5 Pillars Family Game


Get ready to learn about the five pillars of Islam in a fun way with family and friends. Packed with 100 cards, full of fun facts, teachings, wisdom and activities, this game will improve and widen your knowledge about the five pillars of Islam, which are Shahadah (faith), Salah (prayer), Sawm (fasting), Hajj (pilgrimage) and Zakah (charity). Contents: *1 playing board, *100 cards, *1 sand timer, *6 playing pieces, *1 dice, *1 instruction booklet

The Brainteaser Card has 3 questions and the player has to answer from any of the three questions. The Guess Card has 6 clues and 1 answer. The timer is also used as each player gets 1 minute to answer their question.

These cards have questions from the following categories:

  • Shahadah (faith)
  • Salah (prayer)
  • Sawm (fasting)
  • Hajj (pilgrimage)
  • Zakah (charity)
  • Seerah (the life of the Prophet Muhammad صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم)
  • Sahabha (the lives and stories of the companions)
  • The Quran
  • The Hadith
  • General Questions about Islam


How to Play

The game is recommended for ages 8+ and 2- 6 players can play the game. You can play either individually or make it a team effort; a team effort might be more suitable if you have younger children who are still learning about Islam and have limited knowledge. To start off the game, the first player picks any card from the Brainteaser Cards or the Guess cards and passes it to the player sitting next to him. This player then reads the question to the player who passed the card. If they get the question right, they receive a point and they have to roll the dice and move forward on the board. Play continues in this manner.

There will be times when the players land on the Fun Card circles or other special circles. When they land on the Fun Card, they have to pick a fun card and follow the directions. The special circles have specific instructions such as ‘Throw Again’ or ‘Go Back 1 Space’ making the game more fun and interesting for the children.

Every player has to get to the finish. The winner isn’t necessarily the first player to get to the finish point…but they must be the first player and also have the highest number of points. Remember to keep a track of your points while you play!

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