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Gift for Muslims: Creative Islamic Studies (Two Volumes)

Author: Mohammad Asad
Publisher: Gift For Muslims
Pages: Book 1 - 246 / Book 2 - 346. Paperback.
Size: 23x16.5cm (approx)



Gift for Muslims proudly presents its Creative Islamic studies syllabus.

A broad, rich and well balanced creative syllabus which covers all the basics of the Islamic faith in a creative, fun and engaging manner, building on cultural capital and contributing greatly to many aspects of SMSC, PSHEE, SEAL, Citizenship, diversity, equality, religious tolerance, community cohesion, compassion, endurance, good will and Shared Values.

It covers all the basics of Islam with fun-filled, creative and interactive lessons.

It covers:

  1. Aqaa’id (Belief),
  2. Adaab (Manners),
  3. Duas (Supplications),
  4. Fiqh (Jurisprudence),
  5. Seerah, (Biography)
  6. Tajweed (Elocution),
  7. Akhlaaq (Character),
  8. Hadeeth (Sayings of The Prophet)
  9. All of Juz Amma (Qur’an)
  10. Tareekh (history - Stories of Prophet)


It includes:

  • Colour Coding
  • Tracking
  • Creative Lessons
  • Differentiation
  • Progression check
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Enrichment/SMSC
  • Assessing learning
  • Objectives & Success criteria
  • Audio assistance

This book is inclusive of a levelled colour-coded Islamic Studies syllabus, linked to the QCA Schemes of Work for schools in the UK.

This simple tracking method can be adopted in any other educational institutes worldwide including Madrasa’s and Maktabs weekend/part-time classes etc.

People from all types of backgrounds are able to benefit from the syllabus, including parents, reverts and professionals alike. It consists of the basic essentials that we all should be fully aware of as Muslims.


Price: £15.00

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