zakah facts

Zakah facts for kids

As Islamic studies educators and dedicated Muslim homeschoolers, our primary mission is to instill a love and understanding of the Deen in our children. One of the five pillars of Islam, Zakah, is a cornerstone of our faith and offers lessons in generosity, community, and the purification of wealth. But how can we make this topic engaging for young learners? Enter Primary Ilm’s latest resources on Zakah facts that promise to make your teaching journey an enlightening experience.

Engaging Worksheets Tailored for Understanding

Primary Ilm, known for its enriching Islamic resources, has recently released a comprehensive collection on Zakah. Let’s dive into what you can expect:

  1. Wordsearch & Questions: Strengthen vocabulary and understanding.
  2. Colouring Sheet & Dot to Dot: Merge learning with creativity.
  3. Spot the Difference: Sharpen observational skills while revisiting key points.
  4. Sorting Activity: A hands-on way to grasp who qualifies for Zakah.
  5. Difference Between Zakah and Sadaqah: Clarify these two distinct acts of charity.
  6. Craft Activity: Foster the spirit of charity with a DIY paper charity jar.

Zakah facts: A presentation


To bolster your teaching arsenal, there’s also an encompassing presentation with vital subheadings:

  • What is Zakah?
  • Why give Zakah?
  • How much do we give?
  • Who gets Zakah?
  • When do we give Zakah?
  • Difference between Zakah and Sadaqah?
  • How we can take part in Zakah?

Each slide has been meticulously designed to convey ‘Zakah facts’ in an easy-to-understand manner, ensuring your students not only memorize but internalize.

Tips for Teaching Zakah to Children

  1. Start with Stories: Narrate tales of the Prophet (pbuh) and the Sahaba, highlighting the importance and blessings of giving Zakah.
  2. Interactive Learning: Use Primary Ilm’s worksheets to allow children to actively engage with the concept.
  3. Practical Experience: Use the crafted paper charity jar to practically demonstrate the act of giving and encourage a charity-filled mindset.
  4. Discussion: Engage in conversations. Ask them how they felt when they shared something they loved or helped someone in need.
  5. Comparison: Highlight the differences between Zakah and Sadaqah to give a rounded view of Islamic charity.

Primary ilm worksheets

Islamic educators and homeschooling parents, it’s essential to have the right tools to convey the importance of Zakah effectively. Primary Ilm’s latest collection is an amalgamation of knowledge, creativity, and interaction, ensuring children grasp the essence of Zakah in an enjoyable way.

Whether you are on the lookout for free resources or considering the premium membership for a one-off fee granting access to an extensive worksheet library, Primary Ilm guarantees value.

In conclusion

Zakah is not just about giving; it’s about purifying, understanding, and becoming better Muslims. With Primary Ilm’s resources, you are equipped to pass on these lessons to the next generation. Dive into this treasure trove and make the journey of teaching Zakah a fulfilling one.

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