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Learn Arabic! Have Fun! - Arabic Alphabet Activity Book: Level 1 (Black/White Edition) By Alia Khaled - Get Your Copy Now $14.95 - Also available at Amazon.com

This Level 1 Arabic Alphabet Activity Book aims to introduce the Arabic alphabet to non-Arabic-speaking children age 3 – Performing the.

Learn Arabic! Have Fun! - Arabic Alphabet Activity Book: Level 1 (Black/White Edition) By Alia Khaled - Get Your Copy Now $14.95 - Also available at Amazon.com

This Level 1 Arabic Alphabet Activity Book aims to introduce the Arabic alphabet to non-Arabic-speaking children age 3 – Performing the.

The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final). http://www.sakkal.com/Arab_Calligraphy_Art1.html

The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final).

This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

arabicway: This drawing shows where the sounds should come out from when you pronounce the Arabic letters.

Free printable arabic alphabet bingo game                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Here you'll find free printables where I've used cliparts to make things useful for teaching/learning the Arabic language. As usual, these printables are only available for non-commercial use.

Worksheets: How to Write in Arabic: Ba

Arabic Alphabet: Bā’

Kids learning how to write in Arabic can practice writing the letter "ba" with this cool worksheet that also helps them build their Arabic vocabulary.

Learn to Speak and Understand Arabic Like a Native, While Cutting Your Learning…

nice but Hello written there in arabic reads Marhabah (ahlan is another way to say hello, but not written that way) & Welcome as they wrote in Arabic reads Tarheeb