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Inquisitive Minds

Learning isn’t only in a classroom, this is one of the reasons I love Arabic Seeds because it makes that possible. It’s not just worksheets, but allows you to live the Arabic language by using labels to label things around the house, placemats to use while eating, games and books so even in times when you need quiet time the children can spend time benefiting and learning.

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As a student of the Arabic language…

As a student of the Arabic language and as I’m delving deeper into grammar and morphology, I can honestly say, your resources are highly underrated! The foundations you set for grammar and speech skills in Fus’ha (especially for a person who’s native tongue is not Arabic) is unmatched. I’ve yet to come across anything that is so engaging yet challenging at the same time. – feedback by a follower who asked to stay anonymous.

Umm Maymoonah

Umm Maimoonah – Homeschooler, Teacher, Curriculum designer

Arabic Seeds have truly transformed the learning of our little preschooler. Alhamdulillaah. We really love the way of presentation and the effort put into making these child friendly resources. It is pleasing to see such an initiative that does not restrict this rich language to just vocabulary and grammar only, rather it is focusing on making non-native Arabic speakers start speaking and living the language. All of the resources go so well with our Pre Kinder Curriculum Pack that we are following with the fellow homeschoolers and every child is enjoying and benefitting.

Erica Harris

Erica Harris – Homeschooling mom & photographer

Before I registered for Arabic Seeds, I relied on piecemeal finds to craft some type of Arabic curriculum. Vocab heavy but not very applied, their understanding would be fleeting since it wasn’t anchored to anything real.
Since I am SUCH a visual learner, being able to lay out everything is super helpful. The big images instead of the listing most education websites have is a lifesaver.

EezeeHomeschool Testimonial on Arabic Seeds


I love the fact that I can take out my planner and plan out our Arabic for the week from Arabic Seeds. This website is amazing it has videos, art and craft activities, daily vocabularies, whole unit studies and more! It allows me to plan so easily because everything is in one place. I love the child friendly learning approach with the halal illustration! If you’re looking for a website to help your child learn Arabic then please check out Arabic seeds.

Mindful Muslim Montessori testimonial Arabic Seeds membership

Mindful Muslim Montessori

We have been using various Arabic seed resources including their songs, books and worksheets in our classrooms. They are so interactive and fun for kids MashaAllah! All the kids are loving it Alhamdulillah! Love their subscription option!

Testimonial by Tarbiyah Outside the Box

Tarbiyah Outside The Box

When it comes to teaching my kids (and myself) Arabic I like to use a blend of videos, worksheets, and books. For videos, I usually search on YouTube and for worksheets I browse the web for what I need. When I came across Arabic Seeds I was ecstatic, because all the resources I needed were in one place, alhamdulillaah! I actually didn’t hesitate to get the yearly subscription, because it was well worth the value. We use Arabic Seeds to supplement our study of the Madinah Arabic Reader series. Maa shaa Allaah, the thematic learning approach makes it easy for us to use what we learn right away in our daily vocabulary!

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Umm Adil

” Alhamdulillah I’m glad now that you have subscription option.

I have always been a fan.

BarakaAllahu feeki for all your hard work.”

On the Blog

Emilie (Arabic Seeds)
July 30, 2016

Nature Unit: a playful Arabic Unit for little Kids

Emilie (Arabic Seeds)
July 8, 2016

Daily Tips to practice Arabic with your Kids -Part 1

Emilie (Arabic Seeds)
October 1, 2016

Teaching Arabic Letters…to Non Native Speakers