I spy Arabic letters
This free ‘I spy arabic letter’ download is a great practical way to get kids to find a certain letter. The children need to colour the letter ‘jeem’ for example and then colour in all the ‘jeem’ letters in the same colour. This download is just a sample of 5 pages. The full booklet of 11 pages can be downloaded if you are a Primary Ilm member.
Arabic letter poster
This cute 2 page poster pack is great fun for the children to learn as they colour. The picture poster with the words will get them thinking about how the Arabic letters form to make words which actually mean something. This interests them greatly and can be a good conversation starter about Arabic words and how each word means something significant in the Quran.
I spy joint Arabic Letters
This free ‘I spy joint Arabic Letters’ booklet is a good starting point for kids to learn and begin to recognise their joint letters. Like the previous ‘I spy’ booklet, this one requires the child to colour in one of the circle letters in and then use a matching colour to find the corresponding letter.
This is a free sample pack of 5 pages, which is part of a 29 page download in the Primary ilm membership.
Arabic joint letter mat
A free, joint Arabic letter mat for kids to use as a reference when they begin to join letters. Simply join Primary ilm for free by registering using the Login > Register button.
Arabic letter colouring booklet
My students love colouring these pages. Sometimes, they will paint the letter, or use pastels or I will give them a different type of colour to change it up a bit. They always ask for more each week.
Arabic Alphabet booklet
This free Arabic booklet download has big pictures that kids find enjoyable to colour. Download now by joining Primary ilm for free.
Arabic alphabet cards
These Arabic letter cards are a great way to get kids to learn their letters. I use them in the following way:
- Kids use a whiteboard pen to trace letters
- Order the letters from Alif to Yaa (or whatever letter they’re on)
- ‘Find the letter’ game. The kids love this game and beg to play it almost every session! I just lay all the cards out (in any order) and say a letter. The first child to ‘snap’ whilst finding the right letter gets to keep the card. The one with the most cards at the end wins the game.
Arabic letter bookmark
Finally, this free Arabic letter bookmark can be downloaded and used in the following ways:
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