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Early Years Arabic: The Bingo Bismillah game

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Bingo Game

Laminate the sheets with letters (start with sheets with foll form and then work your way to the broken letters and end up with joint letters). The teacher calls out a letter and they find it and circle it on their sheets using whiteboard pens which can then be wiped and reused. At the end the class shouts out “Bingo Bismillah” together 🙂

bingo game

HM

Early Years Arabic: Match the letters

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Match the broken letters to the full form letter:

The children can get used to working out the broken letters by matching them to the full form letter. Laminate the sheet to keep it safe and usable for many years to come.

letters arabic

Early Years Arabic: Spinning letter game

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Spinning Game

Children get to spin the arrow and name the letter.

spinner

Early years Arabic: Velcro Game

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Velcro Game

There are many different variations to how this game can be played. It is true that Alphabet board are easily available online – but they can be expensive when you are buying several for your classroom. So instead why not make your own and use it in multiple ways.

alphabets

This is a bit like a jigsaw puzzle, the children have to arrange the letters in order. Once done you can ask them to point out the heavy letters or the naughty letters etc. Or you can go round the children asking them to name the letter, they get to hold on to it if they get it right and the one with the most letters at the end is the winner.

Early years Arabic: Blindfold alphabet game

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A game idea to teach Arabic alphabet recognition to the younger children.

feel letter

The children love playing this game. They wear a blindfold (or close their eyes) and guess the letter shape by feeling it. If you use textured (glittery) foam cut out into the letter shape and stuck onto smooth foam, it works really well and really makes the children think about the shape and where the dots are placed.

Early years Arabic: Lollipop stick game

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A fellow Arabic teachers of the younger years at our Islamic Saturday school has shared many of her ideas and games with me on how to teach and review the Arabic alphabets.

Here is the Lollipop sticks game:

loliipo sticks

This game is a fun way to reinforce the learning of new letters. The children are given lollipop sticks with letters (laminated and velcroed) on them corresponding to the letters they are learning that week; eg: ba, ta, tha. The teacher calls out a letter and they lift the stick they think is correct.

Assessment 2

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Here is Assessment 2 which will be used for this coming Saturday insha Allah. The first assessment was the keywords crosswords which can be found in the other posts.

This assessment tests: The definite article and detached pronouns.

Here is the free pdf of Assessment 2: definite article detached pronouns.

Assessment 2 definite article detached pronouns-page-001Let me know if you found this useful by leaving a comment below.

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HM

Demonstrative pronouns worksheet

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This Saturday, the year 10 class will be learning their attached pronouns and demonstrative pronouns. We will also be reviewing the detached pronouns. This is an activity sheet for them to complete.

It helps for them to see that they are using their knowledge of Arabic keywords to slowly translate English sentences.If they understand that they are capable of doing that – insha Allah unconsciously, they will look at new surahs and feel confident enough to translate from the Arabic text itself – by themselves.

So here is the free pdf for the demonstrative pronoun worksheet.

demonstrative worksheet-page-001

I hope you find this useful insha Allah!

HM

Arabic grammar worksheet

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So far the grammar I have taught or reviewed depending on the class and what they have been taught before is as follow:

  • The definite article
  • Detached pronouns
  • Attached pronouns
  • Demonstratives

I created the following Arabic grammar worksheet as an exercise to help review all these concepts. The lyrics are from an Islamic Arabic nasheed for children and they repeat over and over again. I want them to see that Qur’anic Arabic and the grammar I am teaching can be used to read short Arabic stories or understand songs which is more relevant at their age/stage.

So here is the nasheed:

And here is the activity that accompanies it:

hiba2-page-001

Once the students have completed the exercise, it will be a fun activity to see if they can translate the sentences using previous knowledge and some help from me. Exposing them to Arabic texts at such an early stage is beneficial for them in my opinion.

At the end of this exercise, I’ll get the class to listen to the nasheed and repeat the words.

HM

Mini foldable books for Arabic grammar

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I’ve been waiting for the opportunity to make these, and so now that Year 10 have caught up with some grammar they should have been taught a few years back – I can do a hand on activity with them.

grammar booklet 1-page-002Introducing the mini foldable book series for Arabic grammar review. I think it will make a good visual resource for revision.

arabic grammar review foldable mini book

Here is the pdf for Arabic grammar  mini foldable book

arabic grammar booklet 1-page-001Here is a video to help you with the instrctions. You only need one sheet of paper and scissors and it’s that easy! Alhamdolilah. I’m not going to give my students this pdf just yet, instead I’ll let them design their own and use my one as one to get the content from.

Hope you enjoy making this with your class or children!

HM