This is the way we make Wudu


By Asma Mohyudeen
(based on 'Here we go round the Mulberry bush')
You may make the wudu movements when saying this poem to help teach young Muslims the actions in wudu

This is the way we wash our hands,
wash our hands, wash our hands,
This is the way we wash our hands,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we rinse our mouth,
rinse our mouth, rinse our mouth,
This is the way we rinse our mouth,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we clean our nose,
clean our nose, clean our nose,
This is the way we clean our nose,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we wash our face,
wash our face, wash our face,
This is the way we wash our face,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we clean our arms,
clean our arms, clean our arms,
This is the way we clean our arms,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we wipe our head,
wipe our head, wipe our head,
This is the way we wipe our head,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we clean our ears,
clean our ears, clean our ears,
This is the way we clean our ears,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we wipe our neck,
wipe our neck, wipe our neck,
This is the way we wipe our neck,
When we make wudu.



This is the way we wash our feet,
wash our feet, wash our feet,
This is the way we wash our feet,
When we make wudu.



Hosting by WebRing.