The Hifdh Logbook is designed to help anyone seeking to memorize the last Juzz of the Noble Quran.
This significantly revised edition offers a host of features enabling you to memorize more efficiently, accurately and with greater speed.
A spacious layout incorporating the Quranic script allows room for annotation and highlights, making it easy to record personal notes specific to your Child’s recitation.
The Hifdh Logbook also integrates a sticker reward system with motivational Hadith related to the Quran memorization.
Revision and progress charts are integrated into a sticker reward system to help ensure learning is established on a strong foundation and remains on-track.
Using the Hifdh Logbook is an experience that you’ll look forward to, enjoying time and time again with your Child.
The Hifdh Logbook is an excellent resource for teachers and parents to monitor and record child progress, as well as note their mistakes and corrections. It is good to have a set time and place for memorization, with the early dawn being the most recommended time. It is also important to stick to a daily limit so that progress is steady, measured and planned.
It is our Islamic responsibility to educate our Children in the Deen, especially in teaching them the Noble Quran. The Prophet (saaw) said:
“The best of you is he who learns the Quran and teaches it.”
(Reported by Al-Bukhaaree, 5027)
“Many of the distinguished Scholars memorized the Quran, before reaching the age of puberty. Ash-Shaafi’ee memorized the whole of the Quran when he was only seven years old. An-Nawawee memorized it when he was ten. Ibn Taimiyyah memorized it before attaining puberty, as did the Noble Sheikh, Ibn Baaz, may Allah have mercy on all of them.”
(Quoted from the Islamic Parenting book: “Raising Children in the light of the Quran and Sunnah”, page 53)
The Prophet (saaw) said:
“Whoever recites the Quran and acts upon it, his parents will be adorned with a crown on the Day of Judgement whose light will be better than the light of the sun in the worlds homes. So (if this is the reward of his parents) then what do you think about the one who actually does the act?”
(Reported by Abu Dawood, 1453)