“The more you know Allah, the more you will love Him.”

Imam Al-Ghazali

Learning, inspiring faith, and bringing families together, one game at a time!


Meaningful play is an effective and enjoyable way for kids to learn, connect to Allah, and bond with family and friends. 

To know Allah is the most noble of endeavors, and that is what our flashcards and coloring book will help children and families achieve.  

Beautiful Names of Allah Flash Cards and Memory Game

Each card has an explanation of the meaning of Allah's Beautiful Name, improving our understanding and drawing us closer to Allah.

The cards can be used as flashcards for learning and also as memory game for a fun family activity.


Beautiful Names of Allah Coloring & Activity Book

Each page includes a beautiful drawing for children to color, illustrated by the talented, young artist, Yasmeen Hamdah. It also includes some fun actitivies!

99 Conversation Starters

That will engage your kids in lively, meaningful conversations. Questions to help your kids discover their strengths & talents, and inspire them to learn more about the Qur’an and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his companions. Talk about your faith, feelings, fears, hopes & dreams! Order your cards today and start connecting with you kids on a deeper level!

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Ramadan story time for kids

Muslim Superheroes! Learn more about these amazing men and women in the history of Islam. Share their pain and happiness, losses and triumphs.

Watch all the videos in our series called Ramadan Story Time-Muslim Superheroes!

Blog for the Muslim family

Golden Day Remembering a Golden Age

Golden Day Remembering a Golden Age

Summer is here in full force and after a very long school year, we are trying to make the best of our vacation. My daughter and I are off to a good...


Al-Quddus means Allah is free from any imperfection. Allah is far and above any imperfection, error, fault, and shortcoming. None can attain perfection except Allah.

Al-Quddus means Allah is free from any partner or associate. There is nothing in creation that is like Him or that can resemble Him. 

Al-Quddus means the Very Pure, the Absolutely Pure.

Al-Quddus means the Sacred, the Blessed. Allah is Sacred. We glorify only Allah, we say “Subhan Allah”.

Al-Malik. Learning the Beautiful Names of Allah. Lesson plan for teaching Al-Malik


How many times is the Name, Al-Malik, mentioned in the Holy Qur'an?

The Name of Allah, Al-Malik, is mentioned in the Holy Qur’an 5 times.

Allah is the One and Only true, real, and everlasting King and Absolute Ruler. He is the King of Kings. He owns all that is in the Heavens and Earth.

Allah is the One who takes care of all affairs. He commands, makes, and does whatever He wants, and He gives to whoever He wills.

Ar-Rahman, Ar-Rahman. Learning the Beautiful Names of Allah.

Ar-Rahman, Ar-Raheem

Open the Holy Qur’an. The first chapter in the Holy Qur’an, or the introduction or the opening chapter is Surah Al-Fatihah, and Allah tells us about Himself in this chapter. What are the first Names & Attributes that Allah tells you about Himself in this chapter? Ar-Rahman, Ar-Raheem, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. 

Ar-Rahman and Ar-Raheem are mentioned about 190 times each in the Holy Qur’an. That shows you just how important it is for us to understand that Allah is extremely merciful!

Teaching Children The Beautiful Names of Allah - Stories - Hands on - Arts & Crafts

Teaching Children The Beautiful Names of Allah - Stories - Hands on - Arts & Crafts

Our aim is to show the way for our children to worship Allah out of love and out of yearning for His boundless mercy and forgiveness. As parents, we will not be with our children at every moment of their lives to remind them to pray or read Qura'an, and to stop them from falling into sin. However, the love of Allah, once it sparks in their hearts, it will always be there and it will become their inner voice.
Al-Jabbar, The Restorer; Restore My Heart

Al-Jabbar, The Restorer; Restore My Heart

If you truly understand the meaning of Allah's Name, Al-Jabbar, you will find solace in the midst of your loneliness, and perseverance when you thought you were on the brink of breaking.

All of Allah’s Names are beautiful and uplifting. Learn the meaning of Allah's Beautiful Name, Al-Jabbar. 

Allah’s Beautiful Name, Al-`Afuww

Allah’s Beautiful Name, Al-`Afuww

Al-`Afuww means The Pardoner. Allah not only forgives your sins if you sincerely repent and seek forgiveness, but He erases even the trace of these sins from your records. Allah pardons in such a way that on the Day of Judgment, you will not even be reminded of these sins. Allah spares you the pain of feeling remorse, regret, and humiliation over these sins on this tumultuous day.


Kickstart a Children's Reading Club

Kickstart a Children's Reading Club

Never underestimate the power of a good story.

To expand our circle of book lovers, this year we started a reading club for my youngest girl, inviting her third-grade class to join. Less than half of her classmates showed up at our first reading club meeting, but soon enough, the number grew and we received requests from moms asking if their daughters could bring along a cousin or sister!



Why Learn the Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allah

Why Learn the Beautiful Names and Attributes of Allah

When it comes to teaching our children about Islam, many of us (myself included) are so fervent and scrupulous when it comes to telling them about what they can and cannot do. Sadly, we fail to tell them more about The One who ordained these dos and don’ts. Our children’s faith will not flourish and bloom if we restrict their understanding to only the halal and haram, and not taking the beautiful journey with them to truly know ALLAH, The Most High, The Great.

What people have to say

My little one just enjoys using them to learn. But as a parent I enjoy using them early in the morning as a meditation just sitting there in silence and reciting each Name.Thank you for these cards. They are very helpful in learning the 99 Names. 

Shopify Customer

 It’s well made and the cards are beautifully designed.
My kids played with it and I joined in the fun! It was great to see my 8 year old daughter so excited about learning the Names of Allah after playing with the memory game. She actually memorized 15 Names already! It’s a great conversation starter about Allah and His Names. They asked a lot of questions and I was happy to answer! 

Dr. Jomana

In our homeschool, these cards have become a regular part of our morning routine!

We use them as flashcards, each day revising the names previously learnt, and selecting the next card to memorise. I hope in this way, we will be able to memorise all 99 Names of Allah by the end of the year insha’Allah. 

Dr. Gemma Elizabeth, Founder of Our Muslim Homeschool