Arabic books/resources for Kids of All Ages and Levels
Arabic is the language of the Quran and super important for all of us to learn and teach our kids. But it is definitely hard, and we often get busy teaching other subjects during the school year.
Summer is the perfect time for more Arabic Learning. Schools are finally out, and if your kids are anything like mine, they are complaining about being bored...
So what better cure to boredom than FUN learning (my kids are rolling their eyes at me as I say this).
I have compiled this list of Arabic resources, divided by age and level, to help you decide which resources are right for you. I know there is so much out there, but please note that my lists/recommendations are based only on items/books that I have personally tried!!
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At this age, children learn by listening and start recognizing shapes of Arabic letters. The resources are meant to be used by parents to read to their children.
Beginner Level ages 3+
At this age, children recognizing the letters. These resources contain writing/coloring exercises, as well as beginner reading to help expand vocabulary.
Middle Level: Ages 4+
At this level, kids master the letters, though they forget at times. They read a few letters/words together at a time. They are starting to recognize how letters change.
Intermediate Level: Ages 6+
At this level, kids are put Arabic letters together, know harakat, and start reading on their own, slowly. They copy Arabic words. Their vocabulary is expanding.
Advanced Level: Ages 8+
At this level, kids are starting to read more independently. They start recognizing complex harakat, and start understanding Arabic words/meanings on their own.
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These have a different Category, due to the difference between Quranic Arabic and Standard Arabic.
1. Bidaya Book
I hope these help in giving parents the motivation to teach more Arabic to their kids, or even start from the very beginning.
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