Through our knowledge about language acquisition, our experiences as parents raising a multilingual family & using Arabic with their children from baby age, through our experiences as an adult Arabic learner (for our founder) and as an Arabic teacher (for our proofreader), we believe in a practical, whole-language exposure’s approach from the early years.
From baby age, children should be exposed to Arabic daily through play, talking to them in Arabic, rhymes, book read-alouds etc. Then, once they are ready developmentally and Arabic is part of their life, reading and writing practices can be introduced (usually around 5-7 years old but each child is different).
This would be the ideal situation and we encourage you to do so, but we know that not everyone can achieve this (especially non-native speakers) and we are here to help you get closer to it!
We design our resources to help you incorporate Arabic into your children/students’ life, make them live and love Arabic and make them practice the 4 language skills through topics inspired by kids and real life.