Day 26 to 30

Asalam alaykum to you all and a final welcome back to the last post in our ‘Educating Children in Ramadan’ series.

Pupils will now be looking forward to enjoying a blessed Eid after a very unique Ramadan during the coronavirus lockdown. The recommended free resources in this post provide a combination of practical activities and important learning.

It’s important we try to make the day enjoyable and memorable for pupils. It may not be possible for them to visit friends and family but the sharing of Eid cards and gifts will go a long way to help them feel connected to their loved ones. This is also a rare opportunity for children to put their knowledge of Eid into practice by performing the mandatory and recommended actions.

Finally, adults and children alike should feel encouraged to reflect on what has been a difficult time. We have been temporarily been removed from the lives we are used to but still have a great deal to be thankful for. We have learned so much in this blessed month, much of which will benefit us in the coming weeks and months.

We hope you have found this series beneficial in some way and have enjoyed the resources which will, insha’Allah, continue to serve you and your students. Please feel free to send us an email at info@madrassah.co.uk if you have any queries or comments. Any feedback you would like to give would be gratefully appreciated.

From all of us at Madrassah.co.uk, we wish you immense blessings in these magical last nights of Ramadan and an especially joyous and wondrous Eid.

Recommended for teachers

Eid Sequence Cards
This is a fun and engaging resource for younger children to help them learn about Eid.
















 


 

Day 21 to 25

Asalam alaykum to you all and welcome back to our ‘Educating Children in Ramadan’ series, which aims to bring a range of excellent teaching and learning resources, available for free at Madrassah.co.uk. We are now into the final ten days of the blessed month and although our attention may be turning towards our Eid celebrations, we shouldn’t neglect the immense blessings and rewards that can be gained in the final third of Ramadan.

With this in mind, our selection in this post focuses on reflecting on our Ramadan journey and learning about a noble personality from the early days of Islam as well as duas and activities designed to maximise our learning of the faith.

As always, our recommendations have something for everyone, whether it’s teachers who are still providing Madrassah education to pupils, parents at home with their children or students who are looking for resources to aid their self-learning.

Our final post for Day 26 to 30 will be published in a few short days where we will turn our focus towards Eid-ul-Fitr. Feel free to email us at info@madrassah.co.uk if you have any queries or comments.

Recommended for teachers

Lady Ruqayya
A biography of the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Ramadan Road Map
A fun way for children to track their Ramadan journey so far.

 

Recommended for parents

Five Fun Activities
Simple and fun ways to keep young children engaged in Ramadan during lockdown.

7 Virtues of Ramadan
This colouring book teaches children the virtues and rewards of Ramadan.

Recommended for students

40 Rabbanas
A compilation of 40 short duas from the noble Quran.

My Ramadan Record Book
A detailed record book to help pupils during Ramadan. Includes duas and an explaination of Zakat.

 

 


 

Day 16 to 20

Asalam alaykum once again. We hope you are enjoying our series so far, which showcases a range of free teaching and learning resources available at Madrassah.co.uk. This is our fourth post of the month with two more to follow. Please keep reading to view and download our recommended resources aimed at teachers, parents and students to make the most of their Islamic learning this Ramadan.

 

 

Recommended for teachers

Lady Ruqayya
A biography of the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Ramadan Road Map
A fun way for children to track their Ramadan journey so far.

 

Recommended for parents

Five Fun Activities
Simple and fun ways to keep young children engaged in Ramadan during lockdown.

7 Virtues of Ramadan
This colouring book teaches children the virtues and rewards of Ramadan.

Recommended for students

40 Rabbanas
A compilation of 40 short duas from the noble Quran.

My Ramadan Record Book
A detailed record book to help pupils during Ramadan. Includes duas and an explaination of Zakat.

 

Our final post for Days 26 to 30 will be published in a few short days where we will turn our focus towards Eid-ul-Fitr.


Day 11 to 15

Asalam alaykum and welcome to our third post, highlighting our recommended free teaching and learning resources available at Madrassah.co.ukFor those of you visiting for the first time, this series is aimed at teachers who are looking for publications that will aid their pupils’ learning during Ramadan. We have also recommended resources for parents who are teaching their children at home as well as students who are visiting the page independently.

As we enter the middle third of the blessed month we can advance pupils’ basic understanding of Ramadan and Islam and start discussing important personalities from the time of the blessed Prophet as well as touching on Hadith and the names of Allah almighty in an engaging way.

We hope you enjoy using these resources – please feel free to contact us if you would like to recommend something to us. Our email address is info@madrassah.co.uk

Recommended for teachers

Ramadan Workbook (Level 1)
This activity workbook answers questions about Ramadan and Eid while keeping students engaged with colouring and drawing.

Biography of Khadija (RA) and worksheet
This biography of Khadija (RA) and follow-up activity worksheet will help students learn reflect and understand the life of the Prophet’s first wife.

 

Recommended for parents

Names of Allah – Al Wadood
This resource provides an explanation of one of Allah’s 99 names for children.

A-Z Quran
This is a tool that children can use to memorise some Quranic verses.
Each letter of the English alphabet represents a translated word from an ayah.

Recommended for students

My Little Book About Ramadan
A beautifully illustrated book designed for younger children to learn about Ramadan and Eid.

Hadith of the Day
A activity book for children to write and draw picture of hadiths, providing a fun way to learn about the sayings of the blessed Prophet (pbuh).

 

We look forward to our Day 16 to 20 update soon, insha‘Allah. Our earlier posts can be viewed below.

 

 


Day 6 to 10

Asalam alaykum and welcome to our second post of free teaching and learning resources for pupils during Ramadan We hope you and the students you are teaching are benefitting immensely from the blessings of the holy month and pray you continue to do so.

Our Day 6 to 10 post of recommended free resources covers not only the topic of Ramadan but also contains stories from the Quran and explanations about the beauty of Allah’s creation. It’s a perfect time for students to remember the life of the holy Prophet and reflect on his journey as well as for parents to teach children about rain and how the water cycle works.

Also included are some activities for pupils not only during Ramadan but also for Friday prayers, hopefully gaining more appreciation for the blessed day during lockdown measures. 

Recommended for teachers

Islam for Younger People
This classic book for young children explains Islam through stories and activities.

Seerah Notebook
A structured tool to assist with the teaching of the Prophet’s life.

 

Recommended for parents

Pitter-Patter-Pitter
A lovely illustrated story book explaining the water cycle.

Stories from the Quran
A fun Ramadan activity booklet which also helps develop drawing skills.

Recommended for students

Ramadan Activity Pack
A wide range of Ramadan activities providing a fun way to learn about fasting.

Jumu’ah Activity Booklet
An activity book on Friday prayers and etiquettes.

 

Our Day 11 to 15 update will be posted in a few days, insha‘Allah! You can view our recommended resources for Day 1 to 5 below.

 


Day 1 to 5

Asalam alaykum and a blessed Ramadan Kareem to you all.

Ramadan is a time of reflection and learning for us and it is important for our communities to ensure young Muslims – especially the ones near and dear to us – benefit from the sacred month just as much as anyone else.

To help, the team at Madrassah.co.uk has put together a small collection of free resources which we feel will benefit not only teachers who will continue to educate their students during Ramadan, but also parents who would like to make the most of the blessed month to engage with their children and learn together as well as students who are visiting the website and are looking for resources to assist with self-learning.

We will publish this collection in blocks every five days throughout Ramadan. We hope and pray you benefit from these resources and gain maximum rewards from the holy month.

Recommended for teachers

Ramadan Tutor
Duas, stories, activities and puzzles to keep students engaged while learning.
Ramadan Planner
A planner designed to assist with prayers, Quran reading and much more.

 

Recommended for parents

What Breaks a Fast?
Bright and colourful illustration to show young children what breaks a fast.
Ramadan Activity Book
A fun Ramadan activity booklet which also helps develop drawing skills.

Recommended for students

My Ibadah Chart
Track your good deeds and increase your rewards from Allah.
Sawn Activity Booklet
Activities to help increase your understanding of Ramadan.

 

All of the above are free to download.

Stay tuned for our Day 6 to 10 update, insha‘Allah!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended for parents

Make Your Own Eid Card
A simple way for students to create an Eid card to send to friends and family. Also contains information on what to do on Eid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended for students

Eid Around The World
A fun and informative colouring book which shows how Eid is celebrated in different countries.
















 


 

Day 21 to 25

Asalam alaykum to you all and welcome back to our ‘Educating Children in Ramadan’ series, which aims to bring a range of excellent teaching and learning resources, available for free at Madrassah.co.uk. We are now into the final ten days of the blessed month and although our attention may be turning towards our Eid celebrations, we shouldn’t neglect the immense blessings and rewards that can be gained in the final third of Ramadan.

With this in mind, our selection in this post focuses on reflecting on our Ramadan journey and learning about a noble personality from the early days of Islam as well as duas and activities designed to maximise our learning of the faith.

As always, our recommendations have something for everyone, whether it’s teachers who are still providing Madrassah education to pupils, parents at home with their children or students who are looking for resources to aid their self-learning.

Our final post for Day 26 to 30 will be published in a few short days where we will turn our focus towards Eid-ul-Fitr. Feel free to email us at info@madrassah.co.uk if you have any queries or comments.

Recommended for teachers

Lady Ruqayya
A biography of the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Ramadan Road Map
A fun way for children to track their Ramadan journey so far.

 

Recommended for parents

Five Fun Activities
Simple and fun ways to keep young children engaged in Ramadan during lockdown.

7 Virtues of Ramadan
This colouring book teaches children the virtues and rewards of Ramadan.

Recommended for students

40 Rabbanas
A compilation of 40 short duas from the noble Quran.

My Ramadan Record Book
A detailed record book to help pupils during Ramadan. Includes duas and an explaination of Zakat.

 

 


 

Day 16 to 20

Asalam alaykum once again. We hope you are enjoying our series so far, which showcases a range of free teaching and learning resources available at Madrassah.co.uk. This is our fourth post of the month with two more to follow. Please keep reading to view and download our recommended resources aimed at teachers, parents and students to make the most of their Islamic learning this Ramadan.

 

 

Recommended for teachers

Lady Ruqayya
A biography of the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Ramadan Road Map
A fun way for children to track their Ramadan journey so far.

 

Recommended for parents

Five Fun Activities
Simple and fun ways to keep young children engaged in Ramadan during lockdown.

7 Virtues of Ramadan
This colouring book teaches children the virtues and rewards of Ramadan.

Recommended for students

40 Rabbanas
A compilation of 40 short duas from the noble Quran.

My Ramadan Record Book
A detailed record book to help pupils during Ramadan. Includes duas and an explaination of Zakat.

 

Our final post for Days 26 to 30 will be published in a few short days where we will turn our focus towards Eid-ul-Fitr.


Day 11 to 15

Asalam alaykum and welcome to our third post, highlighting our recommended free teaching and learning resources available at Madrassah.co.ukFor those of you visiting for the first time, this series is aimed at teachers who are looking for publications that will aid their pupils’ learning during Ramadan. We have also recommended resources for parents who are teaching their children at home as well as students who are visiting the page independently.

As we enter the middle third of the blessed month we can advance pupils’ basic understanding of Ramadan and Islam and start discussing important personalities from the time of the blessed Prophet as well as touching on Hadith and the names of Allah almighty in an engaging way.

We hope you enjoy using these resources – please feel free to contact us if you would like to recommend something to us. Our email address is info@madrassah.co.uk

Recommended for teachers

Ramadan Workbook (Level 1)
This activity workbook answers questions about Ramadan and Eid while keeping students engaged with colouring and drawing.

Biography of Khadija (RA) and worksheet
This biography of Khadija (RA) and follow-up activity worksheet will help students learn reflect and understand the life of the Prophet’s first wife.

 

Recommended for parents

Names of Allah – Al Wadood
This resource provides an explanation of one of Allah’s 99 names for children.

A-Z Quran
This is a tool that children can use to memorise some Quranic verses.
Each letter of the English alphabet represents a translated word from an ayah.

Recommended for students

My Little Book About Ramadan
A beautifully illustrated book designed for younger children to learn about Ramadan and Eid.

Hadith of the Day
A activity book for children to write and draw picture of hadiths, providing a fun way to learn about the sayings of the blessed Prophet (pbuh).

 

We look forward to our Day 16 to 20 update soon, insha‘Allah. Our earlier posts can be viewed below.

 

 


Day 6 to 10

Asalam alaykum and welcome to our second post of free teaching and learning resources for pupils during Ramadan We hope you and the students you are teaching are benefitting immensely from the blessings of the holy month and pray you continue to do so.

Our Day 6 to 10 post of recommended free resources covers not only the topic of Ramadan but also contains stories from the Quran and explanations about the beauty of Allah’s creation. It’s a perfect time for students to remember the life of the holy Prophet and reflect on his journey as well as for parents to teach children about rain and how the water cycle works.

Also included are some activities for pupils not only during Ramadan but also for Friday prayers, hopefully gaining more appreciation for the blessed day during lockdown measures. 

Recommended for teachers

Islam for Younger People
This classic book for young children explains Islam through stories and activities.

Seerah Notebook
A structured tool to assist with the teaching of the Prophet’s life.

 

Recommended for parents

Pitter-Patter-Pitter
A lovely illustrated story book explaining the water cycle.

Stories from the Quran
A fun Ramadan activity booklet which also helps develop drawing skills.

Recommended for students

Ramadan Activity Pack
A wide range of Ramadan activities providing a fun way to learn about fasting.

Jumu’ah Activity Booklet
An activity book on Friday prayers and etiquettes.

 

Our Day 11 to 15 update will be posted in a few days, insha‘Allah! You can view our recommended resources for Day 1 to 5 below.

 


Day 1 to 5

Asalam alaykum and a blessed Ramadan Kareem to you all.

Ramadan is a time of reflection and learning for us and it is important for our communities to ensure young Muslims – especially the ones near and dear to us – benefit from the sacred month just as much as anyone else.

To help, the team at Madrassah.co.uk has put together a small collection of free resources which we feel will benefit not only teachers who will continue to educate their students during Ramadan, but also parents who would like to make the most of the blessed month to engage with their children and learn together as well as students who are visiting the website and are looking for resources to assist with self-learning.

We will publish this collection in blocks every five days throughout Ramadan. We hope and pray you benefit from these resources and gain maximum rewards from the holy month.

Recommended for teachers

Ramadan Tutor
Duas, stories, activities and puzzles to keep students engaged while learning.
Ramadan Planner
A planner designed to assist with prayers, Quran reading and much more.

 

Recommended for parents

What Breaks a Fast?
Bright and colourful illustration to show young children what breaks a fast.
Ramadan Activity Book
A fun Ramadan activity booklet which also helps develop drawing skills.

Recommended for students

My Ibadah Chart
Track your good deeds and increase your rewards from Allah.
Sawn Activity Booklet
Activities to help increase your understanding of Ramadan.

 

All of the above are free to download.

Stay tuned for our Day 6 to 10 update, insha‘Allah!