KS1 RE Quiz
Muslims worship in a mosque.


This Islam RE quiz introduces children to this religion. Within Key Stage 1, schools can decide which religions they teach - if any. Often, if they do teach RE or RS, they concentrate on one religion per term.

Islam is the second most popular religion in the world and if you follow this religion you are called a Muslim. Can you answer these questions on Islam?

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  1. Why do Muslims wash before prayer?
    It is important to clean themselves as it shows respect to Allah and represents spiritual cleansing.
  2. What do Muslims call their God?
    They believe there is only one god and he is called Allah.
  3. What is the name of their holy book?
    They also read from right to left, not left to right.
  4. Why do Muslims place their mats in a certain direction?
    In the centre of Mecca, the black box or cube (called a Kaaba) is placed. This is very important to Muslims and is where they direct their prayers.
  5. Where does the religion of Islam come from?
    This area is also known as the Middle East.
  6. Every time someone says the name Muhammad, they follow it with which phrase?
    This statement is said as a sign of respect to him.
  7. Where would a Muslim pray?
    You have to take your shoes off when you enter a mosque.
  8. Which day is considered the holy day?
    All Muslims go to a mosque on Friday, normally around noon.
  9. Many Muslims believe he was God's last prophet - what is his name?
    Muslims believe there were many other prophets before Muhammad.
  10. What does the word Islam mean?
    It also comes from the word 'peace'.

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