I. Qur'an Reading and Memorization (Sunday Session and Afterschool Session)
II. Islamic Studies (Sunday Session and Afterschool Session)
III. Sunday Youth Program
I. Qur'an Reading and Memorization
The Qur'an curriculum for Sunday School and Qur'an Afterschool is the same for Levels 1, 2, and 3. Levels 4 and 5 will vary with the caliber of students enrolled, as they are closer to independent studies.
Please note that the Level Guides below are approximations and subject to some change:
From lesson 1 to 5
- Combine letters.
- Separate reading letters.
- Fatha, damma and kassra.
- Tanween: double (fatha, damma and kasra).
Optional: (if students are advanced) lesson 6: Practice lesson 4 and 5 together.
Quran: Surah Al Fatiha, An-Nass, Al Falaq, Al Ikhlas, Al Massad, An-Nasr, Al Kafiroon, Al Kawthar, Al Maoon, Quraysh, Al Feel.
From lesson 6 to 11
- Practice with fatha, dama, kasra and tanween.
- Alif saghuirah (small Alif), yah saghuirah, waw saghuirah.
- Maad and Leen
- Practice Tanween, Maad and Leen.
- Practice Sukun.
Quran: Surah Al Humaza, Al Asr, At-Takathur, Al Qareah, Al Adiyat, Az-Zelzalah, Al Bayyina, Al Qadr, Al Alaq, At-Teen.
From lesson 12 to 17
- Practice on Shaddah.
- Practice on Shaddah and Sukun.
- Practice on two Shaddah on one word.
- Practice on Shaddah Sukun and Maad.
- General practice.
Quran: Surah Ash-Sharh, Ad-Doha, Al-Lail, Ash-Shams, Al-Balad, Al- Fajr, Al- Ghashiyah.
Practice reading from surah Al Baqarah
Quran: Al- Ghashiyah, Al-Aalaa, At-Tarik, Al-Buruj, Al-Inshiqaq.
Addendum: For Sunday Sessions, Level 4 will practice reading from Juz ‘Amma.
Level 5 and 6:
Each student on his/her own level on memorization.
II. Islamic Studies
Islamic Studies for Sunday School uses various levels of books from the Islamic Studies Weekend Series for each level taught at the school. The first two grade levels in school correspond to the first two level of books from the Weekend series. These series are designed to work with an annual curriculum in Sunday Sessions. To see samples, please visit here. Each Sunday, we have Qur'an from 10am to 11:30am and after a 30m snack break, we have Islamic Studies from 12pm to 1pm.
For the Afterschool session, we have Islamic Studies every Wednesday for 30m using the "Islamic Studies" books by Maulvi Abdul Aziz. See example here.
We also guide students in all levels through Salaat and encourage to join in during prayer times that coincide with school times.
If you have any further questions about the curriculum, please contact us at education@sammamishmosque. com.
III. Sunday Youth Program (led by Sheikh Abdullahi Egal):
Targeted toward an older youth group, this program is designed to host lectures and panel discussions involving Islamic clerics, community leaders and youth members. At such events, the youth are encouraged to share stories and experiences and to benefit from each other. Our range of important services and activities include
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