How to teach children the Arabic alphabet in a funny way.
Children aren’t like adults in the style of learning. It is hard to know which is the most suitable way that works for them, and they usually tend to get bored easily
To give them material as hard as the Arabic alphabet, you should implement some special and funny ways that suit most children.
And for the Arabic alphabet, I have inserted some of the ways, plus some free resources to teach them while they are enjoying their time.
Teach the Arabic alphabet with visual resources:
Download these Arabic alphabet posters with animal or object visuals and hang them up around their classroom. Make coloring cards or sheets for animals or other objects that your children like that begin with the letter you are teaching and have the kids color them.
Teach the Arabic alphabet with games:
Kids don’t like to sit down for a long period of time. Try to teach them Arabic letters in games, like you say “alef”, your kid should say a word starts with “alef”; the other kids say another word… etc. You can be creative with the games and the roles. Also the type of games.
Help your kids memorize the alphabet with songs:
Kids love to sing, and singing the Arabic letters helps the kids to memorize the songs better.
Don’t forget to have fun.
Kids already go to school five days a week and have all sorts of homework to do. One must be careful to not make the kids hate coming to Arabic classes. Make your lessons fun. Find good English lesson plans and try to modify that to an Arabic lesson plan.