How to Guide Your Baby to Love Reading Quran

Wish you were in great health with your beloved family 😉

Alhamdulillah, it had been 2 days since I started teaching my KiruaMi-cHan & ReiHi-cHan to read their own Iqra’ Books (a book for beginner in learning Al-Quran).

2004-2007

  • My first baby step was recited versus from Al-Quran in my first pregnancy moment till nowadays for all my beloved kiddies *alhamdulillah*
  • I brought my kiddies to read Yassin at the mosque, every Friday night since at their ages of 2. *alhamdulillah*
  • My hubby brought KiruaMi-cHan to Friday Prayer weekly. *alhamdulillah*
  • Teaching my kiddies to read prayer, imitate our daily pray and singing (99 of Allah’s Names, Prophet Muhammad’s chant, Zikrullah) as bedtime routine. *alhamdulillah*
  • Guided them through Arabic’s & Jawi flash cards. *alhamdulillah* (click here for more info)

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29th January 2008

  • Papa bought ’em Iqra’ Book for each ones
  • Last Wednesday I took my first step on introducing Iqra’ Books for both of them.
  • Both kiddies were extremely excited, I even allowed them to decorate their personal Iqra’ Book with their fancy sticker names & covered with plastic book cover.

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Yesterday

We visited my grandma and KiruaMi-cHan proudly chanted “Aa-Ba-Ta“, plus told her about his Iqra’ class while ReiHi-cHan kept repeating her Iqra’ songs. *alhamdulillah*

I am so grateful to Allah swt for giving us the whole opportunity; we really enjoy our Iqra’ sessions, indeed 😉

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Below are some of our pictures:

 

KiruaMi-cHan the Quran Reader KiruaMi-cHan the Quran Reader
KiruaMi-cHan was reading Iqra’ book by himself~

 

ReiHi-cHan the Quran Reader
ReiHi-cHan was reading Iqra’ book by herself~

 

ReiHi-cHan the Quran Reader Me :)
My lil girl & me 😉

 

YunaFi-cHan the Quran Reader
YunaFi-cHan loved to join us *yay*

 

As treated on their good work, I cooked special chicken soup for dinner:

Our Nite Soup
Tadaa~

 

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Today I would like to share some of tips on How to Guide Your Baby to Love Reading Quran:

  • Step 1:
    Once you find out you are having a baby and this baby is growing inside you, this is the perfect time, in my opinion, to begin reading Al-Quran to your baby, listening to CD or MP3.
  • Step 2:
    Once your baby are born, do not stop reading Al-Quran to them. They love hearing Mommy or Daddy’ s voice. They will not know what you are reading to them, but they will hear the words you are using.
  • Step 3:
    When your newborn goes into infant and toddler hood, reading to them will be even better. Read & show a particular Arabic’s / Jawi flash card to them everyday, the same card over and over again.
  • Step 4:
    Introduce your baby to sing Zikruallah and simple prayer.
  • Step 5:
    Invite your baby or toddler to join you to pray.
  • Step 6:
    Read Islamic bedtime stories for your baby and toddler. Patiently answered their inquiries about God, angel, world and etc. Oh yes, reading to your baby at a very, very early age will have its advantages. There is nothing wrong with having a baby or toddler who want to be read to all day, everyday.

Notes: Being pregnant is a joy and also a perfect time to let your baby hear your reading to them. Be prepared to have little toddlers who want to be read to all day, everyday!

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Wish ya all the best mommies *with love* 😉

See you soon~

 

About MamaFiza

Born in 1984. Family 1st; living in boulevard of peace, loving my treasured family, fully breastfeeding my precious 4 kids (tandem nursing) *30 months duration for each of 'em*, homeschool advocate, book writer, Work-at-Home-Mom (WAHM), certified Lactation Counselor (LC), official ZIN, yoga + pilates enthusiast, no pacifier & no maid rules! [Praise to God]

01. February 2008 by MamaFiza
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Comments (12)

  1. dear, you look lovely. your kids are just adorable. Mumtaz!! Jayyid Jiddan.

  2. Mamafiza, what a great effort..!! 😉

    Me too, having the same process here. Thanks for sharing the tips ;).

    Big hugs for the all the three ‘chan’s ;)..

    Keep on going, MAMA!! 🙂

  3. Salam, at last i manage to see your face and your darling kids.. untung nye diorang. You look so yoong. Good work! My hubby and myself would like to do homeschool, but God knows…. sabar saja lah. Ada sedikit rintangan. My hubby and myself really hope at least our grand son and daughter can go thru it. At the moment all my children 4 of 5 (no. 5 is 7 mths) goes to Sekolah Islam Adni. We stay in Kemensah Villa. Truly, kids loves Quran if we introduce it to them positively. Hafazan can start as early as 3 years old! And you’ll be amazed by the speed of memorising among kids…. superb. Happy coaching!

  4. mashallah! good to see.

    may God bless you and your kinds with illuminated intellect and best understanding of the deen.

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