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Abstract: The study aimed to investigate the degree of the contribution of the Islamic education textbooks in promoting the values of moderation among the students of the first three grades from teachers’ perspectives and uncover any differences in the degree of the contribution due to the teachers’ gender and students’ grades. The study used the descriptive analytical design to achieve the objectives of the study. A questionnaire consisting of (71) items divided into (3) fields: faith, worship, and transactions was distributed to a random sample of (150) male and female teachers of the first three grades at Irbid’s directorate of education. The results showed that the degree of the contribution of the Islamic education first three grades' textbooks as a whole in promoting the values of moderation was medium and that there were no statistically significant differences due to the impact of the teacher’s gender and the class he teaches. The study recommended the need to increase students' awareness of the importance of moderation in transactions, the need to focus on instilling the values of tolerance and moderation among the students of the first three grades by the educational institutions and finally the need to hold specialized seminars by the school administrations to show Islam’s moderation and forgiveness.
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