Basic Quran Reading for Kids

Learn how to to read the Quran with Tajweed and Arabic accent.

Basic Quran Reading for Kids

Course overview

Many parents want their children to receive a basic religious education after returning from school, with the Quran at the forefront. You can enroll your child in the “Basic Quran Reading for Kids” course” to teach Nazra Quran to your children.

In the Nazra Quran Reading course, we teach the students to read the Holy Quran by looking at them and enable the students to read the Holy Quran without any help from anyone else. The student will also become able to recite the Quran with an Arabic accent.

Every Muslim should recite the Quran in its entirety at least once a year. Now, unless a person is able to recite the Quran on his own, he will not be able to exercise his right to complete the reading of the Quran at least once or twice a year.

الذي يقرَأُ القرآنَ وهو مَاهِرٌ به مع السَّفَرَةِ الكِرَامِ البَرَرَةِ، والذي يقرَأُ القرآنَ ويَتَتَعْتَعُ فيه وهو عليه شَاقٌ لَهُ أجْرَانِ

The one who recites the Qur’an skillfully will be in the company of the noble and righteous messenger-angels and the one who reads the Qur’an, but stutters and finds it difficult, receives a double reward.

Sahih/Authentic. – [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

But it is not easy for a person to recite the Quran consistently until he has mastered the reading of the Quran. All we have to do is take the time to learn the Quran. However, due to the busy schedules, many people cannot go to a madrassa regularly to learn the Quran, and they cannot send their children to a regular madrassa to be taught the Quran. And many are also unable to find Islamic centers in there near their homes. Through the online Quran Academy, every Muslim can set the time according to his convenience to learn the Quran. Our expert teachers are ready to provide their services 24 hours a day.

Course objective

  • To be able to read the Quran by sight.
  • Correct his pronunciation while reading the Quran.
  • To be able to observe the principles of Tajweed while reading the Quran.
  • Know basic religious issues such as ablution(Wudhu) and prayers.

Course Syllabus

  • Viewer of Tajweed Quran.
  • Basic principles of purity (Bathing).
  • Complete Sunnah prayer.
  • Duties and obligations of Muslim in Sunnah.
  • The abominations of prayers.
  • Supplications (Duas) for daily life.

Duration to complete

There is no deadline to complete the “Basic Quran Reading for Kids”. It all depends on the child’s ability and basic abilities. If the child is able and has a strong ability to read the Quran, then he can complete the course of reading the Quran in ten months. And if the child’s basic abilities are weak or the child is not able to pay full attention, it may take longer. Children between the ages of ten and fifteen usually take two to two and a half years to complete this course.


Although there is no time limit for reciting the Quran course for kids. But it is usually advisable for children between the ages of ten and fifteen to take this course. However, before this course, it is important that the student can read the Arabic letters well. The student should have a correct knowledge of various movements and movements, recognizes the structure of the letters, knows how to combine different characters. The pronunciation is somewhat fine.

Method of learning

Our expert teachers share screens with students during lessons. The lessons they teach are open to both teacher and student at the same time. After that, the teachers make the children read the Quran along with them by repeating every verse themselves. Then they give the students a chance to read it once. Sometimes this is not necessary if the child already has a strong foundation for reading the Quran.

While reading the lesson, our teachers also take care that the children use the correct pronunciation. They read the Quran to the children according to the principles of Tajweed.

The child is then given the task of memorizing his/her homework lesson. Then the next day, the teacher hears the lesson from the student. The previous lessons are also tested once a month.

At the end, the teacher teaches the students prayers and supplications etc. and gives them as homework to memorize the lessons related to prayers and supplications. We urge our teachers to provide good religious training to the students in a friendly environment and to motivate them to live their lives according to the commandments of Allah and the way of the His Holy Prophet (S.A.W). And teachers should inculcate in children a desire to follow the Sunnah. It makes children want to be obedient to their parents. And that the children should observe the prayers.

These online classes are offered through WhatsApp, Skype, Zoom and other platforms. The duration of this lesson is about 30 minutes. If a student needs it, the duration of the lesson can be extended after consultation with the parents and guardian.

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Nazra means the ability to recite the Quran, that is, to read the Quran by sight, by oneself, without any help.

The children’s teachers are required to read the Quran by themselves. Then they give the students a chance to read it. After that, he corrects their mistakes over and over again until they start reading correctly.

First the “Noorani Qaida” is taught, in which the basic rules of Tajweed and the letters are identified, then how the letters are combined to form words is taught. After all this, the teacher reads and the student listens, then repeats, and the teacher corrects the mistakes that come.

There is no fixed age for a child to start learning the holy Quran. Because some children are fast learners while some are fewer learners. I think a moderately intelligent child who can be taught about the Quran and Islam at home should start learning about Islam and the Quran from the age of three. In our opinion, only a mother can do the best in this regard.

Before the child can repeat the Quran, you must first recite the Quran yourself again and again, and listen to him or her.

The only difference between God and Allah is that Allah is the name of God for Muslims and (some Arabic-speaking Christians and Jews), whereas in many religions there are different names for God, and they also believe in more than one God. They have a different perception of God.

Another thing that separates them is that there is no reward (ajar) for saying God while saying Allah is a work of reward.

  • Teach the children the names of Allah.
  • Practice the worship of contemplation with them.
  • Instill the love of Jannah and its people in their hearts.
  • Be the model that they can follow.
  • Recite the Quran in front of them.
  • Consult with scholars and get help.

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