Zaky and his friends are playing in the fields when they hear the adhaan from a nearby mosque. Eveyones goes to make wudu but Abraham is missing. Zaky find him and realises that Abraham doesnt know how to make wudu or pray.
A delightful, easy step by step guide for children (or even new Muslims) on how to perform the Islamic Prayer (salaah). A step by step guide for how to make ablution (wudu) is also included. Zanib Mian’s easy to understand explanations, make this book another must-have for Muslim Children.
“A novel and easy approach to learning wudu and prayer. Very practical and well illusreated. Imaginative and simple.” – Dr Musharraf Hussain Al-Azhari OBE
Cotton Candy Sky, the much anticipated sequel to Allah Made Everything, is a playful and light-hearted song that can be enjoyed by young and old. It takes us on an enchantingly descriptive journey through nature and colour, whilst highlighting the importance of trust, love and gratitude.
We, as human beings need to realise that as much as we try, we will never be in control of everything, instead we need to place our trust and reliance in Allah the Almighty and be consciously aware of the fact that He is in control of everything, and at the end everything falls perfectly into place according to His perfect plan.
The official Cotton Candy Sky video featuring Omar Regan conveys these exact sentiments, telling the story of a teacher taking his kids on camp. Initially he is hell-bent on being in control but later on learns an invaluable lesson taught to him by the kids themselves. Omar initially sees the world around him with his preconceived notions of fear and distrust, however later he is able to appreciate the very same surroundings through the unfiltered eyes of a child. Kids are naturally born on the fitra (natural disposition) and have an inborn awareness of Allah and placing our trust in Him. Ultimately this song aims to bring about that very awareness in both our children, and ourselves.
Most parents can teach their children how to pray and read the Qur’an, but we often struggle to enable them to be able to apply simple Islamic concepts to the way they perceive and react to life’s challenges, and to have a peaceful, reflective outlook. Lovingly written by Zanib Mian, The Young Muslim’s Mindful Book of Wellbeing is every child’s comforting companion; something to turn to when they need to be reassured, inspired, motivated and lifted – all because of Allah T’aala. Through this book, children can develop a deeply spiritual mind-set and sense of well-being insha’Allah.
Contents of book:
Real Happiness and How to Find it
A Way Out of Every Problem
The Bigger Picture
How to Feel OK If You Wanted Something, butDidn’t Get It.
Jealousy and Being Happy With What You Have
Negative Thoughts vs Positive Thoughts
How to Deal With Worry and Bad Expectations
Getting Closer to Allah Through Nature
Talking to Allah
Be Bored and Breathe
How to Let Go of Things That Have Already happened
As a parent, do you find it hard to sit with and revise with your child because you don’t feel confident in your own tajweed or pronunciation? Or do you simply not have the time to sit with them at home?
As a madrasah headteacher, do you see your students falling behind in lessons because they’re not revising at home?
Lack of revision at home is the single most common reason behind slow progress in the Qaida, leading to months, if not years of frustration for everyone, not to mention a negative learning experience which your child may associate the Quran with for life.
Wouldn’t it be great if children could just revise at home, without the need for parent’s supervision and at the same time, you could be confident that they are listening to the words being pronounced perfectly? That would free up your time and accelerate their progress through the Qaida allowing them to finish in less than half the time.
Well, that’s exactly what Kiitab does for you.
This clever little device understands where your child is on a page and is able to read out anything they touch.
This means your child can listen to any word being perfectly pronounced without the need to have your class teacher’s presence.
Double tap a word and Kiitab will also explain its rules to you, making it easier for your to understand what’s going on in each lesson.
Touch the icons at the top of your compatible Read and Rise book and KiiTab will start to play gameswith your child.
These games boostspeed of recognition, making the experience a lot more fun and improves your child’s reading progress.
Kiitab is light, portable and so simple to use, that a child can take it with them wherever they go making revision at home something that can be done independently by a child.
This will free up parents time at home and a teachers time in class, confident in the knowledge that your child is listening to the words being perfectly pronounced each time.
KiiTab has enhanced speaker quality, so sounds are easy and clear to understand.
Children can however, use headphones if you don’t wish to disturb others while learning.
KIITAB COMES WITH A ONE-YEAR MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY.
The Read & Rise book along with Kiitab allow your child to revise their madrasah lessons at home while listening to the words being pronounced perfectly and with little need of your supervision. This accelerates their progress and makes the experience a lot more fun along the way.
The set includes, which has been developed and tested by Learning Roots and in used thousands of madrasahs, schools and homes around the world, includes; Read and Rise book and Pen.
After finding mummy unwell in bed, Zara and Hakeem help with the chores but everyone keeps on sneezing
Quote from the author
“As a mum I found that babies and toddlers love it when you make animated sounds when reading, therefore repeating ‘Alhamdulillah’ along with sneezing sounds it will help them link these sounds and words together.”
Our ‘Coolness of our eyes’ baby gift set is presented in a fabulous aluminium tin making it an ideal gift to welcome a newborn baby or to gift any baby up to 12 months old, should it be for Eid or simply because you want to truly spoil them!
From our Arabic Alphabet range of tableware for your mini Muslim, this beautiful plate has great depth and a large rim to prevent food falling. This stain-resistant and versatile plastic can be used for dinner and picnics alike!
A creative way to get your mini Muslim to finish their meal whilst learning their Arabic alphabet.
This wonderfully illustrated notebook is the perfect addition to any young Muslimah’s stationery collection. Great for writing stories, doodling or practicing handwriting. Ideal for home schooling children and would make a perfect gift.
This song book is based on the lyrics of the well-loved children’s song Cotton Candy Sky, by renowned singer and songwriter Zain Bhikha.
Cotton Candy Sky takes us on an enchantingly descriptive journey through nature and colour, and highlights the importance of trust and gratitude in life. As much as we try, we will never be in control of everything. Lows are followed by highs, sadness is followed by smiles. Just as clouds come with rain, soon they will be blown away to reveal the cotton candy sky again.
Packed with colourful illustrations corresponding with the animated video recently released.