It’s that time of the year. Muslims across the globe are preparing to leave for Hajj. Some of us will not be performing the rituals of Hajj in Makkah this year. However, it is still important to utilise the valuable 10 days of Dhul Hijjah productively and inspire our kids to understand its significance as well.
So how do we keep the spirit of Hajj alive for our children during these precious days and make it a productive learning period for them? Here are 10 Hajj crafts for your children.
Ketika rumah-rumahmu diruntuhkan bulldozer dengan suara gemuruh menderu, serasa pasir dan batu bata dinding kamartidurku bertebaran di pekaranganku, meneteskan peluh merah dan mengepulkan debu yang berdarah.
Ketika luasan perkebunan jerukmu dan pepohonan apelmu dilipat-lipat sebesar…
5,5 tahun hapalannya 29 juz, dari pertama emang udah bercucuran air mata liat anak ini, yuk deket sama al-Qur’an yuk :’)
Musa, 5.5-year-old boy who has memorised more than 29 Juz of Quran got tested by judges and audience. Eventually the Ustadz kissed his hand in front of audience and million viewers of the Hafidz Quran Indonesia TV show airing this ramadan. simplyhasanahthepiercingstar @awkwardmuslim
SubhanAllah! All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Universe! This just shows that anything is possible with His permission. Allahu Akbar! Really, this is amazing, mashaAllah! :’) May Allah bless and reward Musa’s parents for their hardwork and effort. May this act of memorizing the Quran at such a young age be an inspiration and a motivation for others to do the same no matter what age they are :’)
p.s. Jazakillah khair, Sis @pixelmint for the tag :)