Teaching Your Child the Arabic Alphabet (AbiHomeschoolsToo.com) - A nice article with tips for teaching the Arabic alphabet to kids, as well as a suggested sequence. I've always taught my kids in alphabetical order, but he makes a good point that some kids have a difficulty distinguishing between the letters that differ only by dots.
I've also got a complete set of lessons for teaching the alphabet to preschoolers/lower elementary over at my old wordpress blog (https://talibiddeenjr.wordpress.com/category/arabic-alphabets/page/3/). Here, I teach in alphabetical order. They are spread out over several posts, so you'll need to scroll around a bit. In shaa Allah, I hope to put them into a PDF file for ease of use.
I've wanted to make these certificates for years (for individual surahs) and, alhamdulillah, I finally got around to knocking them out! There are two certificates per page (8.5 x 11 paper) and each surah of Juz Amma as well as surah al Faatihah have their own certificate.
I'm planning on having the kids put together a Quraan binder or notebook for themselves which would include the certificates as they complete surahs, in shaa Allah as well as their notebooking notes for each surah.
I came across this as an audio a few weeks ago and could (unfortunately) totally relate. We listened to the audio and tried the method of making tasbeeh described here (by Shaykh Albanee) from a Nisaai hadith.
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