I spent a long time searching for reliable and suitable books to help teach my kids about the stories of the Prophets of Islam. One day a friend introduced me to a set of Learning Roots books that tell the stories of Prophets Adam, Nuh, Musa, Ibrahim and Isa (peace be upon them all). This set of books is aimed at children aged 5-6 years and there is also another set of books focusing on the same prophets in more detail for ages 6-7 years.
I love these books as well as many of the other products created by Learning Roots. In each book the story of the prophet is broken down into two or three sections focusing on particular points in the story. After reading through a section, the child reaches a set of activities that test the child’s understanding of what they have just read.
I guess the activities could have been completed within the books themselves but I didn’t want the pages spoilt for the younger children when they come to use them to study so instead I decided to reproduce the activities so that they can be printed as worksheets.
I have already covered Prophet Adam and Prophet Nuh with my kid’s last year. My daughter Samira made a lovely story poster based on the story of Prophet Nuh which you can view here – Prophet Nuh Story Poster. Then we covered Prophet Ibrahim just before Hajj this year and we have recently covered Prophet Musa (and Fir’own), which insha’Allah leads us nicely into our Ancient Egypt project.
I would like to share these worksheets with anyone who would like to use them insha’Allah. You can download them by clicking on the links below insha’Allah. So far I have prepared worksheets for:
~ The Story of Prophet Eesa ~
I would like to stress that the activities are copyright of Learning Roots, so please do not sell them. I have reproduced them solely for educational purposes to be used in conjunction with the Learning Roots activity books.
Below are examples of some of the worksheets completed by my children.