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Do you ever have trouble explaining terms like Jannah or Tahara to your kids?
In this captivating episode, Adam and Aneesah are introduced to the beautiful Islamic manners in a novel way: Each concept is attached to an Arabic alphabet. This approach will help your children learn and remember both the Arabic alphabet and a good manner while having fun!
As Adam and Aneesah interact with their favourite Khala, as well as three new characters introduced in this episode, they learn about table manners, practice Tahara (cleanliness) as they get ready for Juma prayers, hear Zikr, and discover the meaning of Jannah.
Aneesah goes on an amusing "feeding spree" as she hears about the importance of sharing food with others. The episode concludes with a touching story by Khala on caring for animals, based on a Hadith of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him.
Children will also learn four Arabic letters: Ba, Jeem, Taw, and Zaal, and key Islamic terms associated with them.
Introducing Nader Khan, a renowned classical Nashid artist for the first time as "Chacha". Other artists include, Malikah Mohammad, Radwan Al-Nachawati, and Naomi Omar-Ali.
Produced by Abdul Malik Mujahid
Directed by Tom Vandenberg
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The Adam's World Series:
This unique Islamic video series introduces children to Islamic values and culture in a manner that is both entertaining and educational.
Puppets, songs, animation, humour, and positive images of Muslims make each Adam's World episode an important source of Islamic education for children 2 to 9 years.