A'salaamu alaikum sister. I was wondering if you could tell me what age you feel this is appropriate for? I respect your opinion as an educator regarding these matters.Ma salaama...
Waalaikum assalam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakatuh,Umm Aaminah, jazakillaahu khayr for your confidence in my opinion and I ask Allaah to please forgive me that I fall terribly short of this opinion. Dear sis, the bulk of this beautiful resource is one that I would use with Kindergarten aged children (closer to mid-year) and up. The length of the book lends itself to children in grades 1 and 2 (or if read to Kindergarten children I would read it over a period of several days, reminding them what happened in the story where we left off). The lovely fasting chart also appears to be appropriate for children in grades 2 and up but as some children begin fasting half days, they may also find this chart a wonderful source of encouragement....waallaahu a'lam. The The ad'iya charts can be used with toddlers as well as older children. And the Quran reading chart can be used with preschool aged children and up. The colourful layout may prove to be attractive for young preschoolers and again help to encourage them to be steadfast in their Quran reading. I hope this helps insha'Allaah. Jazakillaahu khayr!
Subhanallah ... thx for share those kit. I downloaded some chart from you. Btw, we have the same blog lay out/template, lol. http://raviva.blogspot.com
thank you so much for this information- I may use it myself ( as a convert I appreciate some of the 'beginner' muslim resources)
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