5 Mathematics for Kids Questions


Mathematics for Kids Questions 1 – 5  by Shaykh Abdur-Razzaaq al-`Abbaad

Question – 1

Allaah the Elevated said:

{The likeness of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allaah, is as the likeness of a grain (of corn); it grows seven ears, and each ear has a hundred grains. Allaah gives manifold increase to whom He wills. And Allaah is All-Sufficient for His creatures’ needs, All-Knower.}

How many grains is the grain of corn increased to?


Question – 2

Allaah the Glorified said:

{And indeed We sent Nuh (Noah) to his people, and he stayed among them a thousand years minus fifty years [inviting them to believe in the Oneness of Allaah (Monotheism)…}

How many years did Nuh, ‘Alayhi as Salaam, stay among his people calling them to Monotheism?


Question – 3

Allaah the Majestic said:

{The Night of Al-Qadr (Decree) is better than a thousand months.}

a) The Night of Al Qadr is equal to how many years?

b) The Night of Al Qadr is equal to how many days if each month has 30 days?


Question – 4

Allaah the Majestic said:

{And they stayed in their Cave three hundred (solar) years, adding nine.}

How many years did they stay in their cave?


Question – 5

‘Abdullaah ibn Az Zubayr narrated that the Messenger of Allaah, may the Salaat and Salaam be upon him, said:

“One prayer in this Masjid of mine is better than a thousand prayers in other Masaajid except al Masjid al Haraam. One prayer in al Masjid al Haraam is better than a hundred prayers in this Masjid of mine.”

One prayer in al Masjid al Haraam is better than how many prayers in other Masaajid?

Courtesy: Madeenah.com

2 thoughts on “5 Mathematics for Kids Questions

  1. WelcometoMuslimFaith, I am so quietly joyful over this inspiring and FUN post today. I am in my fourth childhood (ha, ha!) and enjoyed these “numbers” which can only give a hint of the Creator’s limitless compassion and mercy for us! May you be among the Blessed this day as you share so much good teaching about wisdom and love in leading a truly spiritual life.

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