::UPDATE:: All Part 1 Worksheets have been revised. Please see pictures for details.
Learn and practice to write the 99 Names of Allah (Asma’ul Husna) in Arabic as well as the meanings in English.
1. Allah (الله) → Allah
2. Ar-Rahman (الرحمن) → The All-Compassionate
3. Ar-Rahim (الرحيم) → The All-Merciful
4. Al-Malik (الملك) → The Absolute Ruler
5. Al-Quddus (القدوس) → The Pure One
6. As-Salaam (السلام) → The Source of Peace
7. Al-Mu’min (المؤمن) → The Inspirer of Faith
8. Al-Muhaimin (المهيمن) → The Guardian
9. Al-‘Aziz (العزيز) → The Victorious
Please incourage your child to write her/his own name. Continue reading
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