Children love to color! What better way to let them enjoy their creativity than by learning 40 of the Most Beautiful Names of Allah (41-99 are covered in the Level B Coloring Book). Each page features one name along with its translation and meaning. The Arabic letters that make up the name are divided to make identification easier. This will help you reinforce how to connect Arabic letters, write the tashkeel, and form letters correctly depending on their location in the word.
Level A Asmaa' Ul-Husnaa Coloring Book: Names 1-40
Page Count: 88
Trim Size: 8.25" x 6"
Color: Black and White
Recommended for KG-1st Grade
The Al-Asmaa’ Ul-Husnaa Coloring Books are designed to accompany the “Beautiful Names of Allah” lessons in the Perfecting the Pillars Series.
The Prophet (peace be upon him said, ”Allah has 99 names, 100 minus one, and whoever ‘ahsahu’ (i.e. enumerated, believes in, ponders, worships, supplicates, and acts according to belief in them) will enter paradise; Allah is ‘witr’ (odd in number) and He loves the ‘witr’ (odd numbered items, such as the 99 names)."
(Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
*For those needing assistance with pronunciation, we offer a free online interactive Qur'aan & Arabic Teacher (Level A) in Course Resources that can be used with this book.
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