Please click on the link below for the third in a series of interactive discussions about the correct Islaamic beliefs, by brother Moosaa Richardson hafizahullaah. This lesson discusses the fact that Allaah is unique and that He is above the heavens.
Please click on the link below for the second in a series of interactive discussions about the correct Islaamic beliefs, by brother Moosaa Richardson hafizahullaah. This lesson discusses some of the things that Allaah provides us with, encouraging us to be grateful to Him for these blessings.
Please click on the link below for an 8 minute lively interactive discussion about Allaah and His creation by brother Moosaa Richardson hafizahullaah. Inshaa~ Allaah your children/students will be fascinated and looking forward to hearing the next part.
Here is an explanation of what the word ‘worship’ means, along with its types and examples of each. There are words to colour in, things to read and questions to answer.
Click here: meaning of worship
Click on the link below for a nice discussion about Allaah’s knowledge. This is the fifth post in the ‘very small kids’ series on beliefs.
Click on the link below for a simple discussion explaining that Allaah is above the heavens, and how we know this. This is the fourth article on beliefs for children under the age of six. It also mentions the importance of truthfulness.
Click on the link below for the third post in the beliefs series for ‘very small kids’.
Click on the link below for a lovely discussion on the existence of Allaah. This is the first in a series of articles on beliefs aimed at children under the age of six years.
This is a poem which explains why it is that we must all worship only Allaah and nothing else. I didn’t use any particular book for it – these points occur in the Qur~aan and are covered in the books of the scholars on creed and belief.
There are several pictures for children to colour in after they have read and understood the poem.
Click here for the poem: Allaah made everything