Children learn Quran and crown
35 children between the ages of 4 and 6 who were educated in the Qur'an in Mustazafs Association Batman Branch, were given diplomas and crowned for learning and reading Quran from the beginning till the end.
Golden Children Garden which opened within the body of Mustazafs Association Batman Branch, held year-end ceremony for those 35 children between the ages 4-6, who learned Quran, gave them diploma and crowned them.
This year, 35 girls and boys were educated in the program that was launched to teach the Qur'an in the Golden Children Garden.
Throughout the year, two groups of lessons were taught in the training program. At the end of the training. 35 tiny students, who learned to read the Qur'an, were crowned and received their diplomas from their teachers at the year-end ceremony held for them.
“While you aim to equip our children who are the most beautiful and precious assets of the world with love, we are striving to give them the basis of the education that will complete this love and prepare the life of the day,” said The Golden Children Garden Manager Hamdiye İpek, in the program which families showed an intensive participation and added that, “As a matter of fact, the fastest learning and education ages in children's basic education are in the period of 0-6 years. I am confident that we are proud to deliver your children with confidence in such a crucial period. I want you to be sure that we will be working diligently to fulfill this responsibility. We have tried to teach our children the Word of Allah, the Sunnah and the moral of our Prophet.”
At the end of the program, 35 students who graduated from learning Qur'an were given a diploma and crowned.
“The biggest problem of this era is the training of mistrained generations”
Following the diploma ceremony, Sultan Demir, a member of the Mustazafs Association of Women's Branches, made a short speech and thanked the families who gave their children to them and the teachers who training the children.
Demir said, “The biggest problem of our age is to educate the wrongly educated generations because of cultural degeneration. If we want to raise a healthy lineage, we need to have education institutions and exemplary educators connected to our culture, , customs and traditions.” (M. Fatih Akgül - ILKHA)