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Families around the world are recording themselves reading out a story for a new fun initiative called Tell a Tale of Tarbiyah.
The story marathon has been dreamed up by MCE (Madrasah Centre of Excellence) to entertain and inform children during coronavirus lockdown.
Parents and children pick one of MCE’s stories online and read it out, making an mp3 audio recording.
They email their recording to MCE and the best will be converted into a video, with others uploaded on the MCE website.
For one and all
Tell a Tale of Tarbiyah is a story marathon for one and all.
“This is a collaborative effort while everyone is home to get families involved and excited about Tarbiyah. We want as many families to participate as possible,” organisers said.
“The idea is to get families reading together, so we’re calling out to all families to join us in this exciting venture and contribute to the Tarbiyah project.”
How to take part
Deadline is 30 April, so why not choose your story and start practising today?
First pick your Band A or B story at https://madrasahonline.org/lessons/
The best audio will be converted into a video by the MCE team.
See a sample video
You can see a video sample here. Other samples are available on the MCE learning centre page.
If you want your family’s name to be mentioned with your contribution, please add the name in the message box when sending the file.
For any questions about Tell a Tale of Tarbiyah, please email [email protected]
Keeping Tarbiyah available
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