WORKBOOK COVER & INTRO – 30Days with the Names of Allah

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Assalamo ‘alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

I perfect Umm Yusef’s style, the cover and introduction to the workbook come at the end!

Alhamdulillah.

Please find the links to the workbook pages for the four weeks (or so) of Ramadaan here: WEEK 1, WEEK 2, WEEK 3, WEEK 4.

Please, do NOT skip the introduction: the correct understanding of the Names and Attributes of Allah is vital to sound belief and so many in have gone astray because of deviant understandings of this topic…(may Allah protect us fro that). The following is a super simplified 1 page version of the guidelines on the correct way to understand the Names and Attributes of Allah according to the methodology of the salaf, alhamdulillah. I couldn’t make it any simpler. Alhamdulillah.

RAMADAN WORKBOOK – 30 Days with the Names of Allah – COVER AND INTRODUCTION

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I ask Allah to keep my intentions pure and for this little effort of mine to benefit my family and yours.

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PART 4 – Ramadaan: 30 days with the Names of Allah

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Assalamo ‘alaykum.

Please find below the last instalment of the Names of Allah workbook I will be doing this coming Ramadaan with my children, insha’Allah. (Here you will find my original post with week 1 ,week 2 and week 3) Alhamdulillah.

May Allah purify my intention and help my family and yours benefit from this little effort. Ameen.

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 22 – Ash-Shakoor

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 23 – As-Samee’

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 24 – Al-‘Azeez

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 25 – Al-Ghafoor

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 26 – Al-Ghanee

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 27 – Al-Fattaah

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 28 – Al-Qaadir

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 29 – Ar-Rafeeq

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 30 – Al-Malik

PART 3 – Ramadaan: 30 days with the Names of Allah

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Assalamo ‘alaykum.

Following my recent posts on the Names of Allah Workbook I am putting together for my kids for the upcoming Ramadaan insha’Allah, here is the pages for week 3. (Here you will find my original post with week 1 and  week 2) Alhamdulillah.

May Allah purify my intention and help my family and yours benefit from this little effort. Ameen.

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 15 – Al-Khaaliq

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 16 – Ash-Shaafee

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 17 – Ar-Rahmaan_Ar-Raheem

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 18 – Ar-Rabb

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 19 – Ar-Razzaaq

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 20 – Al-Aleem

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 21- As-Salaam

 

PART 2 – Ramadaan: 30 days with the Names of Allah

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Assalamo ‘alaykum.

Following my previous post on the Names of Allah Workbook I am putting together for my kids for the upcoming Ramadaan insha’Allah, here is the pages for week 2. Alhamdulillah.

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 08 – al-Baseer

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 09 – at-Tawwaab

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 10 – al-Haafidh

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 11 – al-Haseeb

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 12 – al-Haqq

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 13 – al-Mateen

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – day 14 – al-Hakeem

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Ramadaan: 30 days with the Names of Allah

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Assalamo ‘alaykum.

In an attempt not to let it creep up on us, I started thinking about Ramadaan. As usual, I plan for it to be our yearly break from formal homeschooling insha’Allah, but with some sort of Islamic activity for the boys.

Masha’Allah, I have a 9 year old who loves learning (but hates writing) and a 5 year old who cannot sit down for more than 3 minutes at a time but would be terribly offended if I didn’t plan something for him to do too…. so I thought: meaningful & simple.

I am working on a little workbook on the Names of Allah, something that both boys can do to their level, insha’Allah. They will be given a page each day (in the usual Ramadaan mailbox, they don’t want to let go of it!).

My sources are:

Each page focuses on one of the Names of Allah (I chose 30 of those I found easier to understand and explain) and will include:

  • The Name of Allah in Arabic with some Arabic writing practice
  • The short translation of the meaning of the Name
  • An absolutely minimal explanation of the Name.
  • An exercise to find the shaahid (proof) of it being a Name of Allah in the relative ayah of the Qur’an (which they will be required to copy out in English translation too).
  • A small space for reflection on how to implement belief in that Name of Allah in their life.
  • Title, banner, and little things that can be coloured if the child is in the mood to do colouring (but not so much that it looks incomplete if left in black & white!)

No frills, as usual. Because I can’t and I don’t have time to learn right now .

Here is what it will look like:

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Alhamdulillah, I am posting a week’s worth of pages to stop myself making further changes or additions and spending more time than needed in putting this together (insha’Allah!). Click on the links for the PDF files insha’Allah. Don’t forget me in your du’a.

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 01 -Allah

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 02 – al-Ahad

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 03 – al-Mujeeb

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 04 – al-Awwal

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 05 – al-Aakhir

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 06 – al-Baatin

Names of Allah RAMADAAN WORKBOOK – Day 07 – al-Baaree’

 

 

 

Fasting is a shield – a Ramadan chart

Assalamo ‘alaykum.

There wasn’t a pressing need for a Ramadan chart. There is lots of them around. However, my boys are into a bit of a castles/knights/medieval weaponry kind of phase. We are planning to design our own coats of arms tomorrow insha’Allah. I thought I could take advantage of this interest of theirs to tie in this very important and beautiful concept regarding the fast; I made a little chart with shield shapes for the child to colour one in (or fill it with a pattern) everytime he/she completes a fast, insha’Allah.

Fasting is a shield CHART

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May Allah grant us all a beneficial, peaceful and thankful month of fasting. May our fasting shield us from sin and from the Fire. Ameen.

Tafseer notebook – Juz’1

Assalamo ‘alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

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When I thought of the Bitesize Tafseer of Surah al-Baqarah activity, I thought I would print out pages of the mushaf and stick them on a A4 notebook. Then I realised it would be a lot of sticking and a very fat notebook. It would be better to have the mushaf page printed in the corner of the notebook page.

I very simply put together these pages. It’s not very neat and crisp I’m afraid, but it will do the job insha’Allah. I did not find a ready made notebook online or a hard copy I could buy from somewhere for this part of the Qur’an (for other sections, like juz’ ‘Amma, you can download a Juz’ ‘Amma workbook from A Muslim Homeschool or buy a hard copy here for juz’ 30 and 29, masha’Allah). If someone out there knows where I can buy one for Juz’1, please let me know insha’Allah! So here it is:

Tafseer notebook – Juz’1

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I ask Allah He makes it of benefit for my children and myself and whoever else uses it. Ameen.