[029:026] So, Lût (Lot) believed in him [Ibrâhîm’s (Abraham’s) Message of Islâmic Monotheism]. He [Ibrâhîm (Abraham)] said: “I will emigrate for the sake of my Lord. Verily, He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.”
Younger students: Write the words: Lut, Prophet
Tip: for copywork for older students, have them write a daily heading at the top of each page each day in Arabic (hijri date, Arabic translitated date (i.e. yanayir (in Arabic), season. I have found that this helps them learn the months, seasons, etc without having to do a separate set of lessons.)
Introduce the concept of a prophet (for younger kids)with this poem from Islam4Kids.com: (The Prophets and the Messengers).
You might even have students copy the poem for copywork.
Discuss that we say alayhi sallam after the name of a Prophet
Read about Prophet Lut (alayhi sallam)
(The format is a little tedious, but you might copy and paste it into word and increase the font, add paragraphs, etc)
Or read from “Stories of the Prophets” by Ibn Kathir
After reading, have student fill out Prophet Study Sheet :
Audio: Prophet Lut (alayhi sallam)
Lastly, I just completed a whole lesson for learning about Prophet Lut