MyDeen is a monthly children’s educational magazine that encourages Islamic education through the use of stories, puzzles, reminders, games, crafts and much more. Our hope is myDeen will promote your children to grow spiritually and engage in activities that instill positive messages each month, thus inspiring them to become better within. Two magazines will be published each month that target kids of different age groups starting from 5-7 & 8-11 years old.
The magazine will contain informative, yet enjoyable lessons for Muslim children primarily in the English language that aims to nurture their inquiring minds and remind them of Islamic principles to apply into their daily lives. Using jokes, puzzles, art work, stories and articles, myDeen magazine is an interactive way to further their learning whether at home or on the go.
Children by nature are known to be very curious and possess unique imaginations. This is important to us as we try to encourage both qualities in order for them to learn and retain the knowledge in myDeen magazines. We focus on creating each page of the magazine to target the different aspects of a child's mind to ensure that the lesson or theme of the month is understood by the end. The content is age appropriate, fun & easy to understand for kids between 5 to 11 years old, while at the same time challenging in certain areas to promote further learning.
The interesting and interactive features this magazine has to offer will hopefully captivate the young minds of our children, and help keep them on the right path. This magazine is meant as a way to supplement your children’s playtime and allow them to have fun while also gaining beneficial knowledge. The exciting stories, coloring/art pages, puzzles, and articles will all play a positive role in developing a strong Muslim child who will become closer with Islam as time goes on.
Along with the education and play, myDeen magazine is going to be a daily dose for young children to enjoy reading, learning and critically thinking as the exercises within encourages them to do so. Every month, we include our trademark Salah Journal for you kids to track their prayers. They will also have the opportunity to participate and submit pictures, art work, and/or stories themselves that will be featured in upcoming editions. This will in turn promote participation, build self-confidence as well as an excitement for each issue to come, and be a way for kids across the Globe to connect with each other.