The 12 Pillars of Islamic Character and Leadership Development for Children: A Framework Based on Al-Fatihah

The 12 Pillars framework, based on the Al-Fatihah, offers a comprehensive guide for parents, educators, and caregivers to help children aged 2-12 develop strong character and leadership skills rooted in Islamic values. The 12 Pillars include Mind, Motion, Manners, Mission, Memory, Mastery, Morals, Motivation, Mercy, Mentorship, Preservation, and Balance, each of which plays a crucial role in shaping an individual’s personality and behavior. By instilling these qualities in children, we can help them become effective leaders who contribute positively to their communities and society as a whole, while remaining true to their Islamic beliefs and principles.

Al-Fatihah: What can we practice in our daily morals/life application?

At Kidzori LMS, we believe in translating the timeless teachings of Surah Al-Fatihah into practical, real-world skills that children can apply in their daily lives. Our curriculum is carefully crafted to instill the values and virtues encapsulated in Al-Fatihah, ensuring that children not only understand them but also embody them in their actions.


Through activities designed to foster appreciation for the blessings in their lives, children learn to cultivate a grateful heart, recognizing the importance of expressing thanks and recognizing the goodness around them.

Compassion and Mercy

By engaging in acts of kindness and empathy towards others, children develop a sense of compassion and mercy, understanding the importance of helping those in need and showing empathy towards others’ feelings and experiences.


Through imaginative play and exploration, children are encouraged to dream big and envision a brighter future for themselves and their communities, fostering a sense of purpose and ambition from a young age.


Our program emphasizes the importance of honesty, trustworthiness, and moral integrity, teaching children to uphold their principles and values even in the face of challenges or temptations.

The Power of Execution

Through hands-on activities and projects, children learn the importance of taking initiative, setting goals, and seeing tasks through to completion, building resilience and determination along the way.

Continuous Improvement

We encourage a growth mindset in children, teaching them to embrace challenges as opportunities for growth and learning, and to constantly strive for self-improvement and excellence in all that they do.

Avoiding Wrongdoings

By instilling a strong sense of right and wrong, children learn to make ethical choices and avoid behaviors that harm themselves or others, fostering a culture of accountability and responsibility.

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