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Our Newest Title: Fairness For All [Muslim Children’s Book]

Fairness For All is our newest addition to the Noor Kids Muslim children’s book series for 4-to-8-year-old Muslims. This title on fairness is one of many high-quality resources for Islamic education in...

[Teacher Training] Making the Model Muslim Classroom in America

Noor Kids is offering a new, first-of-its-kind Islamic teacher training program. To learn more about all of our events, download our 2017 Noor Kids Program Guide. Event Title: Making the...

[GUIDE] Teach Muslim Kids About Black History Month

This 19-page, step-by-step guide on how to teach Muslim kids about Black History Month was designed by Noor Kids Education Director, Sana H. Aaser, and includes the following: Background: Why...

Our Newest Title: Being Big-Hearted [Muslim Children’s Books]

Published in February 2017, Being Big-Hearted is our newest addition to the Noor Kids books for Muslim children that are 4-to-8 year old. We’re on a mission to create the highest quality...

Should a husband show affection for his wife in front of kids?

The Holy Prophet (SAW) stated: The one most perfect in his faith is he whose conduct is best, and the best amongst you is he who behaves best towards his...

[ACTIVITY] DIY Kaaba Sadqa Box in 5 Easy Steps

  We all know that we should be generous, but what does being generous actually look like? How can we remind ourselves to practice generosity in our daily lives? Here’s...

[Activity] Cookies for Christians: Muslim Kids Sharing Love for Prophet Jesus (AS)

Christmas is in the air. As Muslims, we don’t celebrate Christmas, but is there anything we could be doing at this time? Sure, there is! We love Prophet Jesus (AS)...

[Guide] How to talk to Muslim kids about Christmas

“Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh, hey!…Okay, next should I sing a winter song or...

[Activity] Letters for Liberty: Muslim Kids Writing to the Next President

Key Theme: Citizenship In an environment in which Muslim discrimination is at an all-time high and in which presidential candidates openly share Islamophobic rhetoric, how can parents respond? The goal of...

[Guide] How to talk to Muslim kids about Trump

Key Theme: Citizenship, Optimism For the American Muslim community, Trump’s candidacy, and now presidency, strikes a deep chord. Recent political rhetoric in its ugliest and most divisive form has called...