Specially for our newsletter subscribers, here’s a new Arabic printable for your preschoolers! These Q-tip painting cards will help your child recognise Arabic numerals for numbers 0-10, their quantities, and their number words in Arabic.
HomePlaySchool releases Part 3 in our series of Arabic Alphabet Mazes. In this post, you can find the free download for the د to ز mazes.
Here’s the next FREE printable in HomePlaySchool’s series of Arabic Alphabet Play Dough Mats! In this post, you can find the download link for the د to ض mats, as well as alternative ideas on how to use them.
Introduce your young children to Islamic history and the deen, with this compilation of more than 40 picture books for Muslim kids.
HomePlaySchool releases Part 2 in our series of Arabic Alphabet Mazes. In this post, you can find the free download for the ج to خ mazes.
HomePlaySchool releases another series of FREE Arabic printables for kids – Arabic Alphabet Play Dough Mats! In this post, you can find the download link for the ا to خ mats.
How Big is Allah? Without any expectations, and knowing nothing about the author Emma Apple, I bought this title to supplement our homeschool theme of ‘Space’ this month. The moment I flipped through the book, I was immediately impressed with the illustrations, masha Allah! Then I went to find out more about the author, and
Children of the ummah these days are lucky to have a wealth of resources to help them learn the Qur’an in interactive and meaningful ways. Alhamdulillah, here in our homeschool we’ve been enjoying our Qur’an journey, starting with Juz Amma. We’re focusing on memorisation of surahs and learning the tajweed rules at the moment. As
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This is the last in my series of Arabic Alphabet Do-a-Dot Pages. I’ve included the initial/medial form of ه (haa) in this printable, as the way it’s written is somewhat different from the isolated form. These Do-a-Dot pages are designed for preschoolers who have been introduced to the Arabic alphabet and who may not be