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Introduction to Arabic for Kids – Level 1

  • Hold a pencil, marker, crayon correctly

  • Concepts of print: right to left direction

  • Recognize, spell, write first name in Arabic.

  • Exposure to Arabic alphabet: letter names and sounds

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Numbers 1-10

  • Colors

  • Days of the week

  • Repeat simple nursery rhymes

  • Participate in movement songs and dances

  • Develop fine motor skills: play dough, scissors, painting, and drawing

  • Use computer (find each Arabic letter on the keyboard and type it)

Intermediate Arabic for Kids – Level 2

  • Recognize, spell, write first name in Arabic.

  • Recognize and identify all letter names and sounds.

  • Differentiate between similar sounding letters.

  • Recognize the Arabic letters at the beginning, middle and end of the word.

  • Recognize the alphabet with fatha, kasrah, dhammah and sukuun

  • Reading the letters with ( Alef , waw , yaa)

  • Begin reading with connecting the letters to form words

  • Write and read simple Arabic words

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Build listening skills

  • Numbers 1-20

  • Colors

  • Days of the week

  • Identify shapes (circle, rectangle, square, and triangle)

  • Repeat simple nursery rhymes

  • Participate in movement songs and dances

  • Participate in dramatic play

  • Develop fine motor skills: play dough, scissors, painting, drawing

  • Explore the world with the five senses

  • Practice using manners: greeting, please, thank you.

  • Use computer (connect the letters on the keyboard to make small words)

Advanced Arabic for Kids – Level 3

  • Know the Arabic letters at the beginning, middle and end of the word

  •          Recognize the alphabet with fatha, kasrah, dhammah and sukuun, tanween    and differentiate between its different types; know how to pronounce it

  • Identify the moon letters and the sun letters.

  • Writing the hamza on (alef, waw, yaa)

  • Read and write Arabic words.

  • Read Arabic sentences.

  • Write complete sentence.

  • Talk about the meaning of the words and learn new words through

  • classroom experience.

  • Build listening skills

  • Draw pictures and dictate sentences about stories and experiences

  • Answer questions about stories

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Ask and answer simple questions

  • Use vocabulary related time and chronology, including before, after, next,

  • first, and last

  • Speak with a purpose, using variety of vocabulary words to tell about

  • ideas, feelings, and experiences

  • Numbers 1-100

  • Colors.

  • Sizes: small, medium, large

  • Shapes Identify shapes (circle, rectangle, square, and triangle, etc.).

  • Same and Different

  • Days of the week

  • Weather and seasons

  • Explore color mixing painting.

  • Use the five senses to make observations and discoveries

  • The body parts.

  • The family members.

  • Recognize words with opposite meanings and similar meanings

  • Participate in dramatic play

  • Practice using manners: greeting, please, thank you, excuse me.

  • Use computer (type Arabic words, sentences)

  • Use the Internet to explore kid‐friendly websites in Arabic