sajda. Her teacher smiled, gave her a high-five, and said “Good […]

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Prophet Yunus: Story & Game

A wonderful way to teach important stories we’d like our children to learn is by telling a story in a creative way.  In this case, we take the stories of the Prophet’s and summarize them in a simple manner while highlighting key words to keep them engaged. As we read the story, we created flash […]

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Islamic Months: Name Plates for all 12 Months!

As a part of our Islamic Months Series, we include a name plate for the specific month to hang and keep track of the Islamic Date. For your convenience, here is a printable with all 12 months in one document! Suggested Instructions: Print on a colored paper of your choice, laminate, and cut. Post on […]

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Bulletin Board Idea: Islamic Months Scramble!

Looking for a great idea for a bulletin board? Well here is an idea for you- the Islamic Months Bulletin Board Scramble! Not only does it help reinforce the Islamic Months, but it is also interactive and allows students to participate and win prizes! After preparing the background of your Bulletin Board, simply print the […]

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