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Ruhaifa Samir

Ruhaifa Samir is a mother of four, a practising Muslimah, an avid reader, and a passionate writer. She works primarily as a trainer for mothers and teachers, advocating a multi sensorial, learner-centred approach, which she has learnt through her work as a remedial specialist for children with dyslexia. She is also an author of English textbooks, based on the teachings of the Qur’an (currently under editing), and creative director of a Tafseer app for kids (soon to be launched Insha’Allah).

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By Ruhaifa Samir – Freelance journalist and staff blogger at yello.pk and perceptions.org.pk

http://www.muslimkidz.com/ and http://www.islamicplayground.com

Age: 4- 10 years

Genre: Islamic games

Both sites have a range of games to teach children basic Islamic concepts as well as Arabic. Crosswords, jigsaw puzzles, quizzes, stories, colouring pages and printables are some of the other features of the websites.


Age: Grade 1-8

Genre: math, science, reading, grammar and general knowledge

Mytestbook.com provides parents the opportunity to test their child according to their grade levels to see where they stand. There are many online worksheets as well to give children practice in areas, where they need extra help.


Age: 6 onwards

Genre: Explanation of the Quran

“Using toys to make learning fun” is the motto of this very interesting site, where “Lego” blocks are used to help explain to children what the Quran says. Selected verses and Surahs have been covered with more on the way.



Age: for the whole family

Genre: Islamic social awareness

This YouTube channel has short animated stick-figure videos to drive home important messages to today’s Muslims. From small children to grown-ups, all can benefit from reminders on how to be productive Muslims!

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