20 Hadith for Kids

20 Hadith for Kids By Molvi Abdul Aziz

20 Hadith for Kids” In the name of the Most Benevolent and Compassionate Allah. Blessings and peace be upon the Prophet Muhammad, his companions, family, and everyone who adheres to his teachings.

Our goal in compiling this hadith collection is to make twenty lessons from the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) understandable and entertaining for young readers. These hadiths have been carefully chosen to impart to our children important lessons and virtues, fostering a love of Islam and directing them towards moral behaviour in their daily lives.

Allah’s Mercy:

According to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Abu Huraira (RA) related the following: “Allah is more merciful to His servants than a mother is to her child.”

We ought to ask for His pardon and put our faith in His kindness.

Being Generous to Parents:

“Paradise lies beneath your mother’s feet,” the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) reportedly said, according to Abdullah ibn Masud (RA).

Lesson: Given their special status in Islam.


The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is reported by Abu Sufyan (RA) to have said: “Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise.”

Lesson: We should always be truthful and sincere in both our words and deeds.

Integrity in Profession:

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is reported to have said: “On the Day of Judgement, the truthful and trustworthy businessman will be in the company of the prophets, the truthful, and the martyrs” by Abdullah ibn Umar (RA).

Lesson: In all of our interactions, including business dealings, honesty and integrity are crucial.

Education Is Important:

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “Every Muslim has an obligation to seek knowledge,” according to Abu Huraira (RA).

Lesson: Islam places a high importance on education, and we should make it our life’s mission to learn new things.

Expressing gratitude

In the words of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), as related by Abu Huraira (RA), “He who does not thank people, does not thank Allah.”

Lesson: We should always be appreciative of other people’s generosity and blessings.


The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, “The best among you are those who have the best manners and character,” according to Aisha (RA).

Lesson: Being a true believer involves developing good manners and character.

Forbearance in Adversity:

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, as reported by Abu Sa’id Al-Khudri (RA): “The believer who has the most perfect faith is the one whose character is the best, and the best among you are those who are the most kind to their families.”

Lesson: Islam holds patience in the face of hardship and misfortune in the highest regard.


According to Anas ibn Malik (RA), the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: “Do not be people without minds of your own, saying that if others treat you well, you will treat them well, and that if they do wrong, you will do wrong.

Instead, accustom yourselves to do good if people do good and not to do wrong if they do evil.” Lesson: As we seek Allah’s forgiveness, we should endeavour to be forgiving of others.

Helping Others:

According to Abdullah ibn Amr (RA), the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said. The best of people are those who are most beneficial to others. Lesson: Helping others and being kind is a cornerstone of Islam.

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