Digital Ramadan Camp for Kids

Daily, interactive programs that bring the Holy Month into hearts and homes.

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Digital Ramadan Camp for Kids

Daily live stories + activities that inspire

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$179 FREE for Members + Everyone Today

In partnership with Islamic Relief, Noor Vitamins, and Launchgood, we’re providing this camp ($179 value) free for members of Noor Kids and the first 1,000 families.

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Are you Ramadan-ready? Don’t worry. We’re here to help

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Our goal is simple: let's make this the best Ramadan ever for Muslim kids. We've created a daily Ramadan camp for kids, filled with rich content, fun activities, heartfelt lessons, and memorable special events.

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What is a Digital Ramadan Camp?

Immersive platform for 5-12 year olds with daily classes, nasheed nights, weekly nasheeds, interactive DIY activities, and so much more.

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50K FamiliesgameshowNoor Kids Ramadan Camp

We are bringing together Muslim children and changing their lives along the way.

MA Mrs. Alomari To: Amin Aaser 12 days ago

Personal update

I just want to tell you thank you so much for what you're doing for the kids. My girls love the digital Ramadan series and keeps asking all day when will it start !! I am just in aww of how much they are into learning their religion since I signed them up for Noor Kids ! I'm loving all their curiosity after watching your show.

NK Neslihan K To: Amin Aaser 10 days ago

Quick note

My son loves the books and the classes. He would not like any religious stories or character education books before but he loves Noor kids. Thank you for what you are doing!

AJ Afhsan J To: Amin Aaser 5 days ago

Jazakallah Khair

Your videos, books, and activities have helped so many kids stay at home, stay safe, and yet be entertained and engaged in family activities while celebrating the spirit of Ramadan. We love every book and video of yours. They are informative to me as an adult, and a reminder of the innocence we have lost over the years as we grew up.

TJ Tahereh J To: Amin Aaser 5 days ago

THANK YOU !!!

My 5 year old and her tag along 2 year old sister, LOVE your program and your lively, hilarious story-telling! My daughters watch your show religiously every day. This is her way to unwind from her long (very long!!) day of remote learning. Your programs have brought tears to my eyes, because growing up in the US in the post 9/11 world as a hijabi, I never had this. Any of this. And all of this world you have created. My girls don't know how blessed they are to have *this* be their world.

AN Ahmet N To: Amin Aaser 4 days ago

Personal note (re: Noor Kids)

Your work brought tears to my eyes when I saw my kid repeating `Bismillahirrahmanirrahim` after you. One thing I appreciated was how you explain the soul and the sheytan. I am from Turkey. The kids now are different, naturally, so it is tough for me to explain. I love you my friend. Keep it with ikhlas insaallah and you will be getting a lot of duas, inshallah.

TC Tanima C To: Amin Aaser 2 days ago

Thank you from Spain!

My son is 5 years old. He absolutely loves the videos each day and asks to watch them. We live in Spain, I am British and my husband is Spanish. Due to your digital camp, we have something in English that he can really understand and relate to. We are so grateful to you.

AA Asiyah A To: Amin Aaser 2 days ago

My reflection on the last year

We just moved to Vancouver in march, yeah i know it's a bad time to move in the middle of the pandemic. My 2 daughters love listening to your lectures every Thursday... they keep asking from Tuesday, is today noor kids? So u can see how much they love listening to you alhamd.

AM Amal M To: Amin Aaser Yesterday

A dream come true!

When the Ramadan camp started, it was like my duas had been answered. It was a ritual for us everyday. From day one in USA, Noor kids was the window into the Islamic community for my kids. My kids have not seen that before.

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Learn with Br. Amin Aaser and his friends

Amin G. Aaser is a storytelling ninja and Executive Director of Noor Kids.

Amin is an expert on identity, bullying, and education among Muslim children in America. He has been featured on NPR, BBC, The Huffington Post, The Boston Herald, and The Christian Science Monitor, among a host of other media outlets. Since 2016, Amin has been invited to over 275 communities across North America to help counter challenges faced by Muslim children and youth.

Amin is a master storyteller and learned under the tutelage Arinna Isaacson, an internationally recognized, and award winning, theater director, actress, and visual artist. Amin taught storytelling at UC Berkeley to Master’s level students. He lives with his wife, daughter and son in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Guest Speakers

We’ll be joined by guest speakers and artists throughout the Holy Month.

Omar Suleiman

Dr. Omar Suleiman

Omar Suleiman is an American Muslim scholar, civil rights leader, writer, and public speaker. He is the Founder and President of Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research, and an Adjunct Professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University.

Imam Suhaib Webb

Imam Suhaib Webb

Suhaib Webb is the founder of an online institute, SWISS – Focusing on Developing Islamic Literacy.He currently serves as a resident scholar at the Islamic Center at NYU and teaches a course at NYU on Islamic Law and Ethics.

Ust. Rania Awaad, MD

Dr. Rania Awaad

Dr. Rania Awaad, M.D. is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Stanford University School of Medicine where she is the Director of the Muslim Mental Health Lab and Wellness Program and Director of the Diversity Clinic.

Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda

Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda

Shaykh AbdulNasir Jangda is the founder, director, and an instructor at Qalam. He has completed an extensive study of the life of the Prophet ﷺ in the Seerah Podcast. He annually teaches the Seerah Intensive and leads groups on the Seerah Umrah tour and a visit to Masjid Al-Aqsa.

Ayisha Abdul Basith

Ayisha Abdul Basith

Ayisha Abdul Basith is a passionate singer. Her songs are about spirituality. She’s an Indian who lives in Abu Dhabi. She loves to make people smile through her songs.

Zahra Billoo

Zahra Billoo

Zahra Billoo is a civil rights attorney and the executive director of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Ali Zaheer Idris

Ali Zaheer Idris

Ali Zaheer Idris has won several hearts with his beautiful Nasheeds and amazing Arabic calligraphy.

Mufti Hussain Kamani

Mufti Hussain Kamani

Qalam Institute

Mufti Hussain Kamani is an instructor at Qalam. He is a faculty member at the Qalam Seminary. He gives lectures, conducts seminars and workshops, and teaches Intensives and leads Hajj & Umrah groups at Qalam.

Sidi Nader Khan

Sidi Nader Khan

Sidi Nader Khan is a Canadian singer/songwriter and arts educator, with a specific focus on traditional and contemporary Islamic devotional / Sufi music.

Mohamed Youssef

Mohamed Youssef

Mohamed Youssef is an Egyptian singer (Munshid). He revives the islamic heritage by introducing many islamic song covers.

Shaykh Ammar Alshukry

Shaykh Ammar Alshukry

Shaykh Ammar is the author of the Poetry Collection: “What the Pen Wrote.” He is the Imam and Resident Scholar of River Oaks Islamic Center in Houston, Texas. He holds dual Bachelor degrees in Islamic Studies and Marketing

Imam Wisam Sharieff

Imam Wisam Sharieff

Imam Wisam Sharieff leads the popular QuranRevolution program for AlMaghrib Institute, a revolutionary program helping students read, recite, reflect, and retain Quran. By designing contemporary and pioneering learning systems, Imam Wisam has helped his students revolutionize their interaction with Quran.

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Theme: Who is Allah?

Since the day we were born, we’ve been on a journey.

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It starts with a question: who am I, and why am I here?

These are profound questions. But, to understand these, we must first understand our Creator.

Join us this Ramadan on a journey of discovery as we help families build a genuine, and loving relationship with Allah (swt).

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Snippets from Last Year’s Digital Ramadan Camp

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Sample Class - Dear Mom, I Love You

Our daily classes are uniquely designed for 4 to 9 years old around themes of character, belief and citizenship. Watch sample class.

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Animated Qur'an for Kids

Memorize Surah Al-Qadr (The Power) with us by using this beautiful Arabic recitation, and learn its English meaning as well.

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Activity - Our masjids were closed

When the COVID-19 pandemic happened, we asked Noor Kids families to build a masjid at home for worship during this sacred month. What they made was incredibly inspiring.

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About Noor Kids

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

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