Today is the 21st Ramadhan 1435 and as part of our Ramadhan Activities we have been learning about Laylat ul-Qadr.
My daughter also wrote about Laylatul Qadr using a page from the Ramadan Notebooking Pages by A Muslim Homeschool.
My seven year old used the ‘Welcome Ramadan’ Workbook by A Muslim Homeschool to complete a couple of pages about Laylat ul-Qadr.
We then used the Surah Al Qadr Cut & Paste Activity by Raising Muslims to help the younger girls in memorising Surah al-Qadr and its meaning before reading through the Tafsir of Suratul Qadr – Ibn Kathir with the older ones.
My son and daughter then completed this Laylatul Qadr Workbook from Troid.ca.
We read the hadith of Aaisha, may Allah be pleased with her, when she asked the Messenger of Allah, sall’Allahu alayhi wasalam about what to say on the Laylat ul-Qadr.
I made a colouring poster for the du’aa which you can download HERE.
I read through an article with my older kids called ‘When is the Night of Qadr?’ and it has some really nice explanations from Shaykh al-Abaanee and Shaykh Uthaymeen, may Allah have mercy on them.