Inspire Kids to Islam

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  • Scholarly Support

    Noor Kids has gained support from a host of Islamic scholars, academic leaders, and educational administrators.

    • My kids and I LOVE Noor Kids. It is spot on in its approach and execution.

      Shaykh Omar Suleiman Yaqeen Institute
    • Noor Kids is excellent. It is the best service my family has experienced for our own kids.

      Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda Qalam Institute
    • Noor Kids helps childern build a love for Allah and our Prophet. My childern look forward to receiving Noor Kids each month

      Ust. Rania Awaad, MD Khalil Institute
    • Noor Kids is spot on in its approach and execution. My kids and I love Noor Kids.

      Mufti Hussain Kamani Qalam Institute
    • Smart, thoughtful, and relevant, Noor Kids should be in all Muslim households.

      Sh. Rizwan Arastu Islamic Texts Institute
    • One of the highest quality sources of Islamic education in the world.

      Imam Tahir Anwar Zaytuna College
    • We have nothing for our children that compares to Noor Kids.

      Dr. Freda Shamma Islamic Schools League of America
    • Through its research, Noor Kids is building the future of Islam in the USA.

      Dr. Adnan Omran Dean of Tarbiyah, Brighter Horizons
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    Our Evidence-based Approach

    Noor Kids utilizes the S.I.R.A.T. child-centered approach to foster Islamic identity-development.

    Storytelling

    Storytelling

    Positive modeling stories that address real-world problems faced by children are a proven medium to teach character, citizenship, and belief. Such stories foster engagement, retention, and identity-development.

    Identity Curriculum

    Identity Curriculum

    Much of a child’s identity is shaped by eight years of age. At this age, key elements of an Islamic identity include: a child’s relationship with himself (character), his community (citizenship), and his Creator (beliefs).

    Role Models

    Role Models

    What does it mean to be a Muslim in America? Real and imaginary role models who children can relate to demonstrate what it means to be Muslim in America for kids.

    Active Parenting

    Active Parenting

    Parents play the single greatest role in a child’s identity development. However, most parents are not equipped to talk with children about faith; tools, such as Noor Kids, allow for this to occur.

    Thinking Critically

    Thinking Critically

    While traditional education often focuses on teaching what Muslims believe and how they practice, children growing up as a religious minority must understand why. Critical thinking allows children to build belief.

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    Positive modeling stories that address real-world problems faced by children are a proven medium to teach character, citizenship and belief. Such stories foster engagement, retention, and identity-development.

    Much of a child’s Identity is shaped by eight years of age. At this age, key elements of an Islamic identity include: a child’s relationship with himself (character), his community (citizenship), and his creator (beliefs).

    What does it mean to be a Muslim in America? Real and imaginary role models who children can relate to demonstrate what it means to be Muslim in America for kids.

    Parents play the single greatest role in a child’s identity development. However, most parents are not equipped to talk with children about faith; tools, such as Noor Kids, allow for this to occur.

    While traditional education often focuses on teaching what Muslims believe and how they practice, children growing up as a religious minority must understand why. Critical thinking allows children build belief.

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    Our Story

    Born & raised in America, we understand first-hand the challenge children face.

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