The Qur'an is Allah's voice. Don't we want our kids to open and recite the Qur'an on their own? Willn't it make you happy to see your child studying the Qur'an? Don't you want them excited and pumped? That their children love the Qur'an is a gift. The Qur'an is our ultimate and only guide to the eternal gardens of joy, satisfaction, and success. It focuses on memorising the Qur'an. Both the environment and parents shape children. Thus, guardians must help children form a strong and loving bond with the Qur'an.
Dive into the QuranAs a parent, you set the tone. How do you feel about the Quran? Kids don't learn from the outside world, but from their parents. They will realise there is something significant about the book if they see you getting it daily. And develop a desire to read it. They will not obey you if they never see you reciting the Quran.
Du'a (supplicationDu'a is a devotee's most powerful tool, especially for parents. Nothing happens without Allah's permission, and Allah can make anything possible. To make du'a, you must first keep your intentions pure and remember that everything you do or plan to do is for Allah. Remember that as a parent, you must focus on your children and ensure they do Allah's will.
Help Them to learnPer Islamic lessons, take a pleasant, firm hold to represent your kids' "Tarbiyah". This will include inspiring the youngster to learn and memorise Qur'an, and your dedicated contribution will encourage them. Here are some suggestions: Create a learning and sharing vibe. Show your child that you value and enjoy their education. Assign these task to your child.
- Focus on your child's flaws without discouraging them
- Appreciate his accomplishment
- Let them correct your mistakes
- Inspire them to share what they've discovered
Keep that UpRemember, this is a great chance to show off other skills. Because the Quran contains many dynamic words that children cannot comprehend, it is imperative that they understand the importance of words. But don't go overboard, as kids don't usually absorb all information at once. Slow down and support. Here are some ways to support your child:
- Wishing you a warm and sincere conversion.
- Create a safe environment for your child to express himself.
- Introduce new learning styles to your child.
- Focus on learning, not performance.
- Organize them
- Be positive