With the progress through the Islamic Studies curriculum, students are now introduced to additional new topics with greater depth. The Level 6 book takes a break from the life of Rasulullah (S) in order to cover several important topics that have not been discussed previously. For example, topics such as the objective of the Qur’an, the Compilation of the Qur’an, the relationship of the Qur’an with previous books, and the compilation of Hadith are covered. Morals and activities from the lives of Nuh (A), Dawud (A), and Sulaiman (A) are covered. The life and activities of Musa (A) are covered in several chapters. The lives and works of Khadijah, ‘A’ishah, and Fatimah (ra) are included in three chapters.
Islamic Studies Level 6 book is for 10-13-year-old children who have completed the Level 5 book from the Weekend Learning Series or children who have acquired similar Islamic knowledge. Ideally, 6th-grade students should use this book.
Homework becomes more intensive. Students are required to consult a translation of the Qur’ān to answer some of the homework. As with other Weekend Learning Islamic Studies books, homework is included. There is a workbook available to supplement the homework provided in this Level 6 textbook. The workbook has more test questions and chapter-based activities.