Class Curriculum

This 8-week class is focused on spiritual development for 7 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:

  • Discuss good qualities of the Prophets.

  • How does Allah SWT communicate with us through relevation?

  • Who was the last Prophet? How can we love him?

  • Discuss Hajj and its practices.

  • What is the Qur'an? Why do we memorize it? What is the message of the Qur'an?

  • Name and recite surahs of the Qur'an.

  • Discuss the Lunar calendar and how we use it.

Class Day & Time

Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:30 pm CST

Session Dates: June 15th-August 17th

Please note: 

1. This class is designed for children born between the dates of: 

June 30, 2014 - July 1, 2015

2. There is NO class on July 6th & July 13th for Dhul Hijja and Eid Al-Adha. 

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

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

Registration Fee


Soofia Ahmed is a teacher and a real estate agent residing in Chicago, IL. She graduated from Elmhurst College, majoring in Secondary Education/English Literature and minoring in Intercultural studies with a focus on social justice. She also has a middle school history teaching certification. She's led teaching initiatives for street children in India, taught in UK Islamic schools, where she and her family resided for almost 8 years, and has taught in both public and private schools in the US. She loves horses, even though she's madly allergic to them and enjoys spending her free time exploring nature with her three beautiful bairns. She is currently a student at the Ribaat Academic Institute pursuing a Ribaat Islamic Studies Teacher Certificate.

Anse Soofia Ahmed