Then fold the printable in half on the dotted lines and cut around the black borders so it resembles this:
We then read each dua until it was memorized then proceeded to colouring it. Ours looked like this:
Finally, you can either leave it as it is and post it by either laminating it or optimally placing it in a card stand. We made our own DIY card stand and laminated the sheet as well. The results were awesome mashaAllah!
We hope you have a lot of fun spending an evening with your child learning and colouring these dua’s!
Don’t forget to send us a copy of your stand and we will showcase it here, on Salik Kids!
We hope everyone has been having a blessed new year!
From this week, Salik Kids will be learning about the different adhkaar in Islam. Of the many adhkaar that our dear Prophet Muhammadﷺ has taught us is the adhkaar for when we are about to go on a ride.
Here is a special dua card which you can colour with your child and hang it in your car so that you can be sure to ask Allah’s protection every time!
Here is an example of how you could hang it your car:
The front of our card looked like this.
And the back like this.
What we found to be optimal in size was to print two design on one page. This is in contrast to the instructions included in the package but we thought it would be best to preserve the original design and size depending on what you find best for your child.