This is a fun 10 minute reading and writing activity to consolidate joining letters into words with Fatha. You will need small whiteboards for the learners or their exercise books.
This can be taught with or without the PPT (visual aid) showing each word or sounding out (listening activity ) each word. The learners will need a Joining Arabic Alphabets Mat to help them remember the forms.
Book of Arabic Phrases for reading, colouring and writing.
1. Asking and finding out personal information
c. How are you?
d. Where are you from?
e. Bye! See you later!
2. Asking about favourite things.
a. What’s your favourite colour?
b. What’s your favourite animal?
3. Asking, 'How many?'
a. How old are you?
b. How many sweets?
c. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
Alif Letter Recognition and Formation is an activity to help learners consolidate the three letter forms of Alif by colouring, drawing and finding the letter in each form. This is available with a powerpoint to help learners identify the letter easily.
Arabic Phonics Phases Guideline. I have divided Arabic reading levels into 10 phases for beginners. This sheet gives you guideline of each level. The Arabic Assessment sheet is required with this sheet.
Arabic Letter Ba Formation with activities to strengthen the learners ability to recognise and form the four forms of the letter Ba. Activities include colouring, matching, tracing and learning a word associated with the letter.