Tarbiyah storytime is a collection of books that have been lovingly designed with great attention to detail to introduce children to an ayah of the Qur’an. The books are easy to follow and a great way for kids to either follow along and listen to each story, or use as a way to learn to read.
The app is available on the App store and Google store.
Check this app out! I’ve heard it’s very effective in getting children to learn to read and memorise the Qur’an!
Quran Stories with HudHud – The Story of Yusuf is the first in a series of amazing new apps. In this new interactive app children learn about the stories of the Quran through colourful illustrations, interactive animations and a wide range of engaging activities. Download now to start the adventure.
As we all know, there is pretty much an app for everything these days 😉 And sure enough, there is an app to help us and our children memorise the Suras from the Quran too!
We had covered this app as part of our Islamic Children’s App Series and am sharing the review for those interested here:
And here is another one: http://www.quranstar.com/
This site is amazing as well: https://en.muqri.com
You can choose which Qari you want, which surah you want, which ayah(s) and how many times you want it repeated. You can also choose to give yourself some time to recite after each ayah is played.
I came across two more apps on learning the arabic alphabet – here they are!
Alif Ba Ta Memory:
Arabic with Taha and Maryam:
Wudhu Idea 2: THIS app!
So I was all set to share a book I had which had some good pictures and explanation for wudhu, and when i went to look for where to get it, i found this! It’s now an app that is free to download!
It is not just about Wudhu but is about all of salat, which will be useful i’m sure! Although aimed at children, it’s not totally child-friendly in terms of the layout and wording used, but the images alongside your explanation should hopefully do the trick.
I thought we would do a (unfortunately short due to lack of stuff out there!) series on Wudhu to help answer someone’s question from last week…
For the Ahle Sunnah, there is actually a great tool out there – two characters who bring it to life called Ali and Sumaya!
With an app (free to download), a full length DVD and even an Ali and Sumaya doll, there are plenty of ways to help children learn their Wudhu (and Salah).
For more information, check out: http://www.aliandsumaya.com/characters.html
Another App review for you 🙂
Amina’s Kitchen is a great app for any budding young chef in the house!
When you log on, you can go straight to the recipes or click on play for some interactive fun… You are directed to a map where you can choose your destination, and then introduced to various dishes from the region. To get the ingredients, you need to play a catching game – but make sure you stay away from the non-halal ingredients! A great way to introduce children to different regions of the world where Muslims are, teach them about halal and haraam, and introduce them to the world of cooking…
Check it out on: