Marking Ramadan with Older Children - Idea 5: Split the recitation of the Quran

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To try and finish the Quran on your own isn’t easy – but why not split it between your family to try and get it done? With older kids this is quite do-able and even if it doesn’t get done in the month, it can be something that will help maintain the regular recitation of the Quran in the days/weeks after Ramadan.

Here is some advice sent in by a mum on a practical way to do this:

“Each part (para) is 20 pages so we can split into 5 – so by reading 4 pages after each salat, we can finish a part a day (and the whole Quran in 1 month). The 4 pages can be split between the family so for example, if a family of 4 shares it, it would be only 1 page after each salat.”

Marking Ramadan with Older Kids - Idea 6: Going on a Journey

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Here’s something else for the older kiddos – check out the poster for full details but basically it’s a guide to working through Jawshan Kabeer over the month (as well as other things!).

You need to email alidinas@gmail.com to register your interest and you will then be emailed periodically over the month with goodies for you and your children to work on!

P.S. If you’re seeing this after Ramadan 2018, then not to worry. It’s the 4th year running so am sure there will another next year inshallah! Simply email them for more info.

Marking Ramadan with Older Kids - Idea 1: Quran competition

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Now that my kids are older (10 and 12), I find that a lot of the activities/books/calendar inserts out there are not quite suitable for them. So I have been looking out for a few things that are and which I have found useful, and thought I’d share here in case anyone else does!

First up, check out this Quran competition. It’s very cool! Each day, 2 questions become available online and you and your kiddos can look inthe Quran and read through the designated verses to find the answer.

More details below!

Quranic Ramadhan Competition
**Spend your Ramadan with the Quran and Feed Your Soul**

**In this competition, two questions will be asked from one ‘juz’ of the Quran on every day of the blessed month of Ramadan. The reference for the answer within the verses of the ‘juz’ will be provided as a guide. This means that in the 30 days of Ramadan, 60 questions will be asked. Participants who obtain an overall high score will be the winners of the competition and will receive prizes**

Starts On: 16th May 2018
Length: 4 weeks

http://lms.darulquran.co.uk/en/course/view.php?id=65

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