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.
Brave is one of my favourite Disney Princess movies. It was so refreshing to have a princess who lived a purposeful and fulfilling life without needing a man to come and rescue her. And thus this printable pack came to be. I was working on it for a long while, and finally it’s now available
This printable is a replica of my Arabic Numbers 1-10 Butterfly-Themed Flashcards, with traceable fonts. Each flashcard is approximately A5-sized. You may scale them down for printing via your printer settings dialog. I suggest printing out on cardstock or thicker paper and then laminating them so they can be used with dry-erase/whiteboard markers and reused
Inspiration struck after I rediscovered a set of colourful butterfly clip art in my collection recently. I present to you another FREE printable: Arabic Numbers Butterfly-Themed Flashcards! Each flashcard is approximately A5-sized. You may scale them down for printing via your printer settings dialog. I suggest printing out on cardstock or thicker paper and laminating
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!
Midway through her Nursery year in preschool, H started singing a song about the days of the week, which she learnt in school. I realised that her school had started to casually introduce the days of the week through songs. Of course, the homeschooler in me couldn’t resist taking this a step further. I decided
Here’s another free printable to supplement the other materials we have on Arabic numerals. These worksheets can be used to assess your child’s recognition of Arabic numerals up to ٢٠. It’s very simple to use – you call out a number and the child marks the corresponding circle using a Do-a-Dot marker or anything else
We’ve been doing more math in our homeschool lately, something I was neglecting ever since we started focusing on learning to read. So I made these apple-themed Arabic number mats for H, who has been introduced to numerals up to ١٠ so far but doesn’t know them as well as her 123s. These number mats
If you found our Arabic Numbers 1-10 Do-a-Dot Pages useful, you’ll be glad to know the next printable in the series is here – Arabic Numbers 11-20 Do-a-Dot Pages! These Do-a-Dot pages are designed for preschoolers who have been introduced to Arabic numbers and who may not be writing yet (pre-writers). By filling in the
I’m very happy to be announcing the release of HomePlaySchool’s first printable – Arabic Numbers 1-10 Do-a-Dot Pages! Since discovering Do-a-Dot art for our homeschool, I’ve been searching online for Arabic Do-a-Dot printables – in vain. So I got down to work creating some of my own, also with the intention of sharing it on