This handwriting practise page is taken from My Arabic Alphabet Workbook 1 – Journey from Alif to Yaa (page 75). Available in English and Bahasa. You can download the printable Arabic Number worksheets below: English Bahasa Terms and Conditions of … Continue reading
Assalamu’alaikum wr wb, Please feel free to download My Arabic Numbers Workbook Part 1, Arabic Numbers 1-10 (18 pages). If your child can count from 1–10 in English, this workbook will help to introduce numbers in Arabic language. How to … Continue reading
“My Arabic Alphabet Workbook – Journey from Alif to Yaa: Book 1: Standalone Letters” Ideal for teaching the Arabic letters and numbers. Learn the names of letters in the Arabic Alphabet by tracing, writing and matching the letters.
Assalamu’alaikum, Use this set of worksheets (22 pages) to teach your child to count 11-20 in order. Please click here to download My Numbers Workbook 1-10. Suitable for preschool ages 3,4,5. You’ll find lots of activities including:
Assalamu’alaikum, :: UPDATE:: Page 12 & 13 have been corrected!. Use this set of worksheets (22 pages) to teach your child to count 1-10 in order. Suitable for preschool ages 3,4,5. You’ll find lots of activities including: 1. Colouring, tracing … Continue reading
Assalamu’alaikum, Sometimes I can’t be bothered to print worksheets for my kids. So I use Apps instead of papers. One of our favourite Arabic writing app is Ana Auktub or “I write in Arabic”. This App is very easy to … Continue reading
Assalamu’alaikum wr wb, Please feel free to download the Arabic Number Flashcards and the Arabic Number Poster (pdf format). Flashcards to help your children to learn the Arabic numbers. It contains numbers from 1 to 10 in Arabic and English.
Assalamu’alaikum wr wb, The age groups are used as a guide only. Each child should do work according to his/her ability, rather than age. You can download more worksheets on the sidebar menu. Jazaakumullah Khairan for reading my blog. Wassalamu’alaikum … Continue reading
Below are our homeschooling lesson plans for Year 2 based on the National Curriculum in England: Theme: Vacation English/Literacy: 1. Vacation diary + recount our last vacation (where we travelled; how did we get there). 2. Revise the GPCs and the … Continue reading