20 Names included.
Teaching the names of Allah is an important Islamic milestone for any parent because in the names are the attributes of Allah. Learning the names of Allah allows you to understand the concept of Allah.
However, often those names are words that even we as adults struggle to understand!
Names of Allah (A Memory Matching Game) works to remedy that problem. It provides a pictorial representation of each name of Allah so that the child can understand the meaning at a developmentally appropriate level.
For example: Al-Malik means the The King of All. The memory matching game represents this as a picture of the crown.
On one of the cards the name of Allah is written in Arabic and transliterated, while on the other card there is the english translation. These cards are a great starting point in beginning to discuss the attributes and names of Allah!
- Perfect for memory skills
- Encourages turn-taking and playing together
- Lightweight and portable for easy on-the go-fun
- Visual Representation of 20 names of Allah
- Approved by Religious Scholar
- 40 picture tiles
The cards were beautiful. And in a beautiful box. I think the only thing that was disappointing was that for the price only 20 names out of the 99 names were given.
this is a great way for the children and adults to learn the names of Allah in arabic as the english has the same picture. I like its simplicity and how engaging it is.
Names of Allah - A Memory Matching Game
Beautiful cards with wonderful illustrations to demonstrate the names of Allah swt.