As-Salaamu 'Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuhu,
Ar-Rasool sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam told us in a Hadeeth that the most beloved deed to Allah is to enter happiness in the heart of a Muslim. When we give Sadaqah to other people, we are able to enter happiness in the hearts of a Muslim. For example, when we feed someone who is hungry, they feel happy; when we help someone do something that they are finding challenging, it makes them happy; whenwe smile at someone who may be having a bad day (smiling is an act ofsadaqah, as we know), they feel happy. Allah gives us so many opportunity during any given day to do so many things that could be considered most beloved to Allah.
As we conclude the theme of this month, encourage your child to find small opportunities during the school day, to enter happiness in the heart of others. And during the evenings and weekends, consider doing a family activity where you may enter happiness in the hearts of others. For example, consider having your child make a card for someone who is sick; or to buy and drop food off for someone who is sick; or to helpan old neighbor buy their groceries, etc. We ask Allah to make us of those people who do deeds that are most beloved to Allah