learn arabic printable materials Arabic alphabet worksheets for kids help kids get a handle on writing Arabic letters in each form
new series of worksheets which I hope will be of help in any small way to all kids around the world learn of Arabic the Quraan language. Each worksheet has a new skill to practice.
we hope little hands will enjoy learning of Arabic alphabets and hope they will enjoy practicing exercises they work through.
Insha Allah, worksheets will be helpful for Muslim kids anywhere in the world.
Learning the letters of the Arabic Alphabet is not as hard as you think.
Just like the English alphabet all it takes is practice. The hardest part is the sounds which don’t exist in the English language.
This means that the Arabic alphabet contains only two more letters than the English alphabet (26 letters). However, unlike English, the Arabic letters are always pronounced in the same way. In English the letter “c” is sometimes pronounced like an “s” (ceasar) and sometimes like a “k” (cucumber). Or, to take another example, “gh” is sometimes pronounced “f” (enough) and sometimes pronounced “g” (ghost). In Arabic, the letters always retain their soun