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"This knowledge is a matter of deen so be careful who you take your deen from." – Muhammad Ibn Sireen

Allah is The Creator – Free Audio Book — December 9, 2018

Allah is The Creator – Free Audio Book

About the Audio Book:

This short baby book is excellent for babies as they learn about the creation of Allah Ta’aala and His creation in the first year or two.

Colourful illustrations throughout, written by myself (Umm Assad) and read by a cute little 5 year old. So invite your children, turn up your speakers and enjoy!

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Being Dutiful to Parents by Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis — November 5, 2018

Being Dutiful to Parents by Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis

About the Lecture:

This is wonderful cultivating lecture by the noble Shaikh Muhammad al-Aqeel on this important topics. The rights and responsibilities of children and practical steps in nurturing children into adulthood with good manners. Translated by Abu Hakeem.

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Topics included:

  1. The status of our parents in Islam
  2. The hardship of our mothers
  3. Repaying back our parents
  4. Treat your parents kindly even if they are a kaafir (non-believer)
  5. The story of Abu Hurayrah and his mother
  6. The story of the men in the cave
  7. Virtues of being dutiful to parents
  8. Results from being righteous to parents
  9. Examples of how we can be righteous to our parents
  10. How the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam was with his daughter Fatima radhi-Allaahu ‘anha
  11. Supplication for our parents

Please visit our other website ummassadpublications.com for the children’s book version of this lecture ‘Righteousness to Parents’ which was read and checked by Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis (translator of this lecture).

Baarik Allaahu feekom!

Righteousness to Parents
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10 Things To Do With The Kids During Dhul-Hijjah — August 12, 2018

10 Things To Do With The Kids During Dhul-Hijjah

Bismillah.

The first 10 days of Dhul-Hijjah are here. Alhamdolillah, Allaah Ta’aala has given us an opportunity to increase in rewards for our good deeds. For us homeschooling parents, that doesn’t have to mean we put a pause on homeschool. It’s a great time to teach and implement together.

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Below is a list of fun and educational ideas to involve your young children in. I hope you find benefit in shaa Allaah.

  1. Discuss the 5 pillars of Islam (click here)
  2. Talk about Hajj and its pillars (click here)
  3. Make a map of the rites of Hajj and show your children how to perform Hajj (click here)
  4. Make a charity box from card and decorate it (don’t forget to add coins to it daily, even just a small amount) (click here)
  5. Talk about the Islamic calendar months (click here)
  6. Talk about the virtues of Dhul-Hijjah (refer to list on links below for parents)
  7. List as many good deeds as you can, put it into a timetable and implement them (refer to list on links below for parents)
  8. Read related stories; Sacrifice of Ibrahim alayhissalaam, Musa and Pharoah Story, The Prophet Muhammad’s (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) last message on mount arafah
  9. Make Takbir daily and learn and recite the talbiyyah with its meaning (click here)
  10. Talk about Eid; Etiquettes on the day, make decorations, exchange gifts

For the parents:

May Allaah bless all of you! Ameen


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My First Ramadhan Pack — May 10, 2018

My First Ramadhan Pack

About the file:

Alhamdolillah! Ramadhan is upon us once again and we have the opportunity to take advantage of gaining extra rewards with our families in shaa Allaah.

This Ramadhan Pack is designed to give a simple and fun introduction to the fundamentals of our religion, Islam.

Also included are a fun set of reward charts for fasting, praying and just about any good deed you can think of.

The Ramadhan Pack includes:

  1. 5 pillars of Islam
  2. Islamic Months
  3. Welcoming Ramadhan
  4. Ramadhan Tracker
  5. 3 Groups of People in Ramadhan
  6. Good Deeds in Ramadhan
  7. Eid Day

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How to use the file:

  1. Download
  2. Print
  3. Enjoy!

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Ramadan Rewards, Activities and Preparation — June 2, 2016

Ramadan Rewards, Activities and Preparation

With Ramadhan around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start planning out how you will be spending your days in acts of worship as well as planning homeschool activities for the children inshaAllah. So with the help and inspiration of other homeschooling mothers themselves, we have gathered the following beneficial links. We hope you find them useful inshAllah:

Reward Charts for Fasting, Praying, Giving Charity +more:

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21 RAMADHAN Activities for children:

(Islamic background need to be double checked)

  1. Preschool Ramdhan Activity Book
  2. 49 Ways to get Children Involved in Ramadhan
  3. 30 Days of Good Deeds for a Ramadhan Jar
  4. Ramadhan Colouring Page
  5. 30 Day Ramadhan Activity. An Activity a Day. A Word from the Qur’an
  6. 30 Days of Kindness Free Printable
  7. Daily Salaah Chart
  8. Masjid Collages
  9. Ramadhan Calendar Ideas
  10. Mosque Silhouettes (Cutting and Sticking Activity)
  11. How to make Date Pops (Healthy Treat for the Kids)
  12. Dubai Cards – Printable
  13. Printable Ramadhan Board Game
  14. Juzz ‘Amma Workbook (Printable)
  15. Du’aa Posters
  16. Ramadhaan Sight Word Work (There are many others on the site)
  17. Ramadhan Games
  18. 5 Pillars of Islam Workbook (Preschool)
  19. Ramadhan Matching Bunting, Cards and Cake Toppers
  20. Ramadhan Good Deed Tree
  21. Ramadhan Date Gift Idea

Compiled by RaisingRayyaan

More:


Preparation for Ramadhan:

  1. Quran Planner
  2. Books:
    a) Sittings In The Month Of Ramadan by Shaikh Salih Al-Fawzan
    b) Sittings During The Blessed Month Of Ramadan by Shaykh Muhammad Al-Uthaymeen
    c) Ramadan Has Arrived by Shaikh Abdur-Razzaaq Al-Abbad
  3. The Condition of the Salaf in Ramadhaan by Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan
  4. The Fiqh of Ramadhaan – Abu Muadh Taqweem Aslam
  5. Concerning Fasting – Advice for Ramadhaan 
  6. Does it Break the Fast (Image) and Important Q&As about Fasting (Image), The Rulings of Ramadhan Q&A (Article)
  7. Rewards for Dhikr CHART
  8. The Virtue and Excellence of The Last Ten Nights of Ramadhaan by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Rabee’ al-Madkhalee
  9. Concluding Ramadan and Regulations of ‘Eid by Abu Khadeejah
  10. Remaining Focused After Ramadan by Abdulilah Lahmami

Donations/Fidya/Zakat al-Fitr:

  1. http://www.wrightstreetmosque.com/donate-here/

 


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How the Salaf Raised Their Children — February 25, 2016

How the Salaf Raised Their Children

On the subject of raising children, Ali ibn Abi Taalib (Radhi Allahu ‘anhu) said

“Play with them for the first 7 years (of their life); then teach them for the next 7 years; then advise them for the next 7 years (and after that).”

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How the Salaf Raised Their Children
First 7 Years – Play with them
In the first 7 years, your goal is to build a strong connection with your child. This is the foundation, the base from which your relationship with them grows. If this is rock solid, the remaining years will be much easier. If this foundation forms poorly, the next years will be more challenging.
If you have young children, this (first 7 years) is the time to roll up your sleeves and invest, heavily, in yours and their future. In fact, you will be rewarded for all the righteous progeny that survives you, not just children, until the Day of Judgement. Play with your children, teach them Islam, teach them to have the best of manners but make the learning easy and don’t be harsh with them.

7-14 Years – Teach them
Once children reach 7, they are ready to learn. This is the time they are sponges, ready to soak up anything and everything you tell them, teach them, show them, and do in front of them. If you built that solid foundation in ages 0-7, they are now more than willing and happy to learn from you.

This is the time to teach them everything — Aqeedah, halaal and haraam, fiqh, all the things they need to know to survive throughout their life. Qur’an and seerah are also very important; as one prominent tabi’een said, “we learned seerah (frequently and in details) from our parents the way we learned Qur’an.”

Tell your children to study the deen first and then they can do their homework afterwards because the deen is the priority. Read and memorise the deen every day.

We should attach our hearts to the ulama (Scholars) and we should see them and take our children to see them, before they pass away.

Make your children tulaab and take them to the masjid and keep them from bad company. When they go to the masjid, tell them to always take their notepads even if there’s no lesson on, just in case they hear a benefit. You shouldn’t just leave them on the streets or schools, rather you give them Tarbiyyah of the Sunnah and the staying away from Bidah. You shouldn’t always keep them inside the home.

We should tell our children to read biographies of the Salaf and then write about it and ask why they wrote those points especially. The more the children read these books, they will become more encouraged by them and the Salaf will become their role models. Also ask the children the names of the imams of the Salaf.

Teach them sports too, Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) said: “Teach your children Swimming, Archery and Horseback riding.” They gain many benefits from it, including physical fitness, learning teamwork, and sportsmanship.

  • Abu Bakr Sijistanee compiled his first book at 11 regarding the biography of a great imam and his father was pleased with that.
  • Imam Ahmed would read the musnad of his, which had the collection of 40,000 Ahadith to his children for 12 years.
  • Imam al-Bukhari began compiling his Sahih at the age of 16 and finished at the age of 32.

Age 15 – The Final 7 Years – Advise them
Once your children hit 14, they are probably already mukallaf (full adults Islamically, and accountable for their actions) — this happens at puberty, or at age 15 at the latest.
At this age, you are mostly out of the picture. Children achieve independence; their personalities manifest; they look more to their peers than their parents and families. During these critical years, befriend them, advise them, and do what you can; understand that they are now full adults, and the choices are theirs to make, right or wrong.
If you worked hard during the last two periods of 7 years, you will already be that trusted confidant, that advisor, that go-to person when they need help or advice. Be part of their lives, and advise them as best you can.


A few etiquette notes taken from a lesson by Abu Khadija Abdul Wahid:

  • Teach your child to not speak until he is permitted to speak.
  • Teach your child not be disruptive around you.
  • If parents are telling the child off, teach your child to not look into your eyes, rather look down.
  • A child should sit with his parents like a student sits with a sheikh, i.e. not raising the feet in front of a sheikh.
  • The father needs to teach his children to serve the guests.
  • Teach your child to seek permission to leave the room. Also when you are out, teach your child to let you through the door first.
  • Teach your children to respect your family and friends.
  • Some parents tell their children not to call them mum or dad but by their names, this is not correct.
  • Sometimes children at 8 are screaming and shouting at home, like babies. This is not correct.
  • Make your children close to you, not distant and put a desire of ilm (knowledge) in them.

 

Below is a bit of extra info by Abu Talha Dawud Burbank: [(rahimuhullah)]

Imam adh-Dhahabee -rahimahullaah- mentioned in ‘Siyar A`laamin-Nubalaa.’ (10/233), in his biography of aboo Mushir `Abdul-A`laa ibn Mushir ad-Dimashqee:

” Ibn Zanjawayh said: I heard Aboo Mushir say:

“Strictness with a child at an early age will bring about increase in his intellect in later life.”

[ adh-Dhahabee said about Aboo Mushir in his biography in ‘al-Kaashif’:
The Imam, Aboo Mushir al-Ghassaanee, the Shaikh of Shaam.(He narrated) from Sa`eed ibn `Abdil-`Azeez, and (Imam) Maalik; and from him (narrated):Ibn Ma`een, Aboo Haatim, and`Abdur-Rahmaan ibn ar-Ruwaas. He was from the finest of the scholars, and from the most eloquent and correct in speech, and one of those who memorized most. He was threatened with the sword to force him to say that the Qur’an was created, but he refused, so he was imprisoned. He died in Rajab, in the year 218 (H).”]

* Ibnul-Jawzee -rahimahullaah- reported in ‘Dhammul-Hawaa’ (p.116) that Ibraaheem ibn Ishaaq al-Harbee (d.285 H) said:

“Keep your children away from evil companions, before it happens that you have immersed them in, and dyed them with affliction”,

and he said:

“The beginning of the corruption of children comes about from one another.”

[Reference: Dr.Sulaymaan ibn Ibraaheem al-`Aayid’s introduction to ‘Ghareebul-Hadeeth’ of Ibraaheem al-Harbee.

Note:

Ibn al-Jawzi rahimahullah said:

“The cure for conceit is to know one’s faults… How can a person have self-conceit when knowing that Imam Ahmed knew one million hadith by heart, and Kahmas ibn al-Hasan used to recite the whole Quran three times a day and Salman al-Taymi prayed Fajr with the same wudhu of ‘Ishaa for forty years.”

Book: Disciplining the soul by Ibn al-Jawzi (d. 597 AH)

May Allah give us the understanding and make it practicable for us all. Ameen

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‘My First Islamic Activity Pack’ — January 18, 2016

‘My First Islamic Activity Pack’

About the Pack:

‘My First Islamic Activity Pack’ is made by UmmAssadHomeschool.com and aims to help young children aged 4-8 years to understand themselves and the world around them from a pure Islamic point of view (only authentic resources from the Quran, Hadith and trusted Scholars have been used).

It introduces the correct Islamic Aqeedah with fun yet challenging activities without losing the message; also nurturing a child’s belief and love for Allah and His Messenger and familiarising them to follow evidences.

All topics included are based on Aqeedah, teaching the most beneficial knowledge (Islam) and asking questions that matter most such as ‘Who is you Lord’ and ‘Who is your Prophet’ and ‘What is your religion’. Explaining in simple terms the different types of creation and its purpose, thus leading into subjects such as Science and Geography.

The activities interact with children at their level whilst involving parent/guardian or teacher; a range of activities have been packed to keep any child productively busy in their ‘spare time’ such as letter, number and colour recognition, guided reading, writing, colouring, eye coordination skills, fine motor skills, quizzes, wordsearch games and much more. A must have for any child beginning to study Islam.

*This ‘Islamic Activity Pack’ is proof-read by Al-Madinah University graduate and student of knowledge Abdul-Hakeem @ibnmitchell. May Allah grant him success, Ameen!

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How to Use This Folder:

  1. Print everything out on white A4 paper, put them into a folder.
  2. Read the instructions to your child on each page.
  3. Download the FREE Flashcards on pages 22, 23, 24 and 56.

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