I don't typically test the children, however they are getting older and believe it or not, are asking for tests and grades.
Although I designed our Surah-Ikhlas printable worksheet to be used as a blind test, I aloud the girls to use their books to help them when they got stuck (you can see more of how we're studying the Qur'an as part of our Morning Basket time here).
The worksheet has ben designed with 4 different ability options, allowing for children of different ages / abilities to use.
- Write the translated meaning of each ayah
- Write the translated meaning of each ayah and word for word.
- Write the translated meaning of each ayah and word for word, and give a brief tafseer.
- Write the original Arabic ayah with the translated meaning, and give a brief tafseer.
Whether you want to use the worksheet as a blind test at the end of your study, or as part of your learning, is entirely up to you - either will be suited to the design of the printable.
So if you're looking for something to help consolidate your own Surah Ikhlas study, grab a copy to work with your children or classroom inshaAllah... just click on the high-lighted text below: