Don't know what to buy the kids this Eid. How about these novel gifts.

My First Eid T-shirt

This adorable creation can be found on Mini Muslim Playground . The delightful t-shirt is an ideal gift for babies and is a treasured reminder of your baby’s first Eid with you and your family. This t-shirt, priced £9.99, comes with a lovely poem and you can personalise it with the name of your Mini Muslim.

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My Dua Pillow

The My Dua Pillow allows children to hear night-time dua’s and a soothing lullaby to make bedtime easier, and more fun than ever. Features include the recitation of the Ayatul Kursi, the 3 Quls with child-safe LED lights and over six minutes of sound. The pillow can be seen on Ibraheem Toy House .


This book, with its simple yet profound dua and stories, set in the circumstances of our daily existence, expresses the joy and challenges of life. Reading these prayers and stories, children will come to know how ordinary incidents and day to day activities are important subjects for prayer and why they should be thankful to Allah. These charming stories and heart-warming prayers are brought to life with stunning and colourful illustrations. The book can be seen on My Muslim Mall.

Children’s Prayer Mats

These boys and girls prayer mats were carefully handmade and are padded for comfort. Seen on the prayer mats have a colourful and fun unique design which kids will treasure as one of their own.  By being visually different to traditional prayer mat designs, the aim is to encourage children to enjoy praying even more.

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Rubiks Cube

This new take on the Rubiks cube for Muslims is a great toy for kids of all ages. Seen on Simply Islam the Rubiks Cube features six wonderful Islamic scenes

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What’s Next

This exciting sequencing game for £5.99 contains 40 wonderfully illustrated cards covering prayer times, the actions of wudhu, the actions of salah and words said during the prayer. Featured on Learning Roots the cards make the performance of wudhu and salah an endearing experience for your child.

Ramadan Chocolate Calendar

The Ramadan calendar is a delightful treat for children (and adults) and a festive way to count down the days from the beginning of Ramadan until Eid. Seen on Al Muttaqun the calendar is available in pink and blue.

Don't forget to say Bismillah

This book is a fun and effective way for children to learn a selection of dua’s in Arabic together with their English meanings. The book seen on is about a young Muslim family and how they use basic dua's in their everyday life. Both parents and teachers will find this book to be a useful guide.

Learning Machine

The Learning Machine, featured on is shaped like an iPad and teaches children Islamic words and phrases in English and Arabic.

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Made by Allah Baby Grow

This is another gift from the Mini Muslim Playground website. This gorgeous baby grow says ‘Made by Allah’ and is available in a range of colours. The gift comes with a lovely dua and is packaged in a beautiful cotton bag. A perfect baby gift!