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Level One
AQEEDAH
Teacher’s Manual
Prepared by Moosaa Richardson
©1422
SAHEEH Educational Tools
 
Note to Teachers and Parents
In the Name of Allaah, the Most Merciful, may His Salaahand Salaam be upon His final Messenger to all of mankind, to proceed: Teachers and parents should find this book, Level OneAqeedah, a child-friendly introduction to some of the basicaffairs of the correct beliefs of the Muslim, those that achild of four years could easily understand. This book isnot meant to be comprehensive, rather it is the first of aseries in ‘aqeedah books to be taught in sequence. Thetopics dealt with in Level One are:Who is your Lord? There is nothing like Allaah.Where is Allaah?Allaah knows everything.Who is your prophet?Is Muhammad
alive or dead?Is Allaah alive?What is the Qur’aan?What is your religion?What is a Muslim?What is a kaafir?What is Jannah?How do you get there?What is Jahannam?How do you get there? Teachers and parents should not expect any of thesesubjects to be dealt with in detail in Level One. Thesesame subjects will be reviewed later in this series andmore details will be explained as the students get olderand are able to understand more. We believe that usingthis series will provide children with a firm understandingof the details of most if not all of the basic affairs of Islaamic beliefs, according the Book of Allaah, the Sunnahof the Messenger
, and the understanding of the earlyrighteous generations of the Muslims.
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 The most important point with this, and all SAHEEHEducational Tools, is that the child understands thematerial, retains it, and lives according to it. To help in this goal, parents and teachers will find helpfulreviews that strengthen the students’ understanding.Simple questions reviewing the material presented arefound along with questions that require the students tomake conclusions on their own. These questions aremarked with an (*) in the REVIEW sections. If the studentshave difficulty answering these questions, then teachersmay simply return to the first questions again to helpthem make the proper conclusions.Students should be questioned about the material in andoutside of class. The material is not difficult, so it isexpected that they should be able to answer questionsabout any of the lessons without difficulty, in shaa’ Allaah.Level One students are not expected to read this book ontheir own, nor write answers. However, students who canread and write at this level may be given a copy of thebook to read on their own.We hope that this book fulfills its purpose and that Allaahrewards its author and all those who teach from it. Weask Allaah to help us in our responsibilities with thechildren of this Ummah, and to make them and all of usfirm in our Islaam. Your brother in Islaam,Abul-‘Abbaas Moosaa Richardson1422/9/20
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