12 Beautiful Mosque Crafts for Kids

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Arts and crafts is a great way to get children excited when learning about Islam. In many of our lives, the mosque plays a crucial central role. From the congregational prayers, to the classes and social gatherings, the masjid is a central part of our daily lives. For others, who are not fortunate to live close to a mosque, parents can struggle to instil a love of the masjid in the hearts of their children.

It is reported by Abu Huraira that the Prophet (pbuh) said:

“The most beloved of places to Allah are the mosques, and the most hated places to Allah are the markets.” Sahih Muslim 671

We are also told, in the famous hadith below, that of the seven people under the shade of Allah (swt) on the day of Judgement, will be those whose hearts are attached to the mosque:

It was reported by Abu Huraira, that the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said,

There are seven whom Allah will shade in His Shade on the Day when there is no shade except His Shade: a just ruler; a youth who grew up in the worship of Allah, the Mighty and Majestic; a man whose heart is attached to the mosques; two men who love each other for Allah’s sake, meeting for that and parting upon that; a man who is called by a woman of beauty and position (for illegal intercourse), but be says: ‘I fear Allah’, a man who gives in charity and hides it, such that his left hand does not know what his right hand gives in charity; and a man who remembered Allah in private and so his eyes shed tears.'” Bukhari (629) & Muslim (2248),

It’s also worth remembering that if our children feel attached to the mosque, it will strengthen their sense of Islamic identity and get them excited about Islam, and be proud to be Muslim!

Here are 12 beautiful Mosque crafts that you can do with your children, to help nurture a love of the masjid in their hearts.


Paper Mosque Lantern

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For full instructions on how to make this beautiful lantern, along with the template, click HERE.


Watercolour Mosque Silhouette Pictures


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Full directions for this striking silhouette water picture can be found HERE, along with the templates for the mosques.


Mosque Sponge Painting


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If you would like to make this fun and simple mosque craft with your children, CLICK HERE for instructions.


Turkish Blue Mosque Kids Craft


Turkish blue mosque kids craft


To make these beautiful blue domes, inspired by the mosques in Turkey, CLICK HERE.


Mosque Greeting Cards


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Your children can make their own mosque cards using this Islamic Card Making Kit. These would be perfect for Ramadan, Eid or any celebration!


Cereal Box Scenery


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Isn’t this clever! For more instructions on how to construct your own mosque scene with a cereal box, CLICK HERE!


Chocolate Cookie Masjid



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This beautiful and delicious masjid is the perfect crafts for any budding chef! CLICK HERE for full directions.


3-D Mosque Model


3-D mosque model

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If you would like to make this impressive 3D model of a mosque, CLICK HERE!


Mosque Collage


Mosque Collage

CLICK HERE for instructions, so you can make a pretty mosque collage too!


Papier Mache Mosque

Papier Mache Mosque


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Isn’t this incredible! For more details CLICK HERE.


Masjid Centre Piece


Masjid Centre Piece

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Full details and a FREE PRINTABLE of this masjid centre piece are available HERE!


Mosque City


Mosque City

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Details of how you can make this beautiful mosque city are available HERE.


These were our top picks of the 12 most Beautiful Mosque Crafts for Children!

As you can see, there are so many different mosque craft ideas, that I’m sure you can find something that you and your children will enjoy doing together.

Do you enjoy doing arts and crafts with your children? Have you ever used art to teach them about Islam? Please let us know in the comments below.

Also, if you are a blogger and have done a mosque craft, please feel free to share your link in the comments section.