Having a hadith of the week to focus on can be a great way to begin to implement and practise on a particular hadith. Getting to know and familiarise yourself with the words of the prophet Muhammad (saw) is a good way to begin to build up your relationship with the Prophet. Once we begin to read his words we will automatically begin to love the Prophet Insha’Allah.
Such is the power of the Prophet Muhammad (saw)’s words that even after over 1400 years, they still carry the ability to move us in a way that no other words (aside from the Quran) can.
There are quite a few hadith resources for kids. Some of the more popular ones are as follows:
- Hadith of the week activity pages by Primary Ilm
The activity pages in the image above are available to download for our members. Visit the resources page to see the whole library of resources we have to offer. Check out the membership page to sign up.
These Quiz cards are a quick 5 minute activity that the kids can get on with independently. I get my students to take 5 cards each. They then work in pairs or groups of three and take it in turns to ask each other questions. The cards are kept in an easy to reach position
These cards are by Ilmbank, a fantastic islamic resource based website. As per the description, this free download contains: ‘Short ahadith taken from Nawawi’s collection of 40 ahadith.’ Display these in your classroom as hadith of the week throughout the year. You can fully edit the template and the cards are printer friendly!
These cute cards are free to download from A Muslim Homeschool. Simple click here to visit the webpage and download 🙂
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