بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
We had the second Tarbiyah Girls Class last Saturday Alhamdulillaah. This week we continued with Lesson 2 in Al Waajibaat after having a small revision on lesson 1 and correcting the homework. First we learnt a brief biography of Imaam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhaab raheemahullaah.
We learnt about "Basmalah" this week. We learnt how to say it in Arabic and its meaning in English, when do we say or write it and what are the unspoken words of Basmalah and for homework we asked the girls to write what is it to not start anything with "Basmalah".
Due to time, we could not finish the Great Women of Islaam Introduction, so explained and asked them to memorise all names of the Ummahaathul Mu'mineen. Inshaa Allaah we will continue this lesson in our next class.
Then for homemaking this week the sister taught the girls basics of sewing. They were all thrilled to get a folder and a tiny sewing kit for themselves along with sheets of papers explaining basic stitches and Embroidery.
The girls were taught to thread a needle and tie knots and were introduced to the hoop and how to use it. Then the girls practiced running stitch.
Maimoonah came back home and she wanted to do a project with running stitch. So we at home, made a heart shaped pin cushion. We used the felt material and cut two pieces and she stitched both of them together and stuffed cotton wool. Turned out to be a cute pin cushion.
After sewing we did the second hadeeth on Umdatul Ahkaam, on the Book of Tahaarah. This week we learnt that Salaah will not be accepted if wudoo is not present. We learnt the benefits of this hadeeth and learnt all those things that would nullify the wudoo.
Again we were tight for time so could not finish off Adab Al Mufrad, so we gave homework for girls to secretly write down for the next two weeks, how they obeyed their parents and how and when they disobeyed their parents. They seem to like the idea that its going to be a "secret". Inshaa Allaah we will learn the first Adab "Obedience to Parents" next time.
And finally the girls had to note down their homework on their little notebook.