More than 60 % of Muslim children who live in non Muslim countries don’t know how to pray. “Salat Tutorial” is one of a series of mobile application directed to Muslim children that have a need to learn about Islam and teach them how to practice Islam duties.
“Salat Tutorial” is targeted to Muslim kids 4 to 13 years old.
How to pray Islam for children is the main goal of this app. It focus to teach Muslim Kids “how do I pray” how to pray Islam “ Salaah” and Islamic prayer Times in a simple and attractive way using animations for “Salaah, Salat” how Muslim pray and Islamic prayer Times in order to be useful for all parents Muslims like there Muslim kids spend more time learning about Islam: such “how do I pray” how to pray Islam “ Salaah” and Islamic prayer Times than spending spend a lot of time playing with mobile games.
“Salat Tutorial” Content and Features:
The application is now just in English. We are planning to launch the same version in multiple languages: Arabic, French, Spanish, Portuguese and other languages.
This App contain 2 Sections each one had a specific exercise in order Muslim kids memorize in pleasant way “how do I pray” how to pray Islam “ Salaah” and Islamic prayer Times
Section 1 “Islamic Prayer Times”:
-Islamic Prayer Times Definitions for Muslim kids and Muslim Children
-How to perform Islamic Prays “Salaah, Salat” for each Islamic Prayer Times: Number of Rakaat
-Exercise 1 matching Islamic prayer times pictures to the correct definition
-Exercise 2 matching: Number of Rakaat of Islamic Pray pictures to the correct Islamic Prayer Times
Section 2 “How to Pray Islam”:
-How to perform Islamic Prays “Salaah, Salat” Step by Step “Simplified for Muslim kids and Muslim Children”
-Exercise 1 arrange Islamic Prays “Salaah, Salat” Steps
Our aim is to teach Islam for children and Muslim kids in an easy and pleasant way taking into consideration new technologies in order to more attractive and innovative.
Kid will learn many Islamic terms like: Ruku’, Sujud, Woodo’ , Salah el Fajr, Salah el Doher, Salah el Asir and Salah el Icha'.