How to integrate Arabic Seeds’ Membership into your Homeschool

How to integrate Arabic Seeds’ Membership into your homeschool - Arabic Seeds blog

          As a home-educator, you know the joy of finding easy-to-access good quality resources for your children. Such resources save you time when you are already juggling with so many plates in your home! Well, our founder at Arabic Seeds is a homeschooler and our membership reflects the vision she had for a comprehensive Arabic Resources platform that one can come back to again and again when planning for homeschool, therefore avoiding searching the whole internet, that time-consuming and frustration-fueling task.

Eezeehomeschool - Homeschooler,  Early Childhood Educator Eezeehomeschool – Homeschooler, Early Childhood Educator@eezeehomeschool Read More I love the fact that I can take out my planner and plan out our Arabic for the week from Arabic Seeds. This website is amazing it has videos, art and craft activities, daily vocabularies, whole unit studies and more! It allows me to plan so easily because everything is in one place. I love the child friendly learning approach with the halal illustration! If you’re looking for a website to help your child learn Arabic then please check out Arabic seeds. Ula (homeschooler) Ula (homeschooler)@when2became4plus1 Read More Learning isn’t only in a classroom, this is one of the reasons I love Arabic Seeds because it makes that possible. It’s not just worksheets, but allows you to live the Arabic language by using labels to label things around the house, placemats to use while eating, games and books so even in times when you need quiet time the children can spend time benefiting and learning.” Previous Next

With Arabic Seeds’ Membership, we want to provide a ‘feast’ of Arabic exposure: our resources are based on a wide variety of daily life and child-friendly themes and topics, and offer the opportunity to develop the 4 language skills (listen, speak, read and write) and to practice from letters to sentences and short texts. The objective is to make your children practice the language with confidence and develop a strong connection and familiarity with Arabic as a whole! The variety in our resources also means that you will be able to use our membership with your multi-age/multi-level homeschooled children. And if like us you believe that home educating actually starts naturally from baby age, we even have an “Daily life in Arabic” category for you (with daily rhymes, routines and actions)!

In case you are new to our website, our membership is resource-rich, covering topics from seasons and greetings to animals, geography, space, and so much more. It is convenient, all you have to do is print, read the instructions/suggestions, then practice with your children! You can also make them watch our read-aloud videos to develop their listening skills, speaking fluency and good pronunciation. For that bit of extra fun, we have developed several online Arabic games and quizzes as well as printable games for our members.  At Arabic Seeds, we believe that learning Arabic should be nothing short of a meaningful and an engaging experience! 

More importantly, our membership is cost-effective. We know how expensive homeschooling can get, so we keep our prices affordable. You also don’t need to buy a subscription for each of your children, one subscription is valid for your entire household!

With all that in mind, today we are sharing with you five ways to use our Arabic Seeds membership as a homeschooler. We have been asked this question frequently, and so we have decided to give you a detailed answer here.  Please feel free to share any additional ideas you might have in the comments section below. We may even add them to this blogpost (don’t worry, we’ll ask you first!).

1) Add Arabic Seeds’ resources to your homeschool’s morning routine

Arabc Seeds resources for your homeschool morning basket
Arabc Seeds resources for your homeschool morning basket

Many of our resources can be easily added to your homeschool morning basket or circle time. 

  • Pick a rhyme and sing it together on a daily basis till you have all learnt it by heart. Rhymes are brilliant for acquiring Arabic in a natural way and aiding with vocabulary retention.
  • You can also use our posters or wall displays to learn a particular concept such as the Days of the Week, the Arabic Alphabet, Morning and Evening Routines, the four Seasons and the Weather (your children can even take turns being the weatherperson of the day!). 
  • Our printable stories are another great addition to your morning time. In fact, a short Arabic book read daily provides a good amount of Arabic exposure and it is a light task in your busy schedule. Once you have chosen one of our printable books, read it on a regular basis – nothing aids language retention like repetition. If your children love visuals, throw in a few props to your basket and bring the storybook to life. Maybe you could even recreate a scene or two using Lego or any toys your children have!
  • If in your homeschool you read aloud literature books and like to let your younger children do a quiet activity while reading aloud to the family, why not letting them play with our play-doh Arabic Mats or with our 3d Paper City or colour in our Arabic colouring sheets? Arabic Seeds has a lot to offer to your homeschooled family!


2) Make Arabic a core subject in your homeschool by using our themed units 

Arabic Seeds themed units for your homeschool
Arabic Seeds themed units for your homeschool

If Arabic acquisition is top on your list of homeschool priorities and you want to make Arabic a core subject in your homeschool, all you’d need is between 15 and 30 minutes per day, or alternatively, slot in your Arabic time several times a week. This is where our themed units are super useful! We designed them to give you a web of connected resources to use throughout the week/month depending on the pace of your family. We currently have a dozen of themed units ranging from Greetings to Space!

Each unit is purposely based on a printable book or story to give learners a meaningful and engaging context. Then, the other resources of the unit (worksheets, flashcards, crosswords and colourings, rhymes, read-aloud videos, quiz cards, games) make learners practice and reinforce the vocabulary words, grammar structures or sentences introduced in the book, as well as the 4 language skills (listen, speak, read and write).

How the Arabic Seeds units work
Example within the “Greeting & introducing myself” UNIT

TIP 1: You can tie up a unit to what you are learning in your other subjects if it is relevant (for example, tie up our Space unit when learning about space in Science). If you have older children, you can also use our resources alongside an Arabic grammar-based curriculum.

Using an Arabic Seeds unit in Science
@esraahaidar on Instagram shared how she use our space resources in addition to other Science resources.
Tarbiyah Outside the Box used Arabic Seeds resources with another curriculum
Tarbiyah Outside the Box used Arabic Seeds resources with another Arabic curriculum

TIP 2: A unit can take several weeks to complete. We recommend not to rush through the units, repetition is essential and it’s important to take time so that your child take ownership of what he/she is learning. The main goal is to make your children confident enough to re-use in real life some of what they have learned so that the language is efficiently acquired.

TIP 3: We also suggest that you keep some days each month to review previous units’ materials or, if you have protected your print outs well (laminating the books or flashcards for example), we suggest that you keep them within reach of your children in their bookshelf or another place that allow them to grab them and use them whenever they want. 


3) Use Arabic Seeds’ resources to play in Arabic

Many resources from our membership can be used to play in Arabic. What a great way to develop connection and love for the language!

For example, your children can pretend to be our Arabic-speaking kittens Nashoot and Banoon (throw in some cat masks) and retell the dialogue of our “Nashoot meets Bannoon” story. Other stories from our library can be used for pretend play.

You can also assemble the 3D Paper City from our City Unit (with building labels in Arabic) with your children, have them bring their toys (vehicles, characters) and help them to use the Arabic vocabulary and sentences included in the unit while they are playing!

And what about preparing a Fruit Salad or gardening in Arabic?! We have lovely units around these themes!

Also bring Arabic outside and go on a scavenger hunt with our Fall’s Treasures and Park/Playground units!

In addition to our online quizzes and games, you might also be interested in our printable Quiz Cards (if your children like competition, you can add in some rewards to win for the one who answers correctly the most questions) and printable games like our Snowman Dress up Game (play this game with a real snowman if you get snow in your area!)

Finally, one underrated yet very versatile resource that aids learning through play is flashcards. Instead of reserving them solely for matching activities, try to also use them as characters in an imaginary game. Take our Under the Sea flashcards for example. Print and laminate them for extra durability, then spill them out on any blue background you have on hand such a cloth or scarf – this is your ocean! Now name each sea creature and together come up with a storyline, using the flashcards to illustrate your story and bring it to life. It won’t be long before your children join in and add sentences!

Arabic Seeds flashcards to play in Arabic
Arabic Seeds resources to play in Arabic


4) Use Arabic Seeds’ resources at bedtime

Arabic Seeds resources for bedtime
Arabic Seeds resources for bedtime

Perhaps your morning routine is already full but you like the idea of having daily Arabic exposure? You could use our printable Arabic books as bedtime stories.

You can also use our bedtime rhyme and other Arabic Seeds’ rhymes to calm down and enjoy a lovely moment with your children.


5) Start an Arabic Homeschool Group or coop!


Learning in a group is a brilliant way to learn anything and to stay motivated and committed throughout the year! Making Arabic special by learning it with friends is also very good way to develop a positive attachment to Arabic as a language.

Why not start an Arabic homeschooling group in your city and use resources from our membership as your teaching material?

Arabic Playgroup review of Arabic Seeds

The themed units make it easy to plan out throughout the year and our multi-age variety of resources can accommodate groups of children of different ages.

Once your Arabic homeschooling group is up and running, plan for special days such as park day (to practice what’s in our Park & playground unit) or beach day (to practice what’s in the Five senses at the beach unit) or farm/zoo day (to practice what’s in the “Under the sea” unit or in the Farm or Animals units). Hold the events in Arabic as much as possible. Imagine how immersive these Arabic experiences will be!

You can also create an Arabic playgroup lead by an Arabic teacher. Read our blogpost written by a mom who created a playgroup with other moms.

NOTE: A group leader can subscribe to our membership and print out our printables for up to 35 children (and make them watch our videos unlimited). If each parent of the group needs to have access to the full membership, contact us at so that we gladly create for your group a special discount!

Our resources in use by homeschoolers

Birds UNIT Display by @drbaji on Instagram
Esraa Haidar using our Space unit for her unit studies
Arabic Fall Unit printables by little_homeschool_on_prairie on Instagram
Animals Unit photo by @thekidspart
Weather and Clothes Wall display - photo by
Clip-it Alphabet Cards - photo by @salammontessori
Arabic Meal Mats by @when2become4plus1 (instagram)
Arabic Space unit - Picture by Adventures from A to Z on Instagram.
Fall Flashcards - photo by @rainbowschooling (IG)
Birds UNIT Display by @drbaji on Instagram
Birds Flashcards - photo by @drbaji on Instagram
Birds Reading puzzles - photo by @drbaji on Instagram
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So there you have it! Five ways to help you integrate our Arabic membership into your homeschool. Start off small, such as adding a resource or two to your morning basket. Once Arabic is firmly part of your daily routine, make your way through this list and add one suggestion at a time! Always remember that learning Arabic is a continuous journey. There is no arrival, but it is beautiful nonetheless. Trusting the process, commitment and patience are the keys!

We hope you love our membership as much as we love creating resources for you! Feel free to comment or ask your questions in the comment section below, we love to hear from you!

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