Islamic Songs for Children


Assalamu ‘Alaykum,

As a parent I often look for Islamic based cartoons and songs for the little ones to watch during their allotted screen times. In recent weeks, thanks to my wife, I have come across some beautiful Islamic songs that will keep your toddlers occupied during those difficult meal times, or when you need to get away for a few minutes to do some tidying or household chores, or when you just need a moment for them to stay still for a bit.

I have linked them below in the hope that you will find them useful and enjoy them with your toddlers as much as I have. The only word of caution is that the songs do contain Music and therefore if you do not allow yourself or your children to listen to any sort of Music, then please do not click the links below:


UMMI Song Collection | ENGLISH | KIDS SONG | ISLAMIC SONG | 12 MINUTES by HudHud TV


Islamic Cartoons for Kids | Compilation | Loving Orphans and more | Omar & Hana by Omar & Hana – Islamic Cartoons for Kids


Twinkle-twinkle Syahadah (Alif & Sofia) by Mini Monsta – Cartoon for Kids


(Official) MV BISMILLAH (2013 Edition – ENGLISH) by Famille Musulmane

For older children, they may enjoy the Prophets Stories series by IQRA CARTOON . If you know of any others, feel free to share insha Allah.

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