ALIF PlayNLearn:
Helping Children Learn Islam The Fun Way

Children learn best when they are having fun through play! What a great way to help children learn. Now, you can use play-based activities to help children learn about Islam using the ALIF PlayNLearn module.

Let's Make Learning Islam Fun!

In teaching Islam to young children, we need to use a different approach than older children. For young children who are between the ages 2-4 years old, they need activities which are hands-on and play-based to capture their interest.

If you are a new preschool or childcare centre owner, you may face the challenge of attracting new enrollment to your centres, as some parents may prefer more established centres. Another challenge you may face is in getting your teachers, especially the new ones, to develop modules for your centre’s use.

As parents are more selective when it comes to their children’s early education nowadays, especially related to Islamic values, it is important for you as the preschol or childcare centre owner, to offer a good Islamic program which is suitable for their children. Thus, having a fun, play-based Islamic program which was developed by qualified and experience educators, will attract more parents to enroll their children to you.

How do we introduce and teach young children about Islam in a way that is fun and effective for them?

“Play is the work for children”. Thus, by using PLAY to help children learn about ISLAM and being a MUSLIM, we help children enjoy the learning process.

ALIF PlayNLearn is a program which consists of 60 lesson plans based on a variety of topics that are related to the children and things around them.

Each of the lessons include Circle Time, Story Time, Active Play or Sensory Play, Song & Movement and Arts & Crafts. The lessons are written in detail so that even new teachers are able to conduct the lessons with ease.

The lessons instill in the children awareness of Allah as their Creator (Early Tawheed) as well as social skills (Akhlaq and Adab) when they are playing with their friends.

what is ALIF PlayNLearn?

ALIF PlayNLearn is a play-based module with Islamic values developed for children 2 – 4 years old, for use in preschool or childcare centres.

It is easy for teachers to run and implement in their preschool or childcare centre. The lessons cover the basic understanding of Allah as the Creator and their life as a Muslim.

It is also suitable for home-schooling moms who are conducting playgroups in their community.

The lesson plans use play-based activities for fun and effective learning. Islamic values are integrated in the content, with developmentally appropriate activities. The lesson plans are written in step-by-step, thus making it easy for teachers to follow.

A group of mothers in Chicago using our Islamic Playbased module (was known as Alimkids Playgroup module before rebranded to ALIF PlayNLearn) for their community playgroup at a mosque in 2011.

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Developed by qualified and experience educators, that is easy for teachers to run and implement in their preschool or childcare centre. The lessons cover the basic understanding of Allah as the Creator and their life as a Muslim.

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Why Buy?

We are the first and only Islamic Play-Based Module, ready for immediate implementation in a kindergarten or childcare

The module was developed by our team of educators, with years of experience in early childhood education, led by our co-founder, who has a Masters in Early Childhood Education.

  • Consists of 10 main topics, each with 6 lesson plans, totalling to 60 lesson plans
  • Supporting printed storyboards related to the topics
  • The lessons cover the basic understanding of Allah as the Creator and their life as a Muslim.
  • Available in BM or English, depending on your preferences.
  • The lesson plans use play-based activities for fun and effective learning. Islamic values are integrated in the content, with developmentally appropriate activities.
  • The lesson plans are written in step-by-step, thus making it easy for teachers to follow.
  • The module is divided into two levels. Each level consists of five main topics. For Level 1, the theme is "Discovering Allah's Gifts" where the children will be introduced to the five senses that Allah Gives through five different modules.
  • The five modules consists of six sub-topics which includes these components: Aqidah, Akhlaq, Amal, Active Play and Arts&Craft (5As). For Level 2, the theme is "I am a Muslim", where children will be introduced to the basics of being a Muslim through five modules.
  • The five modules consists of six sub-topics which includes these components: Circle Time, Song And Movement, Story Telling, Active Play and Arts & Crafts Activity.
  • The five modules consists of six sub-topics which includes these components: Circle Time, Song And Movement, Story Telling, Active Play and Arts & Crafts Activity.