This is the eleventh episode of the world famous Adam's World children's video series, what some call the "Muslim Sesame Street"
This video is ideal for children between the ages of 2 and 9. It teaches Islamic values in a fun and lively way that is almost sure to keep kids watching. Adam is a friend to children, someone who they can relate to and learn from. This first video features a wide range of concepts about Islam and Muslims.
In Adam's World 11, children will learn the wisdom and beauty of Zakat. Adam's baby sister Aneesah is in the hospital with a mysterious illness and the family's funds are running low! Adam learns about the problem his parents are facing. The touching yet funny way Adam tries to help clearly shows the importance of zakat in Islam to children.
Also featured are two new hit songs - one about sharing and another about remembering Allah. The letter "dhal" is showcased along with the concept of "dhikr" (or remembering Allah) with a terrific 3-D animation sequence. Another important segment deals with trees and the limitless words of Allah.
If you're worried about how to teach Islamic values to your young children in a way that will keep them interested, Adam's World is one of the most powerful tools in your struggle.With the media bombarding our children with unIslamic values daily, we need to communicate Islam to this next generation of Muslims with the same tools that attract our children's attention. That's why Adam's World is so necessary. Here's what one parent had to say about this world famous children's video series.
"I just had to pen this e-mail after viewing the first three videos of the Adam's World series that I purchased recently. Masha Allah! The quality, production and content of the program is excellent. Within just a few hours my children were 'unhooked' from their Disney videos.
This is probably the wisest investment I have made on my kids' behalf thus far. I intend to purchase the whole series without delay.
Keep up the good work!"
-Rayhan Hashmey, Texas, United States
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