11 May 2020

Quranic Alphabet Series: Ayn

ع Is for ‘Ankaboot, Spider
Allah talks about the spider's web in Surah Ankaboot. A spider once built a web over the cave that Prophet Muhammad (S) was hiding in. The web helped to keep the Holy Prophet safe because it stopped people searching inside. Spiders spin webs using a sticky material from their body called silk. The web traps insects for the spider to eat. 
Activity: Web Weaving
Punch holes around the rim of a paper plate and weave wool or string across it to create your own web design. 
Craft: Spider Stamp
Make eight cuts half way up a tissue roll and fold the ends out to form a spider’s legs. Dip into black paint to make your own spider stamps.

ع Is for ‘Ayn, Eyes
What a blessing to be able to see the wonderful world around us! People who can not see are called blind. They use a special method called Braille to touch raised dot patterns that help them read.
Game: Play I spy with my little Ayn or place some objects in a bag and have the child guess them blindly by placing their hand inside.

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