ARABIC PHONICS SERIES I
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What is the Arabic Phonics Series about?
The ARABIC PHONICS SERIES I, focuses on short vowels, otherwise called “harakat” and learning the consonant and short vowel sound combinations!
Tell me more about the packets in ARABIC PHONICS SERIES I
CV Mastery: is designed to offer a fun and engaging way to practice short vowel (harakat) sounds by paying attention to and being able to distinguish how letter sounds change as a result of the vowel they carry to form words.
CV Practice: Helps little learners improve on their encoding and decoding skills by segmenting, blending and writing out the sounds they hear which will help build their confidence when reading. It focuses on learning to listen for vowel sounds in words.
Segment and Blend Cards: Help build phonemic awareness and fluency by allowing beginning/struggling readers to identify the beginning, middle, and ending consonant/vowel combination sounds in words
Sound Choice: The Sound Choice Cards requires the child to color in the correct beginning, middle or ending consonant/vowel combination sound for each picture shown.
Sound Mastery: Short Vowel Sound Mastery contains posters and puzzles that can be used as a starting point for teaching harakat. The puzzles help to break down how the vowels are added to the consonants forming CV (consonant vowel) sounds. And the posters serve as a helpful reference in learning the new concept!
Sound Match Up: Is a true hands-on phonics activity that will help you teach little learners consonant/vowel letter recognition and consonant/vowel sound association
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Consonant/Vowel Mastery *Available*
Consonant/Vowel Practice *Available*
Segment and Blend *Available*
Sound Choice *Available*
Sound Mastery *Available*
Sound Match Up *Available*
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I am a non-native Arabic speaker whose aim is to teach my kids to learn to read the Arabic language in order to be able to read the Qur'an. The resources that I make do not necessarily use modern everyday vocabulary used in the Arabic language, as much as some words used are common day-to-day vocabulary, some of the words are also tougher older words that are not used nowadays and some are Qur'anic (root) words. In our Arabic journey I do not discount any Arabic word, I am not too concerned about whether it's used frequently or not, so long as it is an Arabic word and most importantly, so long as it used in the Qur'an. Please keep this in mind before making any purchase especially if you're looking for Arabic resources with easy common words used in Modern Arabic.