Islamic Studies

The curriculum covers various aspects of Islamic knowledge:

- Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)
- Seerah (Prophetic Biography)
- Tafseer (Quranic Exegesis)
- Hadith (Prophetic Traditions)

Using diverse sources, the course aims to build a solid foundation of Islamic practices, stories, and principles for children under seven.

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  • The curriculum gradually builds upon each child's understanding of Islam. It starts with basic Fiqh concepts like cleanliness and prayer, then moves on to stories and lessons from the life of Prophet Muhammad and other prophets. The course introduces Quranic verses, their explanations, and teachings from Hadith. Each topic is supported with appropriate resources and materials for a comprehensive and immersive learning experience.


  • The curriculum aims to familiarize young learners with basic Islamic knowledge and practices in an engaging and educational manner. It instills a foundational understanding of Islam's core teachings, stories of prophets, principles of worship, and moral etiquettes.


  • Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence): Topics on purity, cleanliness, toilet etiquette, and basic prayer concepts. Sources: "Fiqh for Children" and "Shafi'i Fiqh."
  • Seerah (Prophetic Biography): Introducing Prophet Muhammad, his family, and stories of other prophets. Sources: "I Love Islam" series and "Qasas Al-Anbiya."
  • Tafseer (Quranic Exegesis) Exploring the stories and meanings behind specific Surahs. Sources: Various Tafseer books and "I Love Islam" series.
  • Hadith (Prophetic Traditions) Teaching etiquettes and morals through selected Hadiths. Source: "I Love Islam" series.
  • Other Topics Introducing Islamic holidays and the concept of Ramadan. Sources: "Fiqh for Children" and "Shafi'i Fiqh."