Arabic for little kids

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DIY Snow globe & winter printable

How to easily make a snow globe with your kids to go with our “The white surprise” printable. Supplies: Jar with lid or a plastic snow globe from a store. Glitter, sequins or other tiny craft supplies that can look like snow Small item to add inside for decoration like a fir tree Water Glycerin …

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DIY Eid Banner in Arabic with your Kids

! مَرْحَباً As a mother willing to pass Arabic on her child, I always try to find ways to integrate more Arabic in our daily life. Especially if you live in a non-Arabic country like us, your children are not exposed to the Arabic script in the streets, at the supermarket, on the cereals box etc…That’s why, we have to …

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Nature Unit: a playful Arabic Unit for little Kids

! مَرْحَباً  “The nature around us” is one of my favorite themes to teach! I designed this playful Arabic unit for children (around 3-8 years old) based on our free Spring printable book. Get all the printable Arabic resources you need for this unit on the Shop by ordering the FREE “Nature/Spring Unit Bundle”. In this blog-post, their …

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3 engaging Activities for Kids about the Arabic Letter ب

! مَرْحَباً I had the opportunity to make a demo about the Arabic letter ب to a class of 5-6 year old children at an Arabic Saturday School. They were already knowing the isolated letter. The main objectives of this lesson: – practice of their Arabic Listening & Writing skills, – recognition of the letter ب at the beginning, …

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Early Arabic Language Teaching: approach and application

! مَرْحَباً    What is the best Early Arabic Language Teaching Approach?! In this article, I introduce an approach to teach Arabic to little kids (under 7 years old) and suggest you play-based activities to practice Arabic with our printable story “Nashoot meets Bannoon” (included in the “Greeting & introducing myself” unit in our membership). The objectives: – make young …

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How raising my child in Arabic boosted my own learning

Raising my child in Arabic boosted my own learning

How raising my child in Arabic boosted my own learning ! مَرْحَباً Welcome to Arabic Seeds’ blog! This is our very first blog-post so I introduce myself a little and explain the objectives of this blog: I am Emilie, founder of Arabic Seeds, a French mom raising a multilingual child with an emphasis on Arabic. Through …

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