Last term, Class 4 covered the following Arabic reading and writing topics:
- Alif Maqsurah
- Suspended Alif
- Natural Madd – Alif, Waw and Yaa
Class 4’s teacher sent the following reading and writing pack home to help parents make revision with their children over the Winter break an easier task. Each student had to complete the worksheet under parental supervision.
I’ve been uploading the worksheets individually and thought it might also be useful to upload one Pdf with all worksheets together to make printing a little easier (double sided copying for example).
Click on the image below to download the Pdf
Here is a worksheet to help review possessive pronouns (attached pronouns). It helps students to identify the possessive in the English sentence and then translate that into the Arabic pronoun they have been taught.
I’m using this worksheet with students who need more revision on this topic and this worksheet inshallah will give them the chance to review them in a format that isn’t my usual table format.
Hope you find this worksheet useful inshaAllah
Here is a worksheet that was used in Class 6 as a test to revise topics they had learnt in Arabic class. Topics include: Keywords of Surah al-Fatiha, al-Falaq, al-Ahad and al-Nas, joining rules, arabic handwriting practice (writing the basmalah) and the sun and moon letters.
This worksheet is a glimpse at how Arabic is taught at my school i.e. mainly using short surahs/juzz Amma as a basis for learning Arabic handwriting and grammar, as well, and most importantly for learning the meaning/tafsir behind the short surahs.
I hope you find this worksheet useful inshaAllah.
This Arabic worksheet on the topic of Alif Maqsurah gives an explanation and short exercises to give the student the chance to apply the knowledge via reading and writing practice.
Click HERE to download a copy of the worksheet on Alif Maqsurah
Hope you find this worksheet useful insha Allah.
Here is a worksheet to review the suspended Alif. It is part of the basic Arabic reading and writing worksheets. I hope it comes in handy when teaching your students.
Download the worksheet on suspended alif HERE
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Here is a worksheet to review Shaddah with students. Using mini whiteboards is a fun and easy way to teach reading, writing and listening of basic Arabic grammar concepts. It works well in the classroom and helps when trying to informally assess students in their mastery of a particular grammar rule.
Download the Shaddah worksheet HERE
I hope you find this worksheet useful iA.
Here is a good hands-on activity to help students review Subject pronouns in Arabic. It is a match up activity and can be used in a variety of ways.
An example would be to set up a competition in the class to see how fast students can match up the pronouns to their meaning. When we played this game, the kids had so much fun and I loved seeing them enjoying Arabic so much alhamdolillah.
I printed out enough for each child to use and laminated both the mat and the cut outs to allow me to use this resource across the school. I now wish I had printed it double sided to save paper but it works out fine either way.
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