JILC Asafeerul Jannah Program for Homeschooling children

JILC Asafeerul Jannah Program for Homeschooling children

5 – 8 Year Olds, March 2018

Enhance your child’s early years with a stimulating program at JILC. Emphasizing Islamic values in a pleasant environment, your child will enjoy the company of other children and will be guided through the admirable way of the prophet Muhammad (SAW)

The 2018 program includes:

Memorizing of Juzu A’mma starting from Surah Al Naba with a simple introduction of every Surah memorized.

Arabic through  Qaida Nooraniya to emphasise on the correct pronunciation (makharij al huroof) of each letter and its articulation points.

Cleanliness, Wudu, Salah and Manners 
 
Geography, Science, English & Maths
Food for thoughts:  Islam  strongly urges mankind to study and explore the universe. 
We (Allah) will show you (mankind) Our signs/patterns in the horizons/universe and in yourselves until you are convinced that the revelation is the truth.” 
[Qur’an, 14:53]
The Qur’an encourages people to travel throughout the earth to see Allah’s signs and patterns everywhere. Islam also requires each Muslim to have at least enough knowledge of geography to know the direction of the Qiblah (the position of the Ka’bah in Makkah) in order to pray five times a day.
The program is scheduled to start on 20th March 2018 and ends on 17th May 2018. days a week from 8:30 pm – 12:45 pm, 
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. In  sha Allah.
Cost: AED 2000/- (aed

NOTE: Parents are encouraged to come personally to JILC to register their kids before the date of commencement.  Centre opening hours for registrations are: Monday to Thursday from 8:30pm to 1:00pm.

For further information contact: Jumeirah Islamic Learning Centre (JILC).

Tel: +971 4 394 94 61, Mob: +971 55 583 2154: Email: infojilc@yahoo.com

 

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Narrated Abu Dhar: Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said that Allah said:

He who comes with a good deed, its reward will be ten like that or even more. And he who comes with vice, his reward will be only one like that, or I can forgive him. He who draws close to Me a hand’s span, I will draw close to him an arm’s length. And whoever draws near Me an arm’s length, I will draw near him a fathom’s length. And whoever comes to Me walking, I will go to him running. And whoever faces Me with sins nearly as great as the earth, I will meet him with forgiveness nearly as great as that, provided he does not worship something with me.

(Reported by Muslim, Ibn Majah and Ahmad in his Musnad)

JILC – Weekly Lecture

Jumeira Islamic Learning Centre
 
WEEKLY LECTURE
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“ The Purpose of Human Life”
With
Imam Abdul Basit 

Date & Time:  
Thursday, 15th February 2018
8.45 p.m to 9.45 p.m
Feel free to invite Friends and Family of all faiths!
في أمان الله

Jumeira Islamic Learning Centre
📞 04 394 9461 / 055 583 2154

📧 infojilc@yahoo.com

“Stories from the Seerah” – Story Time for 5-8 year old kids with Shaikh Muhammad Tim Humble

Where? Kalemah Center, Al Qusais 3, Dubai (Click here for location)
When? Every Saturday, From Asar to Maghrib for 10 weeks starting from 24th February 2018.
Who can register? 5-8 year old girls and boys
How much do i need to pay? AED 500 for the entire 10 weeks (to be paid in advance)
How can I make the payment? Click here for fee payment options.
How many seats are available? 40 (Priority solely on first come first serve basis)
About The Program
Kalemah brings to you the new season of the story time experience for your young ones, where Shaikh Muhammad Tim Humble takes your child away from the world of myths and fairy tales to real stories of the men and women from the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). In this series, the kids will go through selected events from the lives of 10 of the companions in an interactive and child-centric ambiance.
What can you expect your kids to achieve at the end of the Program InshaAllah?
  • Ease in forgiveness and love for one another.
  • Ability to identify real role models.
  • Stronger family bonds between siblings and parents.
  • Closeness to Allah and his messenger
  • Developed personalities, characteristics and manners.
  • Establishment of our Aqeedah.
How can a parent or care-giver make the most of story time?
  • By coming to story time on a regular basis.
  • By arriving at Kalemah immediately after Asar Salah.
  • By not interrupting the class and waiting in the adjacent room where audio feed will be made available.
  • By not bringing food or toys to the story time.
  • By taking an upset child out of the program area until he or she calms down.
  • By talking with your child about the stories after story time.
  • By repeating the stories at home with your child.
About The Instructor
Shaikh Muhammad Tim Humble is a graduate from the Faculty of Hadeeth Studies at the Islamic University of Madinah. Notably he is certified in the six canonical books of hadeeth. He has joined Kalemah as a full time teacher for the English Section. He travels the world lecturing & delivering courses on Islamic Sciences.

 

Important Note
* Confirmation of seat requires online registration and payment on or before 5pm of 20th February 2018.
* Only 40 seats are available and registration confirmation is solely on first come first serve basis.
* Transportation is not available. Actual class duration is 60 minutes only.
* Click here to submit the proof of bank payment.

Tip for Raising Children: Love and Positive Associations

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As members of this Muslim Ummah, we must strive harder to play a central role in building a solid Muslim identity in our children.

Some tips for parents:

It is important for parents to spend quality time with their children and show their love to them. Time and love will develop a deeply rooted relationship of mutual trust. It will pave a pathway for open communication, strong foundation for their emotional well-being and a beautiful shelter in their own homes.

In this context, parents must develop their children’s experiences in such a way that they always have positive associations with Islam. Such positive memories will help instil the love of our beautiful Deen in their hearts.

Negative associations on the other hand, typically linked to parental strictness, constant threats of Allah’s punishment and impossibly high standards, will forever link the Deen to feelings of pessimism, dread and helplessness. This coupled with the constant barrage of peer pressure faced in schools is causing many of our youth to leave the Deen.

May Allah make our children those who have piety and taqwa. May Allah make our children strong leaders for this Muslim Ummah who abide by the Quran and Sunnah. Ameen.