Al Isra Wal Mi’raj Storybook for Children

Following the ‘Year of Sorrow’, which was a dark time for the Muslims, and three weeks after the incident at Ta’if, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) experienced the Isra and the Mi’raj. This journey begun around the 10th year after revelation and approximately a year before the Prophet’s (saw) migration from Makkah to Medina, known as the Hijrah. It was a journey that began at the Ka’bah in Makkah, to Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem, and concluded in the Heavens. Al-Isra Wal-Mi’raj was one of the most miraculous experiences that Allah (SWT) had bestowed upon Prophet Muhammad (saw). This journey has no parallel in human history, and concludes beyond the horizons of human comprehension. The Quran says:

“Glorified is He Who carried His servant for a journey by night from the Holy Mosque (in Makka) to the farther Mosque (in Jerusalem) – whose surroundings We have blessed – that We might show him some of Our signs. Indeed He alone is All-Hearing, All-Seeing.” (Sura Al-Isra 17:1)

The story of the Mi’raj is a miraculous story for children that occurred in the month of Rajab. It is a beautiful story to relay to children to teach them about the unseen and to learn about the gift of salah.

Enjoy a Muslimommy exclusive, “The Isra Wal Mi’raj Story For Kids”. It is a 34-page story especially for Muslimommy subscribers as a free printable download for you to share with your children. Find it The Mom Vault but you have to be a subscriber to gain access. Subscribe below:

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Founder, author, and designer of Muslimommy. Mom of six from seven to fifteen years of age. My quest is to remind mothers of the blessings of motherhood and provide simple methods to attain relief. My Love for Allah SWT and his beloved Prophet SAW inspire me to spread a peaceful message through the woes of parenthood. Forgive me for any error for only God is Perfect. My writing is a reminder to others, but mostly myself, about the temporary and difficult challenges of this world for an everlasting and beautiful hereafter. Insha'Allah may we meet there someday.

22 thoughts on “Al Isra Wal Mi’raj Storybook for Children

  1. Shabana

    Beautifully put together.
    Told my class the story of Isra wal Miraj using your site and they understood it very well.
    May Allah (SWT) reward you for all the effort you put in this. Ameen.
    It helped so much.

    1. Muslimommy

      Dear sister. Sorry for the late response, I only saw this comment a few days ago. You are very welcome and thank you so much for letting me know how much you liked the article and how you shared it with your class. Jazakallah Khair!

  2. arshiya

    Actually i am a student but, as a student i loved it. Its actually a big help to mothers even to the children.

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  4. firoz

    MashaAllah good writing. Fits well to teach children. Thought if you intended to write part 5. Suggest you cover the conversation between Allah and prophet Sal. It will help better.

  5. Saamiyah

    I am unable to download this resource! It seems amazing from the description, but the file is not available!

    1. ZakkiyaZakkiya Post author

      Wa Alaikum Salaam, by becoming a subscriber or checking your newsletter to find the Mom Vault password to gain access to the download.