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 writing yet (pre-writers). By filling in the dots, they gain visual recognition of Arabic letters as well as the correct stroke order of writing them. Encourage the child to start with the dot with a star in it.
Don’t limit yourselves to only Do-A-Dot markers! You can use magnets, stickers, pom poms, or virtually any other manipulative your child enjoys.
Download the FREE Arabic Alphabet Do-a-Dot Pages (ل to ي) printable here.
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