A collection of resources detailing the origins, beliefs and practices of Islam. Founded by the prophet Muhammad, Islam is the second largest religion in the world with over a billion followers. The collection contains a quiz, wordsearch and presentation on Islam.
Video/audio clip of the Islamic minaret (tower) of a mosque with audio of the Muslim call to prayer. Allows children to hear how Muslims are called to pray five times a day.View full description
A powerpoint presentation giving information on the Islamic religion including history, beliefs, traditions and customs. Includes a quiz at the end of the presentation for assessment of learning.View full description
Short, simple introduction to Islam from the BBC schools website. Includes additional links to information on Islamic festivals with suggested classroom activities and worksheets.View full description
Website giving a simple outline of the Islamic religion including formation, beliefs and customs. Has an easy to follow questions and answers format.View full description
The virtual mosque tour allows you to have a look around a mosque. Includes reception area, ablution area for cleansing prior to prayer and the prayer hall.View full description
Crossword worksheet to accompany the powerpoint presentation on Islam.View full description
Series of cloze sentences for use with Powerpoint presentation on Islam.View full description
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