Children


One month a year, we’ve got to fast,

From dawn to dusk, first day to last.

Not eating or drinking anything,

For the poor it teaches us kindness and caring. (more…)

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In red and pink, and yellow and blue,

Flowers come in different colours and different shapes too.

Some are muti-coloured, others shaped like bells,

Each with different, lovely smells. (more…)

I must speak the truth in all I say,

When in class, or when I play.

To all people, no matter who they are,

I must speak the truth and I’ll go very far. (more…)

What a wonderful letter is Meem,

It makes words glitter and gleam.

With Meem Musjid is made, the place where we pray,

Where we read Salaah five times a day. (more…)

My mother is so very, very sweet,

Paradise lies under her feet.

I must do as I’m told,

Whether it’s hot or it’s cold. (more…)

I went one day to the zoo,

To see the animals and what they do;

I saw elephants big and fat,

I saw monkeys playing with this and that.

I saw giraffes with their necks so long,

I heard the birds burst into song. (more…)

I wake up in the morning

I hear the Muazzin calling:

“Salaah is better than sleep!”

And out of bed I leap. (more…)