Discusses the basics of the Arabic language and provides instruction in the Arabic alphabet
The Arabic alphabet has a rich history, one that is closely linked with the development of culture and society in the Middle East. In this comprehensive introduction the authors trace the origins of the Arabic alphabet back to Aramaic, which also gave rise to the Hebrew and Greek alphabets. Using detailed illustrations the authors investigate early Arabic papyri and early Islamic inscriptions as well as classical Arabic scripts. John F. Healey and G. Rex Smith bring the story up to the present day by examining the practice of calligraphy, printing and computing in Arabic.
Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 9 x 1.5 cm. (Box) - Children have a tremendous capacity for expanding their knowledge, especially during their first six years. That's when they are most eager to learn new things, and learning and playing with flash cards is an excellent way to satisfy their natural curiosity. Arabic Alphabet Flash Cards have many special features that improve on the traditional flash card, so you can take full advantage of your child's instinctive leaning abilities.* Build your Arabic vocabulary using these flash cards.* Cards are rich in sights and come with the English transliteration with each letter.* Learning is reinforced with full-colour illustrations.* Cards are thick and durable -- children love to play with them again and again.* Appropriate for ages 4 and above.
An abundance of appealing colours, shapes, and animals populate The Arabic Alphabet Book – an educational indulgence for children aged seven and younger. Kids will enjoy colouring these lively images so much, they might not even notice that they’re learning something along the way. Better still, the activity book offers the opportunity for independent engagement for young people. Once parents set them up with instructions, children can complete the book on their own. Along the way, they’ll improve both their fine motor skills and their understanding of the Arabic language. This enjoyable pastime will also offer non-Arabic-speaking children exposure to the language for the first time. What a fun introduction!
The Arabic Alphabet: How to Read & Write: Teaching Arabic Language Ever larger numbers of people are starting to learn Arabic, while even more have some contact with the Arab world. Anyone who wishes to learn the language faces a hitherto formidable initial problem: the alphabet. This book proceeds step by step through all the letters of the Arabic alphabet, showing the sounds they stand for and how they are combined into words. Nothing essential is left out, but no unnecessary complications are added. Readers will find that progress is rapid and will be surprised at the relative ease with which they master the first steps in learning this increasingly important world language. The Arabic Alphabet: How to Read and Write It belongs on the desk of every student of the language, in the luggage of every visitor to the Middle East, in the briefcase of all business people with Arab clients, and in the back pocket of all employees of British or American companies working for a time in an Arab country. The best system to learn all the letters of the Arabic Alphabet A step-by-step guide to master the Arabic language with ease Product details Series: Teaching Arabic Language (Book 1) Paperback: 61 pages Publisher: Independently published (June 18, 2020) Language: English ISBN-13: 979-8655173842 ASIN: B08BW431NW Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches Shipping Weight: 6.2 ounces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BW431NW
This blank and lined page notebook will bring excitement to learning the Arabic Alphabet. Use the wide-ruled lined pages to practice your letters, write a story, or use at school. Fun for both children, adults and teachers, the Arabic Alphabet Notebook is ready for your notes, dreams, ideas and everything in between! 75 sheets/150 white wide-ruled blank lined pages with a colorful, glossy, flexible cover.
Do you want to perfect your handwriting? Do you need a trustworthy resource to teach your small children to trace the Arabic alphabet? Then this workbook is the perfect companion for your studies. In it, you'll find all the Standard Modern Arabic letters in the isolated, initial, medial and final form variations. Your benefits: Clear large letters make it easy to recognize even the most detailed of the Arabic characters. Detailed stroke order instructions provide you with a strong foundation to build your skills. Dedicated "Trace and Learn" sections are designed to imprint proper stroke technique unto your muscle memory. Font variations are prepared to train your brain to recognize alternative character styles easily. Simple pronunciation guidelines prevent you from feeling overwhelmed while helping you to understand the basic sound of each letter. As a bonus, for each character, you'll find extra 8.5 x 11 inches pages fully dedicated to the handwriting practice of that letter in all 4 different forms, isolated, initial, medial and final, with and without a guiding background light-gray letter. Feel free to photocopy these pages as you wish to extend the lifetime value of your workbook. Special information: As with all Lang Workbooks, this work is a labor of love. Accordingly, if you are a teacher, a student of Arabic, or homeschooling your children, then you can photocopy any part of this workbook for your own, or your students, personal use. Learning to write the Arabic script by heart has never been made easy.
My Arabic Writing Alphabet Workbook The perfect guide to start learning Arabic writing. By reading, tracing, and writing the letters, your child or any beginner will quickly memorize all the Arabic alphabet and be able to rewrite each letter in the correct way. Features: 85 Pages include all Arabic alphabet from Alif to Ya. Two pages for each letter of the Arabic language, in order to provide you with enough space to practice writing each letter in the correct way. In this workbook, you will also find a word for each letter of the Arabic language, along with an illustration for each word, in order to give you an insight on how to use Arabic letters while learning some of the names and Arabic terms.
Arabic Writing Alphabet et Coloring Workbook. Your kid will love Alif Baa Taa Arabic Alphabet Writing! This is a fun easy and simple way to teach children Arabic Alphabet. Perfect workbook to start learning to write Arabic. It includes 116 pages of exercises and coloring with step-by-step instructions. By tracing the letters, your child or any beginner will quickly memorize letters and be able to write them with punctuations on a Matte-finish cover. Advantages of this bookThe child are trained to: Learn Arabic alphabets from Alif to Ya. Learn how to trace Arabic letters. Practice step by step Arabic handwriting. Activity for kids Size 8.5"x11" White-color paper Matte Finish Cover for an elegant look and feel
Wendy's Friends Learn to Sign the Arabic Alphabet (Letters & Sounds), is a children's picture book that introduces a character for each of the 28 letters in the Arabic alphabet using Arabic Sign Language (ArSL). Multicultural, diverse, and special needs characters are featured in this book. Each character's name begins with a letter of the Arabic alphabet. "Alif (?) is for Ahmed." The beginning sound in each character's name matches the sound of the letter which helps to identify the letter phonemes (sounds). "Ahmed begins with the letter Alif (?)." The letters are introduced using a color chart which is great for visual learners. There are nine sets of letters that are shaped similarly in the Arabic alphabet. The color chart is used to point out these similarities. Signing the alphabet is an excellent method to help children master the letters quickly using a bodily-kinesthetic learning style. Signing, allows children to move as they learn. This book helps children learn to pronounce Arabic letters using easy-to-read words in English: SEEN, COUGH, CALF, LAMB, MEEM, NOON & WOW. Wendy's Friends Learn to Sign the Arabic Alphabet (Letters & Sounds) is ideal for teaching young children, as well as students with special educational needs (SEN). Use this book as a foundation to teach young children how to read Arabic. The book is ideal for anyone who wants to learn the Arabic alphabet: Alif ? - Yaa ?.
Your kid will love Alif Baa Arabic letters workbook! This is a fun easy and simple way to teach children Arabic Alphabet. About the workbook: one letter per page Trace, Learn, Write, Read, Color, and have fun. Your child will develop the motor control for writing well while also learning to recognize each letter. Beautiful coloring illustration for each letter to color and this will engage both children's right brain (creativity) and left brain (logic) skills. Come with a large print font which good for reading. helps kids of all ages to start learning letters of the alphabet and to improve their handwriting. This activity practice workbook is great for at-home learning so children can master their early learning skills. Great for Toddlers, Kindergarteners, home schooling, preschoolers, and beginners. Parents and teachers love it. Size 8.5"" x 11" suitable and convenient for kids. High-quality matte, come with the beautiful cover design.
My First Arabic Book Of Animals This modern and visually appealing Arabic picture book, can definitely teach your little child the Arabic Alphabet and help him learn his first Arabic words. Features: 30 Colorful, vibrant pages with cute animal illustrations that match each letter of the alphabets. Each word is written in Classical Arabic "Fus-ha". English Translation for each letter and word, to ensure non-native speakers can easily learn Arabic! You can take a look inside the book and you'll immediately discover how fun this "Arabic Picture book" actually is!
Do you want to learn how to write the Arabic Alphabet Letters Easily? The letters of the Arabic Alphabet are special shapes, unknown in the English language. This Arabic Writing Book is ideal for beginners to help them form and write the Arabic letters of the first level. The letters of the alphabet are special because they are written in different ways depending on where they are located in the word. In this workbook you will practice writing the basic Arabic letters. What you will find in this workbook: the 28 letters of the basic Arabic alphabet + hamza bonus guide arrows that show you how to form the letters review the different letters to better understand how they work almost blank pages, without examples, to practice independently This book is suitable for both adults and children.
Limited time special offer! The purpose of this book is to help you learn the basis of the arabic alphabet. Repeating the exercise will allow you to develop accuracy and help you visually to memorize the shapes of each arabic letter. Each writing page is preceded by an illustration to bring a fun side to learning. We hope you will enjoy this book. The book is printed on very good quality paper with a beautiful cover, easy to carry.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Arabic alphabet, Arabic chat alphabet, History of the Arabic alphabet, Romanization of Arabic, Modern Arabic mathematical notation, Arabish, Abjad numerals, Bikdash Arabic Transliteration Rules, Aljamiado, DIN 31635, ArabTeX, Kufic, Buckwalter transliteration, Qalam, Zairja, ISO 233, Hikayat Patani, Eastern Arabic numerals, Arabeyes, Arabic star, Ajami script, Kashida, Wolofal script, Arabic keyboard. Excerpt: The Arabic alphabet (Arabic: ) or Arabic abjad is the Arabic script as it is codified for writing the Arabic language. It is written from right to left, in a cursive style, and includes 28 letters. Because letters usually stand for consonants, it is classified as an abjad. The Arabic alphabet has 28 basic letters. Adaptations of the Arabic script for other languages, such as Persian, Ottoman, Sindhi, Urdu, Malay or Pashto, Arabi Malayalam, have additional letters, on which see below. There are no distinct upper and lower case letter forms. Many letters look similar but are distinguished from one another by dots () above or below their central part, called . These dots are an integral part of a letter, since they distinguish between letters that represent different sounds. For example, the Arabic letters transliterated as and have the same basic shape, but has one dot below, and has two dots above, . Both printed and written Arabic are cursive, with most of the letters within a word directly connected to the adjacent letters. There are two main collating sequences for the Arabic alphabet: The order is not a simple historical continuation of the earlier north Semitic alphabetic order, since it has a position corresponding to the Aramaic letter /semkat, yet no letter of the Arabic alphabet historically derives from that letter. Loss of was compensated for by the split of shin into two independent Arabic...
Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognize letters and common words in Arabic script. Whether you're traveling the want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Arabic and want to master the basics, this is the book for you. In this book you will find: An introduction to Arabic script Practice activities to help you recognize each letter of the alphabet Helpful mnemonics to help you remember the shape of each letter Accompanying audio files, so you know how to pronounce letters and words Handy tipes to help you decipher common and familiar words
Your child will love the Trace And Practice The Arabic Letters: This is a fun, easy and simple way to teach children the Arabic alphabet.About the workbook: One letter and a word synonymous with it on every pageTrack, learn, write, read, color and have fun.Comes with big font for reading.It helps children of all ages to start learning the alphabet and improving handwriting.This Doing Activity book is great for learning at home so that children can master early learning skills.Size 8.5 x 11 in is suitable for children. (86 pages)Learn how to write in Arabic. Repeating the exercise will develop your accuracy and help you to visually memorize the shapes of the Arabic alphabet.This book focuses only on writing the basic Arabic alphabet, Which makes it ideal for beginners
Why is this book different to the others? How many boring Arabic alphabet books have adults written for children in an attempt to make learning this new and strange script easier? Perhaps you have a dusty shelf of generations of unsuitable books. But, this stops now! This book combines children's unique ability to remember the fun and the bizarre. It takes the Arabic letters and associates a relevant, yet unusual phrase with them to build long term memory and all round enjoyment for learning Arabic. What are the main ideas behind the book? As a passionate children's Arabic teacher, with over 60 current students, I used all of the creativity and imagination that my 4-11 year olds could muster to build this original and fun book for learning the Arabic alphabet. Children are often more aware of what helps them learn than what we give the credit for and too often do teachers, in their 40s assume the learning preferences of 6 years olds. However, in this book I have empowered my aspiring Arabic language scholars among my private students and those I teach at my own Arabic language centre to put forward their ideas and build this book together!