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The Benefits of
My Salah Mat
on your Children

Long term benefits of a tool such as
the interactive prayer mat
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Educational

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My Salah Mat is designed to help children of all abilities to support their preferred way of learning, whether they are audio learners, visual learners or kinaesthetic learners.

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My Salah Mat is a teaching tool that supports parents to teach salat to their children with ease.

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Children can practice reciting the Quran with Tajweed, as the reciter on My Salah Mat has studied Quran for 10 years, both in Egypt and Makkah, where he was given Ijaza.
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The recitation used by My Salat Mat is beautiful, and it is really nice just to simply listen to, especially when we consider the amount of non-beneficial things our children listen to every day, whether on TV or outside the home. Listening will have an impact on the child’s memory and help them to connect with salat and the Quran.

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In addition, listening to the content of salat will help children to identify words and familiarise them with the Arabic language and recitation of the Quran, which is especially useful for non-Arabic speaking children.

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An educational tool for all types of learners.

Fun & Easy

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Children love the My Salah Mat, and we have noticed that the first thing children want to do when they see it is SUJOOD!

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Their very first interaction with salat will be positive, enjoyable and fun

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Using My Salah Mat makes learning salah a fun and enjoyable experience, with its colourful layout, buttons to push, and audio sounds.

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My Salah Mat makes learning salah easy, as each key is clearly labelled and is simple to understand, making the prayer process easy to follow for children.

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Your child will start off loving salat rather than it being a chore. Many of us know how it was when we were growing up!

We at My Salah Mat want children to love salah, and not see it as something they must do, but something they want to do.

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An educational tool for all types of learners.

Instilling Good Habits

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Just a few minutes every day, and with your guidance combined with the My Salat Mat, your child will be praying perfectly InshaAllah.

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Children can teach and practice salat on their own – My Salah Mat has been designed so that children can use it on their own once their parents have gone through it with them a few times; therefore, it facilitates independent learning as children can use it whenever they choose.

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Learn from routine is important as children do not learn habits over a short period of time, but through a continuous process (a little bit every day). If we make it routine that our children use the interactive prayer mat once a day for 5 minutes, the prayer will become part of their daily routine.

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Practice makes perfect, and practicing salat on the My Salah Mat, helps with concentration and stamina, as the prayer process takes around 5 minutes, which is quite a long time for children.

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My Salah Mat takes children through the entire journey of Salat, allowing them to learn everything from Wudu, Qibla, Adhan to Dua at the end of prayer.

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Children can copy and read the recitation out loud, essentially mimicking the recitation. As they copy it, they say it out loud, and in turn they remember it.

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It is essential to foster good habits. We live in an age of iPads and Tablets, and children sometimes do not want to do anything physical, or even anything to do with religion. This prayer mat helps to engage children, making them actually want to do the prayer movements.

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Practice makes perfect and good habits last a lifetime.

Spiritual & Physical Benefits

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Sajda is good for calming children down. Children go through many stresses daily - if you look through the eyes of a child, you are living in a world of giants who sometimes speak a foreign language, because children don’t understand every word we say. So sajda throughout the day, and even at night before bedtime, is a great way for them to calm down and relax, and ultimately, connect with Allah and prepare children to read dua before sleeping.

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Once salat becomes a habit and something the person feels the need to do on a regular basis, if they stop, they will feel as if something is wrong physically as well as spiritually. Therefore, it is essential for children to start observing salat when they are young, and in an enjoyable and fun way, so that they feel the need to practise it.and

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Ingrained in their memory – what we do as a child echoes later on in life. If we start our children off with simple positive interactions with Islam and salat, this will be something that will come back to them later on in their lives.

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My Salah Mat makes learning salat hands on, interactive, physical and provides a clear connection to the prayer and its movements. Children will understand the beauty in the movements and it will prepare their bodies and minds for the rest of their lives.

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Salat has both spiritual and physical benefits and can clam children down

My Salah Mat
Educational Prayer Mat

The Fun, Easy & Interactive Way
to Teach Your Children
The Beauty of Salah
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