Arabic Alphabet Practice

The Littles have been doing alot of work on their arabic so I thought I would put together and interactive arabic alphabet board for them. I have found that in the past, activities for the kids learning projects work really well. Hands on fun!

This is the entire board.

I made this board by using cardboad that i recycled from things I bought around the house or you can buy posterboard and use that.

I then printed the letters out in black and glued them onto cardboard. while i waited for those to dry i glued colored paper to the cardboard.

I used a utility knife to cut the letters out and used cut popsicle sticks or craft sticks to the letters that had pieces to them or you can use toothpicks.

I bought adhesive velcro dots and adhered them to each letter. For the board part I first put clear packing tape in the areas where I was going to place the velcro so when I pulled it off and on it wouldn't tear the paper. I did the same for the back of each letter as well.

Here is the board where you can see the velcro dots.

Here are the letters

Here is where my 3 year old is using the board!

They all are enjoying our board now!

I even took it a step further ( you know me) and made the vowels for more practice!

This was a very time cosuming project that my zawj had suggested. I did one a few years back but it was a little more simple and ended up not being interactive. After having that one up for as long as I did, I decided to redo and revamp and it was so well worth the time. I am loving how much the kids are using it! Masha Allah.

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Unknown said...

As salaamu 'alaikum Sis,

MashaALLAH, the patience you must have! May ALLAH make things easy for you and your family, (AMEEN).

Take care,

UmmSara said...

assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi,

MashaAllah, very nice. It does seem like a time consuming project, but as you said kids are enjoying and learning something useful alhamdulillah.

I liked the idea of making vowels. My 3,5 old is practicing how to read with vowels and I'm quite sure he would have loved to work with your board : )

Jazakhillahu khayr for sharing sister,
assalamu alaikum

Umm Khalil said...

Assalaamu alaikum Sis, JazakiAllahu Khairan for this wonderful site! Would you happen to have these letters on file? I would like to print them. Thanks!

Sbb1 Wellness said...

As salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu,

Masha allaah, how creative and wonderful! May Allaah reward you for all the work you put into that project ameen. It's awesome to see their little hands enjoying the interaction.

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