What’s been happening?
Alhamdulillaah today the children finished Surah Al Ma’idah. We’re all really pleased alhamdulillaah.
What’s next? (more…)
I haven’t posted for a long time now. Things have been a little hectic here but alhamdulillaah we are still moving, still memorising and our routines are still somewhat in place….. a little shaken….but still in place.
There has been unrest but everything is a lot more settled now so it’s definetely time to get back to business.
We are approaching the winter now which is usually an ideal time to make great progress so we’ll make dua and see how things go.
The children have a new teacher now which has worked out for the best alhamdulillaah. This is such a blessing as I was worried that it would make them confused and unsettle them but this teacher seems to really be bringing out the best in them alhamdulillaah may Allaah bless her.
My husband and I are still progressing steadily alhamdulillaah, we are trying hard to keep moving regardless of any obstacles that we may come across.
May Allaah make it easy for us all and accept our efforts from us ameen.
Well today is the day to update our progress on our summer challenge.
Alhamdulillaah we started, I have to be thankful for being blessed with the desire to memorise and for being blessed with a family that are able and willing to do it with me may Allaah bless them. (more…)
it took a while for us to update sorry about that. The last thing I mentioned was the good news of the children finishing the juz maasha Allaah. We were also deliberating where they would go next in memorisation.
Oh and I found the treat I was looking for lol!
I had mixed feelings about their new accomplishment, it was definitely a time to reflect about a lot of different things subhan Allaah. (more…)
This is our new schedule I pray Allaah accept it from us, make it easy for us to stick to it and increase upon it and put love in our hearts for it.
Hifdh: Memorise for at least 30 minute per day Sunday-Thursday (Fri and Sat off). In-shaa Allaah they will get 4-5 lines per day if focused.
Hifdh prep: listening to the tapes/cds of the surahs with ayaat repeated at relaxation times especially before bed.
Review: Read 5 pages per day of surahs they’ve already memorised so 1/2 hizb.
UPDATE (21/08/2011) for review they now read 10 pages.
General reading: 5 mins per day