Making Hajj Count with FREE Printables

posted in: Islam | 0

We’re almost there!! Hajj has officially started in Makkah!

As we try to do our very best to take advantage of these blessed days of Dhul-Hijjah it’s also important to either start or continue teaching our little ones about this amazing time of year for Muslims. There will be over 3 million Muslims visiting Makkah in a few days and even though many of us will not be there physically, we still have lots of opportunities to benefit. With these 24 FREE PRINTABLE worksheets and activities for kids ages 2-11 it’ll make teaching them about Hajj/Eid-ul -Adha fun and easy.

At myDeen children’s magazine, the theme of our September 2017 edition revolved around the 10 days of Dhul-Hijja, Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha. We wanted to share some of the pages from our magazines so that you and your kids can benefit. They include detailed lessons, fun crafts and many activities.

Click on the links below to download and print the worksheets.

Note: We have three different age groups, so these will be perfect for any of your kids. Feel free to download all of them if you wish and share, share, share! 🙂

Click here for ages 2 – 4

Click here for ages 5 – 7

Click here for ages 8 – 11 +

Spread the word & Share the Khair!

If you only want to download the Hajj Guide, then you can do so by clicking the link below.

Click here for the HAJJ GUIDE

We Ask Allah (Swt) to accept everyone’s hard work during these blessed days. Ameen.

Written by: Sanaa Izreig

Sanaa is the Editor-in-Chief for myDeen Magazines.