just a quick update. The children haven’t started any new hifdh yet. Since they arrived at 7 ajzaa (Allahumma baarik alayhimaa) we have taken the past 2 weeks to review everything they have learned. Reviewing 1/2 juz per day we should be done by the end of next week in-shaa Allaah. We are also trying to get used to reading a juz per day and alhamdulillaah it seems as though we have finally found a good time to do this.
May Allaah bless them.
This is another method of memorisation from the excellent book “Kayfa Tahfathul Qur’aan Al Kareem” By Dr Yahya Al Gawthaany May Allaah reward him with much good for all of his good work.
The method we have chosen today is:
Al-Istifaadah min Al-Awqaat Adh-Dhaai’ah fis-Sayyaarah/ Benefitting From The Time Lost in The Car.
The Author wrote what could mean:
Many of the brothers that work a lot and have a desire to memorise the Qur’an say: “We don’t have any time.”
I have a lovely book called “Kayfa tahfadh al-Qur’aan al-Kareem (how to memorise the Noble Qur’aan)” by Dr Yahya Ibn Abdur-Razaq Al-Gawthaany. Maasha Allaah its a really lovely book and it combines between the main principles of memorisation and different methods in which it can be done. My husband and I will try our best to give basic/general translations of some of these methods to share with you in-shaa Allaah.
The first we have chosen is:
Al-Hifdh Bayna Ithnayn/Memorisation Between Two
The author (hafeethahullaah) said what could mean: (more…)
I just read this and thought I would share it. It has some good practical advise maasha Allaah may Allaah reward them with good.
I have a sister who is five and half years old and I want to teach her to memorize Qur’aan. Where should I start with her, and how?.
Praise be to Allaah.
Raising children to follow Islam from an early age, teaching them to memorize the Book of Allaah and educating them is the Sunnah of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and is regarded as a very important matter, especially in this day and age. But it is something that many people neglect with regard to their children and those under their care, and they get distracted by things that will be of no benefit to them in the Hereafter and may indeed harm them, and make them emotionally attached to those who do not even deserve to be mentioned, let alone taken as role models, such as actors, sports players and singers. (more…)
it’s about 10.pm right now and all though it’s not that late, it’s an unusual time for me to make a blog post…but I just had to share this.
I just read the most amazing article…why amazing? well it was amazing to me because it’s as if the sister that wrote it was talking directly to me subhan Allaah it was advice that I really needed! I spend a lot of my time teaching my children (I have 4 altogether alhamdulillaah) and generally looking after them so I don’t often get a chance to socialise with people who are also memorising. Sometimes I feel like I’m missing out on those little bits of advice or encouragement that you would share but then…along came this article subhan Allaah. (more…)
Assalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
This is a quick post to give good news that they finished the juz today Allaahu akbar!
I’m still a little shocked as this is their fastest time ever maasha Allaah. Tomorrow it would have been a month since they started it. I challenged them to complete it in a month to get a super speed bonus treat and they did it maasha Allaah.
Allahumma baarik alayhimaa its been a nice day for them may Allaah increase them in good and increase them in love for that which is beloved to Him and may it be accepted from us ameen.
I’ll be back soon, hopefully tomorrow to give more detail in-shaa Allaah….I need to think of a super speed bonus treat now!
I just made some new charts to help monitor progress for Juz Dhariyaat. As you can see my design themes are pretty basic. If you’d like to use them but maybe a different colour just send me a message and I’ll change them for you in-shaa Allaah.