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Basic Qaida for Kids

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Equr’an courses is offering online Quran courses that include reading Quran with tajweed, Noorani Qaida, Hifaz, Tafsir,Islamic studies, Islamic Supplications. As we do not compromise on quality, we hire male and female certified  teachers. They are well trained to ensure the best method, procedure and process for the online Quran courses. This makes the students confident enough to learn reading Quran with tajweed quickly and grow with Islamic knowledge. We conduct live one on one and group classes in case of belonging to a single family via Skype and Zoom. Enroll now for our exceptional online Quran class

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ا (Alif) – Pronounced like the English letter “A” as in “Apple.”
ب (Ba) – Pronounced like the English letter “B” as in “Ball.”
ت (Ta) – Pronounced like the English letter “T” as in “Table.”
ث (Tha) – Pronounced like the English letter “TH” as in “Think.”
ج (Jeem) – Pronounced like the English letter “J” as in “Jump.”
ح (Ha) – Pronounced with a strong exhalation, similar to clearing your throat.
خ (Kha) – Pronounced like the Scottish “Loch,” a guttural sound.
د (Dal) – Pronounced like the English letter “D” as in “Dog.”
ذ (Thal) – Pronounced like the English letter “TH” as in “This.”
ر (Ra) – Pronounced like the English letter “R” as in “Run.”
ز (Za) – Pronounced like the English letter “Z” as in “Zebra.”
س (Seen) – Pronounced like the English letter “S” as in “Snake.”
ش (Sheen) – Pronounced like the English letter “SH” as in “Shoe.”
ص (Sad) – Pronounced like “S” with an added emphasis, similar to “S” in “See.”
ض (Dad) – Pronounced like “D” with an added emphasis, similar to “D” in “Dad.”
ط (Taa) – Pronounced like “T” with an added emphasis, similar to “T” in “Top.”
ظ (Zaa) – Pronounced like “Z” with an added emphasis, similar to “Z” in “Zero.”
ع (Ain) – Pronounced as a guttural sound, similar to “A” in the Scottish “Loch.”
غ (Ghain) – Pronounced as a deep guttural sound.
ف (Fa) – Pronounced like the English letter “F” as in “Fish.”
ق (Qaaf) – Pronounced like a “K” sound further back in the throat.
ك (Kaaf) – Pronounced like the English letter “K” as in “Kite.
” ل (Laam) – Pronounced like the English letter “L” as in “Lion.”
م (Meem) – Pronounced like the English letter “M” as in “Monkey.”
ن (Noon) – Pronounced like the English letter “N” as in “Nose.”
ه (Ha) – Pronounced like the English letter “H” as in “House.”
و (Waw) – Pronounced like the English letter “W” as in “Water.”
ي (Ya) – Pronounced like the English letter “Y” as in “Yellow.”
This is a simplified Qaida for kids, and it’s a starting point for learning the Arabic alphabet. Children can practice these letters with the help of an Arabic-speaking teacher or through educational materials designed for beginners. As they progress, they can move on to learning vowel sounds, basic Arabic words, and eventually Quranic verses.