Muharram Book For Kids

The month of Muharram is a special month because it is the month of the blessed Day of Ashura. Many historical events took place in Muharram and your child will learn all about it in the Muharram Book For Kids. The book is a coloring book too, so they will learn as they color over 30 pages of fun! Enjoy a Muslimommy exclusive for a low price. (A portion of all profits will be donated to the Children in Need charity fund, thank you).

You can purchase the Muharram Coloring Book here or use the purchase form below.

145 thoughts on “Muharram Book For Kids”

  1. All we could do is put as much efforts as we can to raise good Muslims , outcome is from Allah. We have no control except to make lots of du’a for our kids.

  2. When correcting your kids ; do it kindly, gently ,with a logical explanation and never in front of anyone. Your kids will love and respect you InshAllah

  3. Assalamu Alaikum
    The best way to encourage and promote the practice of Islam in your children is to practice Islam yourself.

  4. Enjoy parenting! When speaking with your child, doing a craft with him/her; don’t turn it to a learning opportunity everytime. Instead focus on having fun with them, wholly engaging in what they want to do with you and just relax and savour the moment. It will be less stressful on your end, and your children will bond with you in a much better way.

  5. Asalmualykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh..
    Making duas often for our affairs to be easy and to do istikarah before taking a decision.

  6. Salaam to all beautiful Muslim mommies, indeed parenthood is challenging but with dua and Allah’s help all things are possible.

  7. Assalam o alaiqum,

    Being a mother of five mashaAllah , I have learnt through my parenting journey it’s all about Patience and Perseverance.
    This journey is a blessed one when you start seeing the fruits of your sleepless nights and hardworking days!

  8. We should teach our kids about israf especially with water which is taken for granted. we should try and be around when kids are at the basin or sink to remind them constantly not to leave the taps running while washing or even brushing their teeth.

  9. Keep a smile while talking, demanding, correcting, etc. your children. It’s sunnah and sadaqah. Try it while telling them to put their shoes on (for the third time). It yields much better results. Anyways, yelling at a flower never makes it blossoms any faster. ; D

    Aicha (this advise is for me too)

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