Review: Understand Qur’an Academy

PSX_20150417_230057Assalamu’alaikum,

Alhamdulillah, I’m happy to have had the opportunity to try out this amazing program from the Understand the Qur’an Academy (UQA) for 30 days. MashaAllah, the teacher is really knowledgeable! May Allah reward him and his team for all the efforts for helping us to understand the book of Allah.

When learning to read from the Qur’an, the first thing that needs to be learnt is the tajweed. This is the way in which the prophet used to recite and therefore we should follow in his footsteps. Once we learn how to read the Qur’an, it also helps to understand the words and their meanings. This is what the course by the UQA entails, a person gains the ability to understand the meaning of every single word!

My experience with UQA has been great! I’ve been looking for an effective way to know the meaning of the Qur’an without  having to learn the Arabic language first. Continue reading

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Youtube: What is the Purpose of Life According to the Noble Qur’an??

Surat Adh-Dhāriyāt (The Winnowing Winds):56

وَمَا خَلَقْتُ الْجِنَّ وَالْإِنسَ إِلَّا لِيَعْبُدُونِ

Wamaa khalaqtu aljinna waalinsa illa liya’buduun
And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me. (Sahih International; quran.com) Continue reading

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My name is Rahmah, I'm a homeschooling Mum of five. I live in the UK but I'm originally from Indonesia. My educational background is in Electrical Engineering. If you like my blog, please press Ctrl+D to bookmark my page and check What’s new in Rahmah Muslim Homeschool. Please, remember me in your duaa's.

Surah An Nas (The Mankind) Worksheet

An Nas 3Assalamu’alaikum,

The easiest way to teach your child short surahs is to read the surahs together everyday or at least Mon-Fri before schooling. We normally read the short surahs before we start schooling, started from Al Fatihah (1), An Nas (114), Al Falaq (113), Al Ikhlas (112) and gradually add the next surah down from the Juz ‘Amma.

Your child will listen to you and without you realize, your child will copy you in Sha Allah. I made this worksheet to speed up the memorizing process
(or to make it easier) as well as to understand the meaning in English.

Step 1. Read the surah in Arabic and in English.
Step 2. Write the surah in Arabic and in English.
Step 3. Memorize it using flashcards one at a time. Continue reading

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My name is Rahmah, I'm a homeschooling Mum of five. I live in the UK but I'm originally from Indonesia. My educational background is in Electrical Engineering. If you like my blog, please press Ctrl+D to bookmark my page and check What’s new in Rahmah Muslim Homeschool. Please, remember me in your duaa's.