Islamic Crafts: Time Chart For Salat
By Sukaina Imran
As a Muslim Mom, I find it tough to bring up my children with Islamic values in a non-Muslim country. Growing up in Pakistan, we never had to make any special efforts to mark our religious occasions like Eid or Ramadhan. After moving to the US and having my daughters, I started putting my education to use at home. I started decorating my house for Eids and doing small craft activities about Islam to engage with my children and help them understand Islam easily and in a fun way. May Allah keep all our kids on the right path. Ameen.
This easy DIY Salat Time Chart is the perfect craft to keep your little ones busy, teach them about Islam and the second pillar of our faith. More than just a crafting activity, it strengthens quality family bonding time as you talk your children through the process, guide them into making the chart and instill in them the significance of all the prayers and their timings.
Things you will need
- Foam cardboard
- Label maker
- Paper clocks (or you can use small disposable plates to make clocks)
- Glue gun and stick glue
- Trim of your choice
- Cut your foam cardboard according to the size of your clocks.
- Print names of Salat with your label maker.
- Paste everything on your board with glue stick.
- Use the glue gun to stick trim for a nice border.
About the author:
Sukaina Imran is a Montessori trained teacher from Pakistan. She moved to the US after getting married and worked in an Islamic school in Texas for three years. She also has a child psychology diploma. After the birth of her first child, Sukaina quit formal work and decided to put her Montessori teachings to bring her children closer to Islam.