Tag Archives: arabic printables

Early Years: Arabic handwriting

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New  printable on the Arabic letters with a head and body. It is a good resource  for Arabic handwriting practise.

Letters with Head and Body-page-001

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Early Years: Letters in the beginning and the end

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Sister Abeer, a fellow Arabic teacher at Al Barakah school has given me permission to publish her Arabic printables. Alhamdolillah. So the following posts will be her work unless stated otherwise.

Here is the first worksheet that covers

beginning and end table-page-001

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Early years: recap worksheet

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This is the worksheet I used for my year 4 class several years ago. It covers the rules they were learning at the time:

  • Arabic alphabet handwriting
  • Long vowels, short vowels
  • Madd
  • Sukoon

Here’s the pdf for the above: Recap worksheet pdf

recap sheet arabic-page-001

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Early years: Surah al-Nas and Surah al-Falaq activity

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A few years back I used to teach Year 3 who were learning Surah al-Nas and Surah al-Falaq masha Allah.

Here is one of the worksheet I handed out to the class. I hope you find it useful insha Allah.

Why should I read Surah Nas and Surah Al Falaq? pdf

Why should I read Surah Nas and Surah Al Falaq-page-001

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Arabic root words activity

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Here’s another activity to review the Arabic root word system and the concept that words are created out of three root letters (basic level understanding).

Arabic Verb Roots activity pdf

verb root activity-page-001

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Present Tense Arabic activity

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Here is an activity to review the Present Tense in Arabic. The girls will get to a stage inshallah where they will be able to translate conjugated verbs like this. Here is the pdf to use in your classroom.

Arabic Present Tense activity pdf

present tense fb-page-001

I hoe you find this activity useful insha Allah. Any comments or suggestions are most welcome! Please like the Arabic adventures FB page. Thank you!

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Arabic verb roots activity

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The latest grammar rule I introduced to the Year 8s was the Arabic verb root system. Telling them that if they learnt this correctly, they would know 50% of Arabic seemed to do the trick. For me to have even gotten their attention after teaching them 6 grammar rules already was a massive deal. But Allah made things easy for me alhamdolillah!

I introduced the 3 Arabic verb roots as 3 roots of a tree. The fruit the tree has are the words that can be made out of the three roots. Obviously, it will take many more lessons to even get 50% of the class to grasp this weird and wonderful language concept.

Here is an activity I created to help the girls grasp an idea that we talked about related to the Arabic verb system: words are created using the three root letters and additional letters.

Facebook Arabic verb root system activity pdf

facebook arabic verb roots-page-001

facebook arabic verb roots-page-002

I hope you enjoy using this activity with your class insha Allah!

HM