A simple Google search for free colouring pages will bring up a multitude of options, from cars to flowers and everything in between. But what about when you’re looking for Islamic themed colouring pages? Well never fear, here is a list to help with that one. If you have some suggestions feel free to let us know and we’ll be sure to add it to the list.

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Activity Village – Activity Village have a range of patterns, masjids, cards and more. http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/eid-colouring-pages

Coloring Kids – A selection of Arabic calligraphy, patterns, masjids and children in prayer. http://coloringkids.org/islamic-coloring-pages/

Crayola – The Crayola pages offer some really interesting geometric designs and some Ramadan activity pages. http://www.crayola.com/coloring-pages/ramadan.aspx

EduPics  – Edupics has a selection of Muslim children and masjid colouring pages. http://www.edupics.com/coloring-pages-islam-c206.html

Gilded Dunya – Ramadan related colouring activity printable. https://gildeddunya.com/2016/05/21/ramadan-colouring-pages-for-little-muslims/

Ibraheem Toyhouse – A selection of children praying and Arabic calligraphy. http://ibraheemtoyhouse.com/printables.pdf

Islamic Playground – Have a few pages of masjids and children praying. http://www.islamicplayground.com/scripts/prodview.asp?idproduct=57

On Coloring – On coloring has a few praying pages as well as some masjid pages. http://www.oncoloring.com/islam-coloring-pages.html

Peter Gould –  A free Kids of the Ummah Fun Pack printable, with colouring pages, wall hangers, cut outs and more. http://www.kidsoftheummah.com/

READ Little Muslims – A free Faatimah and Ahmed colouring activity printable.  http://www.readlittlemuslims.com/free-resources/free-activity-book-faatimah-and-ahmed/

Faaiza Osman
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Faaiza is the writer behind the blog Modest Munchies. Shes an avid baker, chocolate lover, recipe creator and crafter. Faaiza planned to be an accountant and subsequently a teacher, but after qualifying as both, being a stay at home mum took preference. Her teaching qualification is handy as she plans to homeschool her son and daughter, and has also inspired many creative learning ideas and crafts on her blog. Once a primarily food blog, Modest Munchies naturally developed to became an outlet for her to unleash her creativity.

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