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Children love animations and we tend to show them ones which hardly show anything productive. Well, it is never too late to change. Aya and Yusuf is yet another exciting show on Ali Huda meant for children around 6 years of age. This riveting animated series features Aya and Yusuf, two adorable and adventurous 6-year-old...
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You’ve probably heard of the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Hucklebury Finn. This show brings to light their Muslim counterparts – Ali and Huda. Together they discover the stories of forgotten Muslim heroes, scientists, and innovators who brought about a golden age in the Islamic history while the rest of the world reeled in ignorant...
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History, civilizations, accounts and more – the gen Z is taught all aspects of the world’s past, present and potential future. All that is great until you realize that their religious legacy is never really brought to light. Generation after generation passes and the rich legacy is lost within the pages of unread books compiled...
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Islam was sent to the Arabs at a time when their ignorance was at its peak. From a group of camel herders, the Arab nations achieved growth and glory through Islam. But what was it about Islam that transformed their state from one extreme to the other. What was it that led to the Islamic...
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Recommended for Ages 2 – 8 At the early stage of development, children are only beginning to develop their physical/motor, cognitive and social skills. They struggle with understanding the world and the effect of their actions on others and vice-versa. Their response to situations is based on learning by association, i.e. acquired behavior as a result...
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The month of Ramadan is almost here, with just a few weeks left to the start of the holy month. In many Muslim households, preparations have already started in earnest. These include bulk shopping, meal prep, cleaning the home, and even decorating –if your family is that extra 🙂 Ramadan is defined by some fixed...
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Recommended for Ages 6 to 12 Welcome to the final installment in the learning series from Understand Qur’an Academy. We’ve reviewed two courses previously in this series for beginners and intermediate learners. These courses are intended to teach the Qur’an and Salah in an easy and fun way, using surahs, grammar and other Islamic references as relatable...
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Recommended for ages 6 to 12 The prophet (SAW) said: “The best of you are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it” Did you know that in the most commonly printed copy of the Qur’an, there are 600 pages in the Mushaf? Each of these pages have approximately 130 words, totaling about 78,000 words in the entire Qur’an. It...
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Recommended for Ages 4 – 5 Can you think back to your first encounter with learning the Qur’an? My earliest recollections of an Islamic education were formed on the carpet of my father’s living room; sitting cross-legged with my younger brother across from our Ustadh and a pile of Arabic texts strewn between us. To...
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Recommended for Ages 4 to 8 Don’t we all just love the good old days when kids were kids? Girls passed time with playdates featuring rag dolls and hopscotch down the block, while boys got up to mischief on the playground, satisfied with pretend games like cops and thieves, or invisible ninjas. That was before the world was...
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