In my last post, I wrote about how you can use Quran journaling to teach your child. To help you get started and instead of staring at a blank page, I've made some journaling pages about the bees for you to download free.
It follows the format that I wrote about. The top part of page 1 is for your child or you to write the Arabic of the ayahs. If your child is not at the Arabic writing stage yet then they can cut out pictures of bees and bee products to glue there.
Next, read the Quranic ayahs in both Arabic and the translation then go through the tafsir on it. Have your child reflect on the ayah and what it means to them. Finally, ask your child what they have learnt from these ayahs and what they can do to put what they've learnt into action.
The next thing you can do is choose another ayah and let your child follow this format in their own book, provide some stickers and washi tapes and let them decorate how they want.
This Bee Quran Journaling goes well with a topic on bees. If you'd like more activities based on these two Quran ayahs then get my 'The Bee Activity Book'.
Right now, there's a Special Back to School Islamic Education Bundle where you can get this book for $1. Click here to find out more.