Teaching Arabic Letters with Push Pins

Here is a simple activity to reinforce the Arabic alphabet while working on fine motor skills! This simple activity can be modified to teach many other concepts! What you need: Plastic or foam plates Large push pins Tissue paper Permanent marker Tape Tape the tissue paper on the foam plates and write the Arabic letter […]

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99 Names of Allah Decals Part 1: 1 to 24

Many of us can think of teachers we had in the past that have had a significant impact on us. Whether it was the way they taught us or the way they treated us, there was something special that stood out and made them memorable. This post is dedicated to one of our teachers who […]

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Arabic Alphabet Activity

Have some magazines or old workbooks lying around the house? Use it as an opportunity to practice the alphabet! Here is an idea to inspire a craft for your kids/students to reinforce the Arabic letters and learn some new words! Simply have your child identify a picture, cut it out, and glue it next to […]

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Ka’ba Popsicle Stick Craft

Here is a fun and easy Ka’ba craft idea that can be done when learning/teaching about: Eid Al-Adha, Prophet Ibraheem, letter ك (kaf), salah, Surat Al-Feel. It can also be done during a salah party, Taraweeh Club, art class at the masjid, Sunday School, and more… What you will need: 12 Jumbo Popsicle Sticks 2 […]

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**GEM** Six Types of Sadaqa (Charity) & Audio STORY!!

When people think of sadaqa, the first thought that usually comes to mind is giving money. Here is a beautiful hadeeth about sadaqa that demonstrates and teaches us the that one can give Sadaqa (charity) in different ways. This hadeeth can be taught all at once, or it can be broken down into two or […]

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Chica Chica Boom Boom in ARABIC!

Yes! Let’s add a twist to the classic book Chica Chica Boom Boom! Bring the tree to life in your home or classroom. It serves as a great motivator to add a new letter once your child has learned it! We recommend you cut and laminate each letter for durability! Here are the Arabic Letters […]

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Arabic Days of the Week

Whether you are learning or teaching the days of the week in Arabic, here are some resources that would be very useful! Use #1: Flashcards Use the flashcards around the house or in a classroom. Attach Velcro or magnet strips to the back and reference them daily. Have your child/student take responsibility for changing and […]

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