This is a continuance of our salaat lesson.
I have been going over the different parts of salaat for my 5 yr old as she has shown much curiousity.
I have not had much time to make lapbooks with the kids since the new baby masha Allah. I chose to go ahead and make a salat keeper instead.
A Salaat keeper is simply a file folder that holds all the materials for the lesson.
The front of the salaat keeper is decorated with paint. I am not sure if you are able to see in the picture,but the ends have twine string to make it look like the ends of a prayer rug.
The end of the file folder side to show you the twine that imitates the end of a prayer rug.
This is the salat spinner, which I absolutely love! We got this from A Muslim Child is Born Blog My 5yr old colored it in and I glued it to a piece of cardboard. She sits in the corner with it practicing…so cute masha Allah.
I was showing my 5 yr where to face and used this little book from Talibiddeenjr Blog
The five daily salaat book ,illlustrates the position of the sun for each prayer. This is the cover.
Here is the inside of the book. We have not put ours together yet ( I was too excited to get it posted) *smile*
Here is the file for the book salaat names2
Here is also a variation of another book same subject salaat names
I made that book before the other.
Salaat position cards for quick reference.
One card up close
The back of the card. The idea was to teach my child the positions as well as writing practice.
Card up close
One more up close
Here is the file for this part of our lesson salaat positions
Here is the salaat tracker journal to keep track of making the salaat each day. Masha Allah what a nice find. Here is where I got it Umm An-Nu’man Freebies “The salaat word& definition activity ebook”
Muslims Making Salaat coloring booklet
Muslim Family making salaat
Muslimah’s making the salaat
Salaatul Jumuah, These are the pages in the book
Here is the coloring book Muslims Making salaat coloring booklet
Here is the salaat copywork We got this from Islamic Copywork Blog This was so cute. My little one thought it was such a priviledge to be able to draw a prayer rug at the end.
Rakaat count cards. We got these from Talibiddeenjr Blog
We printed them out on cardstock for durability and to help my little one count the number of rakaat for each salaat.
Rakaat count close up
Here is the last we have put into the salaat keeper. My child has often mimicked us in making dhikr after salaat. I thought to make up a little booklet to teach her. Here is the cover of the booklet.
illustration and explanation of how to make tasbeeh.
An illustration of making tasbeeh.
Here is the file for the booklet Making Tasbeeh booklet
If we add more I will be sure to post and add files or resources insha Allah.