Alhamdulillah, the next instalment of my Arabic Alphabet Do-a-Dot Pages is here. 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
It’s been a while since I released a new Arabic printable. I had these Arabic Alphabet Do-a-Dot Pages done some time ago, but was trying to polish them up for public sharing. It was difficult to translate the elegant Arabic script into dots, masya Allah! They still aren’t perfect, but here you go! These Do-a-Dot
Has the Frozen fever died off in your household yet? It’s still going strong here – almost 6 months after we first watched the movie. In fact, we’re having a Frozen theme party for H’s 5th birthday next week. To celebrate the occasion, I’m offering a free printable pack of Frozen-themed alphabet and number mazes!
H and I began our Letter of the Week journey in July 2012 and concluded it in February 2013. She was 3 years and 2 months old when we started and already knew most of the letters of the alphabet and their sounds, mainly through Leapfrog DVDs and toys. Unlike many tots her age, she