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FREEBIE: Birds Themed Pack & Craft – Arabic/English

Arabic English Bird Themed Free Activity Pack and Craft

“This is a simple, fun, and interactive way to incorporate Arabic into your children’s daily lives!” In April, I gladly collaborated with Umm Layla from “Layla’s Classroom” to create a FREE Bird-themed Pack in Arabic and English. She also shared a tutorial to make Bird Watching Binoculars with your kids. The activity pack includes: a bird journal,…

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Parent-Child: the 6 Senses Associated with Learning Arabic Together

Parent-Child- the 6 senses associated with learning Arabic together - Arabic Seeds blog- guest post

I am happy to welcome Umm Haroun from Arabically for a heartfelt post about the senses associated with learning Arabic with your child: “Growing up, my mom learnt how to read and write her native language through my school books. She could speak, but not read or write it for the longest time. Her child became her source and…

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“How I started an Arabic Playgroup” [guest post]

Today, I am glad to welcome a special guest on our blog: the mum behind the instagram account @raising_arabic_stars. In the following testimony, she speaks about how she started an Arabic playgroup with other mums in order to enhance her child’s Arabic learning:         “When my daughter didn’t get her nursery place right away at…

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Arabic Winter Freebie & DIY Snowglobe

Arabic Winter freebie and DIY snowglobe

“Learning the Arabic language does not have to be hard or boring. It can be interactive, hands on and relatable to children.” In January, I collaborated with the mums behind “The Muslimah Guide” to explain how to make an easy snow globe with your kids and to offer you a related Arabic Winter freebie (English translation…

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How to Teach Arabic to children the right way [guest post]

how to teach Arabic to children the right way - guest post - Arabic Seeds

Today, I am glad to welcome a special guest on our blog: Ohood Al-Omar, director of Al-Kawthar Learning Center, particularly providing Arabic immersion programs for children in USA (Orange county). In this article, she speaks about the challenges of teaching Arabic and the right solutions to effectively teach this language to children. It is aimed at parents, educators and…

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Fall themed Arabic Unit for Kids – Play based & Practice of the 4 Language Skills

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! مَرْحَباً In this blog-post, I am glad to suggest you a Fall-themed Unit plan based on: our 4 Fall-themed resources (mentioned in the post in orange) playful, creative and enjoyable activities, meaningful context and repetitions,  activities suitable for all kinds of learners: kinesthetic (physical), auditory, oral and visual. and the practice of the 4 skills of the language: reading, writing, listening, speaking. I already…

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Fall Creative Contest to win our new Arabic resources!

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CLOSED Today start our Fall Creative Contest! Enter to win! Every participants will win something!     How to enter the Fall Contest: ★1) Follow us on Instagram or Like our Facebook page. ★ 2) Get creative with your kids: Post on Instagram or Facebook a beautiful Fall-themed picture containing the Arabic word “الخريف”  as shown on…

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Teaching Arabic Letters…to Non Native Speakers

The best approach when it comes to teaching beginners                       Teaching Arabic to beginners in the right way with the right methodology is a primordial step toward a future successful learning. In the last past two decades, many teachers elaborated several curriculums on the topic. Nevertheless, those…

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Daily Tips to practice Arabic with your Kids – part 3

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! مَرْحَباً This is the third part of my “daily tips to practice Arabic with your kids”, where I share the tips and resources I used/use to practice Arabic with my young child from baby age; for older children, I think you can adapt and use them too. This time I will give you my tips to practice…

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DIY Eid Banner in Arabic with your Kids

DIY Eid Banner in Arabic with your kids - Arabic Seeds

! مَرْحَباً As a mother willing to pass Arabic on her child, I always try to find ways to integrate more Arabic in our daily life. Especially if you live in a non-Arabic country like us, your children are not exposed to the Arabic script in the streets, at the supermarket, on the cereals box etc…That’s why, we have to…

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