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Arabic Alphabets

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Introduction

The Arabic language is the beautiful language of the Quran-e-majeed, and the Quran is the word of Allah Subhanahu which descended on the soul of Rasulullah. The principals and teachings ascribed in the Quran teach us how to live a fulfilling life in this world, and simultaneously prepare for the hereafter.

In an effort to have our children start reading and hopefully one day speaking the Arabic language, and imbibe in their hearts the barakat of the Quran, Fatemi Madrasa is pleased to present the Dawat ni Zabaan Alphabet Module. Our alphabet, is comprised of the Arabic alphabet plus a few additional letters.

The Module comprises of (1) a child friendly video in which the children can listen to the letters of the alphabet- and speak along, and (2) an interactive alphabet chart with the phonetic sounds of individual alphabets at the click of a button. (3) We have also compiled a fun coloring book of letters and pictures beginning with – each letter. (4) Lastly, we have put together an alphabet-writing practice book, in which the child can practice with dot-to-dot letters and then go on to write the letter by themselves.

Parents at home are encouraged to spend time with their little children in learning the Arabic alphabet. We hope this will open for them the doors to attain the barakat and ilm that is contained in the Holy Quran.

 
Read-along video
Play the video and let's say the alphabet together!
 
Alphabet chart with phonetic sounds
ث
ت
ب
ا
خ
ح
ج
پ
ر
ذ
د
چ
ص
ش
س
ز
ع
ظ
ط
ض
ك
ق
ف
غ
ن
م
ي
ل
ه
و
گ
 
Coloring book
Color the letter and say the name of the picture starting with the letter out loud and color it!
Click on the image to access the coloring book
 
Writing practice book
Practice writing with the dot-to-dot letters and then try writing on your own!
Click on the image to access the practice book