Class Curriculum

This 8-week class is focused on spiritual development for 6-year olds. Developed by Rabata, this unique program focuses on belief, character development, and value systems by learning about forgiveness, mercy, compassion, and the Oneness of God. It is also supported by stories from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (s), his companions, and other prophets mentioned in the Quran. It encompasses age appropriate songs, activities, interactive classes, and games. Some of the topics that are covered in this class are:

  • How do Muslims celebrate Ramadan? How does fasting help us grow patience?

  • How can we develop the habit of prayer? How can prayer help us build taqwa?

  • How do we talk to Allah and how does He talk with us?

  • What are some ways we celebrate Eid?

  • How does the Quran help us develop our spiritual heart?

  • What does God hear? What does God see? What does God know?

Class Day & Time

Thursdays 5:30 - 6:30 pm CST

Session Dates: March 23 - June 1

Ramadan & Eid Break: April 9 - 29

Class will resume on May 4th

Please note: 

1. This class is designed for boys who are currently 6-years old. 

2. For the privacy and protection of all our students, classes are NOT recorded. Students must attend live sessions. 

3. Program Policy: Once the session begins, NO refunds are allowed. 

Registration Fee


Hazel Gómez graduated from Loyola University Chicago with double Bachelor’s degrees in Forensic Science and Biology. Currently, she is a faith-based community organizer with Dream of Detroit, a nonprofit that combines community organizing with strategic housing and land development to build a healthy community and empower a marginalized neighborhood; a neighborhood which she also lives in with her husband and children. In addition to being an advocate for women seeking traditional Islamic education, Hazel is studying the Islamic sciences with's Ribaat Academic Program under the tutelage of Shaykha Tamara Gray and other female shaykhas. She also dedicates her time as an advisor and board member to various nonprofits ranging from convert care and anti-racism work to bail reform. She is an avid reader of all things about Muslims in America and is interested in the research and creation of an authentic Latino Muslim experience.

Hazel Gomez