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Names of Allah: A Memory Matching Game

$16.99

Names of Allah: A Memory Matching Game

(4 customer reviews)

$16.99

  • Memory skills
  • Encourages turn-taking and playing together
  • Lightweight and portable for easy on-the go-fun
  • Visual Representation of 20 names of Allah
  • Approved by Religious Scholar
  • 40 picture tiles

Illustrated by Nida Syed 

SKU: memory matching Category: Tags: , , , , ,

Description

Names of Allah

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projected to ship out by Ramadan 2019*

 

It’s the classic game of matching and memory—now featuring the names of Allah. Each tile has a name of Allah carefully illustrated to demonstrate its meaning. By providing a visual your child can come to understand Allah and fall in love.

This is the perfect way to introduce names of Allah to each type of learner

Visual: Providing the visual meaning for the names of Allah allows a child to understand without language

Auditory: Repeating the name of Allah at each turn gives your child multiple opportunities to hear and learn the name of Allah

Tactile: Touching and physically getting involved in the game helps your tactile learner remember each name of Allah

Literacy based: Don’t forget to download the Names of Allah: Activity Book to extend the play for your literacy based learner! Each name is an activity they can do over and over again!

Photos by Sakhon Nhek

*this is only an estimate. Due to circumstances out of our control, we can not garuntee a delivery time 

** $10 Flat Rate Shipping to Canada

Additional information

Weight 0.5 oz
Dimensions 5.5 × 4 × 2 in

4 reviews for Names of Allah: A Memory Matching Game

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  1. Fatema (verified owner)

    Love love loved it. The quality of the cards exceeded my expectations 😍😍 My daughter has been playing it all weekend long.

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  4. Sarah Mahmoud

    Excellent learning tool for the kids! I’m so impressed by the quality of the cards and the illustrations that really drive home the meanings. Love that the Arabic *and* transliteration is included along with the English. Great job guys, thank you so much for creating such a quality game for little Muslims. The only thing I would suggest is to maybe make the box a little more sturdy. I’m not sure how long this box is going to last with my kids lol. Jazakum Allahu khair. 💕

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