Category: Kid’s Corner

The Greatest Love Photo

 

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Amazing Photo secretly taken of little Muslim girl with strong Love towards the Almighty God (Allah), praying and expressing her praise and devotion to Him in her family home

(Virtual  Daily Message of Ramadan / Islamic Society of Western Mass) 

“the early generation of Righteous Muslims used to supplicate for 6 months to allow them to reach Ramadan safely,  and then they will then pray for another 6 months for Allah to accept from them their acts of worship in Ramadan”.(Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali – Classical Muslim scholar – Lataif al-Ma’arif)  more: Islamport

 

Why Asking a Little Kid to Say, “I’m Sorry” Can Be Wrong, and What They Should Say Instead

Why Asking a Little Kid to Say, “I’m Sorry” Can Be Wrong, and What They Should Say InsteadParents want their kids to be polite and know how to take responsibility for their actions. And apologizing is a big part of this. We’re all used to hearing a simple “sorry” and think it’s enough. However, there should be more to an apology than just one word and your child should know it.

We at Bright Side think it’s important to teach your kid to say sorry because then they’ll learn to care more about others. Here’s how to do it the right way!….more: brightside

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Image result for islamwebkidsBoys & Girls is the best Islamic educational site to teach children and entertain them through educational and entertainment cartoon video clips. Cartoon …..Visit:  Islam web Kids

 

Ramadan – PBS Kids

I have a pen pal named Ayah who is Muslim. During the Islamic month of Ramadan, she fasts from sunrise to sunset every day. (That means she doesn’t eat or drink a thing all day!) Muslims believe that during the month of Ramadan, their holy book (the Quran) was sent from God to guide the people. MORE PBS

 

 

The Library of Secrets

For a thousand years, Muslim civilisation stretched from southern Spain as far as China. From the 7th century onwards, scholars of many faiths built on the ancient knowledge of the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, making breakthroughs that paved the way for the Renaissance. The discoveries made by men and women in Muslim civilisation have left their mark on the way we live today. 1001 Inventions uncovers a thousand years of science and technology that had a huge but hidden impact on the modern world.More