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INTRODUCTION TO CLASS 1 4 QURAN:
Teaching a child to read Arabic is a blessing and an honour, as you are equipping
them with the ability to read the Holy Quran. HADITH about everything in existence
prays for the forgiveness of the person who teaches the Quran, even the fish in the
sea. With this weighty task in front of us, it is important to keep in mind that all
success is from Allah.
We are now introducing recitation of Quran for the younger children, in the hope of
bringing all our children to one level of recitation.
For those children who are in the process of learning how to recite Quran, a
separate Quran Manual will also be given.
For those children who are already reciting Quran, some rules included in this
Manual will be taught to them to improve their recitation further.
All children will do the Tafsir and Az Zahra part of the syllabus.
Recite the Holy Quran and Memorise it. Allah will not punish the
heart in which the Quran has been placed.
(Imam Jafar As Sadiq (A)
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QURAN SYLLABUS CLASS 1 - 4 (4 -7 YEARS OLD)

TOPIC 1: INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY
TOPIC 2: RESPECT OF RECITING THE QURAN
TOPIC 3: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FATIHA
TOPIC 4: TAFSIR OF SURATUL IKHLAS
TOPIC 5: TAFSIR OF SURATUL QADR
TOPIC 6: TAFSIR OF SURATUL NAAS
TOPIC 7: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FALAQ
TOPIC 8: TAFSIR OF SURATUL KAAFIROON
TOPIC 9: TAFSIR OF SURATUL ASR
TOPIC 10: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FIL
TOPIC 11: TAFSIR OF SURATUL ZILZAL
TOPIC 12: TAFSIR OF SURATUL KAUTHAR
TOPIC 13: TAFSIR OF SURATUL LAHAB


My Quran Teacher is ___________________________

Phone Number ___________________________
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TOPIC 1: INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY:
Quran as a Gift:
(Introduce the Quran as a gift from Allah. Show the children a Quran wrapped up as
a gift. Ask the children what they think is inside it. Tell them it is something precious
and a gift they can keep for life. Open it and show them what the whole Quran looks
like, what the Arabic is like, how it is read etc.)
Ramadhan has just gone; this was the month the Quran was revealed. What
presents did you get on Eid? Allahs present to you is the Quran.
What is the Holy Qur'an?
It is a book that contains the words of Allah.
Who wrote the Holy Qur'an?
It was not written by anyone; Allah sent down the words to the Holy Prophet (S)
through the Angel Jibrail over a period of about 23 years
The Holy Prophet (S) then recited the verses to the people. Most of the people would
remember the verses by heart but the Holy Prophet (S) chose some special people
called scribes to write down the verses.
In which language is the Holy Qur'an written?
It is written in Arabic.

Arabic is read from right to left and back to front.
What does Allah tell us in the Holy Qur'an?
- He tells us true stories of the Prophets.
- He tells us how He wants us to act.
- He tells us about heaven and hell.
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TERMINOLOGY:

Aya = Ayaat (pl.) = One verse of the Qur'an.
Sura = Suwer (pl.) = One chapter of the 114 chapters of the Qur'an
Waqf = Wuqoof (pl.) = Punctuation marks.
Juz = Ajzaa (pl.) = The Qur'an is divided into 30 equal parts.
Each of these parts is called a Juz.
Ruba = Marking indicating of a Juz.
Nisf = Marking indicating of a Juz.
Thuluth = Marking indicating of a Juz




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We have to look after the
Holy Qur'an because it is
such a special book.
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TOPIC 2: RESPECT OF RECTING THE HOLY QUR'AN
Never touching the writing in it without first doing Wudhu
The intention when reciting Quran should be to for the Pleasure of Allah
We should not recite too loudly so as to disturb others
We must hold the Quran properly (Show the child)
Never leaving it open when no-one is reciting it.
We must try and face Qiblah while reciting the Quran


When reciting the Holy Quran, we must try and take care of the following:










You can read it without touching it, or put a plastic sheet on it
for boys to
wear a cap
for girls to
wear a scarf.
to face Qiblah
(the Kaaba)
Before starting to recite the Holy Quran, you should say:


I seek refuge in Allah from Shaitan the outcast
AND

I begin in the name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Merciful
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TOPIC 3: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FATIHA:

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This Surah was revealed to the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) in Makka and also in
Madina.

It has 7 verses

It is Surah number 1 in the Holy Quran

Suratul Fatiha can be recited at the following times;
- In Namaaz
- For someone who is sick
- For our Marhumeen
- Before eating or sleeping
- At the graveyard (Kabrastan)
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TOPIC 4: TAFSIR OF SURATUL IKHLAS:

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This Surah was revealed to the Holy Prophet (S) in Makka in answer to the
Jews question of what Allah was.
Thus this is a short Surah of 5 verses (including Bismillah) and it sums up
what Allah really is.
i.e.:
- Allah is one - in the absolute form.
- He is independent of everything, whereas everything is dependent of
Him.
- He has no children or parents.
- And He is so complete and perfect that there is no-one nor nothing like
Him.
It is Surah number 112 in the Holy Quran
The Holy Prophet (S) has said that who ever recites this Surah will get the
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It explains the whole concept of Tawheed Oneness of Allah
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TOPIC 5: TAFSIR OF SURATUL QADR:


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This Surah was revealed in Makka.
It has 5 verses.
It is Surah number 97 in the Holy Quran
The word "al-Qadr" = "Glorious" or "Highest Ranking".
It is recommended to recite this Surah ten times at the graveside of a freshly
buried Muslim, to greatly ease his anxiety.
The Holy Prophet (S) has said that one who recites this Surah is regarded by
Allah as though he fasted the month of Ramadhan and spent Laylatul Qadr
worshipping his Creator
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TOPIC 6: TAFSIR OF SURATUL NAAS:



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This Surah was revealed in Makka.

It has 6 verses.

It is Surah number 114. It is the last Surah in the Holy Quran.

An-Nas means The People. This Surah deals with asking for the help of Allh
against the mischief of jinn and people.

It is recommended to recite this Surah daily before sleeping to keep away the
evil of jinn and man.

The Prophet (S) also ordered his companions to recite the two Surahs upon
waking up and upon going to bed.

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TOPIC 7: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FALAQ:

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This Surah was revealed in Makka.

It has 5 verses.

It is Surah number 113 in the Holy Quran.

Al-Falaq means The Dawn. The Surah deals with seeking the protection of
Allah from the evil of magic and witchcraft.

This Surah should be recited when we feel that people mean to do us harm.

The Prophet (S) has said that one who recites both this Surah and the next (an
Nas) will be as though he has recited all the Books which Allah has revealed.

He also used to urge his companions to recite the two Surahs upon waking up
and upon going to bed.

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TOPIC 8: TAFSIR OF SURATUL KAAFIROON:

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This Surah was revealed in Makka.

It has 6 verses.

It is Surah number 109 in the Holy Quran.

The Prophet (S) has said that one who recites this Surah will be regarded as
though he has read one quarter of the Holy Qur'an, and the most wicked of
Shaitans will be kept away from him. He will be cleared from shirk and will be
exempted from having to go through the horrors of the Day of Terror
(Resurrection Day).

Imam Ja'far As-Sadiq (A) has said that who ever recite this Surah and Suratul
Ikhlas in their daily prayers will be forgiven and so will their parents

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TOPIC 9: TAFSIR OF SURATUL ASR:

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This Surah was revealed in Makka. The name of the Surah comes from the
subject of its first verse. The Surah deals with the preaching of truth and
patience

It has 3 verses.

It is Surah number 103 in the Holy Quran.

The Prophet (S) has said that whoever recites this Surah will be on the Day of
Judgement in the right group.

Imam Ja`far As-Sadiq (A) has said that whoever recites this Surah in his
prayers will be resurrected with a smiling face and will enter Paradise
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TOPIC 10: TAFSIR OF SURATUL FIL:

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"Al-Fil" means "The Elephant". The name of the Surah comes from the army of
elephants mentioned in the first verse.

It has 5 verses.

It is Surah number 105 in the Holy Quran.

Imam Ja`far as-Sadiq (A) said that one who recites this Surah in his Wajib
prayers will receive good testimony on his behalf from the earth on which he
used to say the prayers, and he will enter Paradise without reckoning. Some
commentators have said that such extra-ordinary rewards will not be granted
to just anybody but only to the sincere ones, those who are seek knowledge
and who act upon their knowledge.

Imam Ja`far as-Sadiq (A) has written in his own handwriting: When you face
your foe, you ought to look at him and recite Suratul Fil.
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TOPIC 11: TAFSIR OF SURATUL ZILZAL:



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This Surah was revealed in Madina.
Al Zilzal means The Quaking. This Surah describes the events leading up to
the Day of Judgement, the first of which will be a terrible quaking that will take
place all over the earth

It has 8 verses.

It is Surah number 99 in the Holy Quran.

The Prophet (S) has said, "Whoever recites this Surah will be granted the
rewards as though he had recited one quarter of the Qur'an.

Imam as-Sadiq (A) has said about this Surah, "Whoever reads it in his optional
prayers will never be afflicted with an earthquake or lightning or any other
worldly calamity, and if he dies, his Lord will order to have him admitted into
Paradise."
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TOPIC 12: TAFSIR OF SURATUL KAUTHAR:


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This Surah was revealed in Makka.
When the Muslims asked the Holy Prophet (S) what the word Kauthar meant,
he said it was the name of a stream of great excellence in heaven.

It has 4 verses.

It is Surah number 108, and the shortest Srah in the Holy Quran.

The Prophet (S) has said that Allah will let everyone who recites this Surah
drink from the rivers of Paradise and will give him of the rewards the
equivalent to the number of all sacrifices offered by the servants of Allah on
the Day of Sacrifice (Eid al-Adha) or any other sacrifice intended to seek His
Pleasure.

Imam Ja`far as-Sadiq (A) has said that one who recites this Surah in his Wajib
and Mustahab prayers will be allowed to drink at the Pool of Kauthar, where he
will meet and talk with the Holy Prophet (S).

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TOPIC 13: TAFSIR OF SURATUL LAHAB:

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This Surah was revealed in Makka.
The name of the Surah refers to Abu Lahab, who was the cousin of `Abdul
Muttalib, and a grand uncle of our Prophet (S). He was one of the worst
enemies of the Prophet (S) and Islam.

It has five verses.

It is Surah number 111 in the Holy Quran.

The Prophet (S) has said, If someone recites this Surah, I will wish that Allah
will never permit him to be in the company of Abu Lahab.

Imam Ja`far as-Sadiq (A) has said, If you recite this Surah, invoke Allah to
curse Abu Lahab, for he was among those who called Muhammad (S) a liar.