And for the last round of activities!
8. Hajj ritual setup: By using the kids blocks, making a few things and printing Day 1 to 5 cards from Islamic Bulletin Board, we setup our Hajj table. This was by far the best teaching tool we had about Hajj. It was very hands on for them. So many people did Hajj on our table, AR took almost everyone he knows to Hajj.
|Using the kids wooden blocks we made Mina and Jamarat. You will be able to find many things to represent these if you look around the house.|
|We used 2 big rocks from our rock collection to represent Safa and Marwa mountains|
|The empty area is where Arafah is, the Hujjaj stand there and make dua. Muzdalifah is where the people are sleeping.|
|Felt sacrificial animals, the camel is missing.|
9. Hajj Felt story board: Using our felt story board we did some hajj related stories and a life time journey of Hajj in our imagination. Unfortunately I was not able to take pictures and now we are out of town. It was a time consuming project for prepare for me, because I had to cut out each part separately.
10. Memorize and Chant the Talbiyah, Tahleel, Tahmeed and Takbeer : The Prophet SAW said: "There are no days on which righteous deeds are greater in the sight of Allaah and dearer to Him
than on these ten days. So, intensify Tahleel and Tahmeed."
- Tahleel - La IlaahaIllaAllaah "there is no one worthy of being worshiped but Allaah"
- Takbeer - Allaahu Akbar "Allaah is The Greatest"
- Thameed - Alhamdu lillaah "praise be to Allaah"
I pray and hope that you all find these activities a good idea and helpful teaching tools for you families inshaAllah
I pray that Allah SWT gives us all to the taweeq (ability) to benefit from these best 10 days. And also accept all our acts of worship in these day. Ameen
Hajj Mabroor to ALL the Hujjaj inshaAllah.
Asakm Wrmt wbrt,ReplyDelete
I am Very happy and pleased to see your work and much effort in detailing mashallah...may Allah reward you for your efforts, ameen.
I came to know your page through surfing for a picture for my fb page Rowdatun Noor...yes i was also surprised to see a similar name of you blog and similar thoughts and ideas for my classes as well....inshallah. another common thing which i found was you too live in saudi but which part?? i live in jubail,MAshoor street.
pls do contact me or share your contactdetails on email@example.com il call you inshallah. Duas Takreem
So cute Mashallah! LOVE it :)I love simply everything about it. Jazakallah for sharing. Barakallaho feeki :)
mashaAllah a really great model :) I think we will try something similar inshaAllahReplyDelete
Assalamo alaikum Ukhti,ReplyDelete
I have linked you up along with many other awesome Hajj activities from other Muslim mom bloggers. You can check it out here http://umamahlearningacademy.blogspot.ca/2012/10/hajj-activities-for-kids-2.html
Mashallah an awesome project! and well done too :) May Allah increase you in knowledge and amal, and make your kids sadaqa jariya for you Ameen!ReplyDelete
Umrah involves only the rites of Tawaf and Sa`i with ihram; whereas Hajj involves staying in Mina, performing the rite of wuquf (standing) in the plains of `Arafat, staying in Muzdalifah, and pelting the stone pillars, as well as sacrifice in some cases. `Umrah, however, does not involve any of these.ReplyDelete
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I love the set-up, and have shared it on muslim motherhood sg facebook page. Hope you don't mind.
Thanks sis for inspiring us with this simple yet very practical lesson.