My First Arabic Game
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A Fun Way To Learn About Quran
Board Game Suitable for Ages 8 to Adults 2- 4 Players
The Quran Challenge Game for children is a unique game based on the Holy Quran. The idea behind this game is to provide the children with both fun and education. All questions are taken from the Quran.
They have been creatively worked into this game and children will enjoy answering them. This game can be played at school or at home with all the family members. Begin your journey and find out what fun it is to learn from the Quran.
An Excellent Game for Children As well as Adults.
Ideal for Family Get together.
600 questions from the following categories:
Start your day with Hadith Trivia — a convenient calendar for home, office, or study; and find renewed inspiration and thought-provoking ideas from the Quran.
On each page, a question is asked regarding sayings of the Prophet. The answer is included, upside down, at the bottom right of each page.
From classic Quran stories to little known facts, this daily calendar is loaded with a treasure-trove of useful information. Each question creates an opportunity to uncover interesting facts.
With a variety of questions from easy to challenging, there is something in here for the whole family.
About the producer —
Saniyasnain Khan Best selling author, Saniyasnain Khan, has written numerous books for children which have sold over a million copies worldwide. His books reflect his own love of story telling and his deep respect for the eternal message of the Quran. He hopes that his books will make the stories memorable for young children and will act as a foundation on which they may build a growing knowledge of the Quran.
The Salat Knowledge Game is suitable for 2 to 4 players aged three and above. In this game of slides and ladders, you spin the wheel and race to the finish before your friend reaches there. Along the way you learn the meaning and message of salat, that is, the five daily prayers. If you miss a prayer, you go down through the slippery slide, but if you offer it on time and with care, you climb up the ladder. And that is not all. There are chances to win a Salat Card too. Answer the question given on the card correctly and increase your knowledge about the five daily prayers. In this way, you don’t just try to run for the finish line, but learn all about salat as well. Isn’t this a fun way to play and learn
While joining together various pieces to discover a bigger picture of all the 28 Arabic letters, your child develops concentration and coordination skills. Your child will also learn about the sequence in which the Arabic Alphabet comes and words starting from these letters in English and Arabic. Children can play search and find game as well, while joining together the pieces and learn a lot of new Arabic words.
20 extra-thick cardboard pieces to piece together to explore about the space
Beautiful and child friendly artwork
Easy-Clean surface keeps puzzle looking new
Promotes hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills
28 by 44 cm in rectangular shape after assembled