Read and write Arabic resource pack in a Montessori style, a printable PDF. Arabic Vowelled Letters flash cards, Montessori Baitul Huroof activity pack, the unique Steps to Arabic reading scheme and the Arabic handwriting activity book is what you need to learn to read and write arabic.
Arabic Vowelled Letters flash cards
These unique, bright, colourful Arabic flash cards are so versatile that we have included in the instructions a list of activities using them to help you or your child learn to recognize the Arabic alphabet with the different Arabic vowels as described here.
Montessori Baitul Huroof Activity Pack
We are sure your child will enjoy using this unique Montessori inspired Arabic letter recognition pack. Baitul Huroof has the words and letters in different colours effectively to engage the learner for as long as possible. The red letters help to remember them easily, while the answer cards encourages self assessment. You can read more about it here. Baitul Huroof enables the recognition of individual Arabic letters as they stand, the different shapes of the letters at the beginning, middle and at the end of the word, within words and helps reading. It is a versatile activity pack.
Steps to Arabic reading scheme
Once the learner recognizes the letters with vowels and their different shapes, it is time then to learn to read with this step-by-step approach which focuses on building the learner’s confidence in reading Arabic with each step they take. Steps to Arabic starts off with the fetha vowel in a particular combination of letters so that a word is formed. It ends with the moon and sun letters with Quranic ayaat to practice reading as described here.
Arabic Handwriting Activity Book
Learn how to write Arabic with this black and white, printer friendly Arabic Handwriting Activity Book that provides you with plenty of opportunities for colouring and practicing handwriting Arabic alphabet.
The Arabic Handwriting Activity Book is to practice writing the Arabic alphabet and recognize Arabic letters within Arabic words. The letters are written as they stand, in the beginning of the word, in the middle and at the end to help you recognize them within words as is made clear here.
Please note: all the resources are printable PDF files.