Free Printable Colour-in-Pictures for Muslim Children

These colouring worksheets will teach some basics about Islam to children in a “fun” way. InshaAllah, more free printable worksheets will be added here soon. Simply download these free coloring worksheets and print them for your children to complete.

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Colour-in-Picture #1 Animal mentioned in Quran: Bird
Colour-in-Picture #2 Animal mentioned in Quran: Cow
Colour-in-Picture #3 Animal mentioned in Quran: Frog
Colour-in-Picture #4 Islamic Calligraphy, Allah
Colour-in-Picture #5 Islamic Calligraphy, Prophet Muhammad
Colour-in-Picture #6 Picture of Ali and his grandfather going to the mosque
Colour-in-Picture #7 Picture of animals on earth
Colour-in-Picture #8 Picture of Abdullah going to school
Colour-in-Picture #9 Animal mentioned in Quran: Elephant
Colour-in-Picture #10 Animal mentioned in Quran: Snake
Colour-in-Picture #11 Animal mentioned in Quran: Horse
Colour-in-Picture #12 Animal mentioned in Quran: Spider
Colour-in-Picture #13 Admire the creation of Allah, say “subhnaAllah”
Colour-in-Picture #14 Animal mentioned in Quran: Bee
Colour-in-Picture #15 Picture of a Mosque
Colour-in-Picture #16 Picture of boy eating. Before we eat, we say “Bismillah”.


My Colouring Book 1
This book practises these words: Arrow, necklace, bowl, bed, honey, drink, grapes, house, curtain, shoe, boat, roof, ring, ring, treasure, soup and town.


My Colouring Book 2
This book practises these words: Rope, perfume, stones, key, rain, wooden peg, gold, supper, half, flag, wood, bones, cloak, road, food and vessel.


My Colouring Book 3
This book practises these words: Battle, spear, quiver, sword, cave, musical instrument, tambourine, wing, pillars, mountains, leather bag, seashore, meat, shoelace, jug and tin.


My Colouring Book 4
This book practises these words: Tent, egg, bandage, scrolls, turban, pearls, wind, tree, well, bucket, weapons, milk, stick, fingernail, dust and straw.


My Colouring Book 5
This book practises these words: Basket, rock, knife, clouds, break, thumb, wall, moon, smoke, corner, cucumber, dates, bread, big tray, dining table and water skin.


My Colouring Book 6
This book practises these words: Garment, shirt, earring, bangle, rein, chair, piece of gold, voice, mouth, village, drought, Iron (metal), booty, mud, forest and the Hebrew language.


My Colouring Book 7
This book practises these words: Whip, (money) bag, night, sun, journey, thirst, grass, river, raisins, silver, cushion, ear, trouser, brick, eye an fort.


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