How much do you know about the Hijri calendar? Test your knowledge with this awesome word search about the Islamic months!
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Staying home this ‘Eid because of Covid-19? You can still have a wonderful ‘Eid! Here are some great ideas how! Including coloring pages, mazes, fill in the blanks, spot the differences and more!
The Arabic letters are called حُرُوفُ اللُّغَةِ الْعَرَبِيَّةِ in Arabic. Here you will find coloring pages for the letters of the Arabic alphabet. Color them in to begin your journey with the beautiful Arabic language!
Once you’re done using the toilet (bathroom), make sure to recite this very short duaa which Rasool Allah (SAW) taught us! Learn it, color it in, then stick it up on your bathroom door so you always remember it! (Looking for more du’aa activity pages? Get the entire ‘Hafsa & Jamal’s Du’aa Coloring Ebook‘ here!)
Before entering the bathroom to use the toilet, make sure to make this important du’aa which Rasool Allah (SAW) taught us! Learn it, color it, then stick it up on your bathroom door!
Muharram is the very first month of the Hijri calendar. It is a very blessed month! There are many important historical events which took place in Muharram. Enjoy learning about Muharram by coloring in this wonderful Islamic activity page.
Rabi’ ul Awwal is the 3rd Hijri month. This is the month in which our beloved Messenger Muhammad (SAW) was born. It is also the month in which he passed away.
Rabi’ uth Thani is the 4th month of the Hijri calendar. It is also called Rabi’ ul Aakhir. There are no special events or acts of worship in this Hijri month. Enjoy coloring in this activity sheet!
Jumad ul Awwal is the 5th month of the Hijri calendar. It is also called Jumad al Oola. There are no special events or special acts of worship during this month. Enjoy this Islamic coloring sheet!