Saturday, 1 November 2014

Everyday Arabic Book 1 - Colors

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

According to Taalib Al-Ilm Educational Resources, here is a brief description of this book.

"This simple words book has images of children’s toys along with their colors in both English and Arabic in color coded sentences.
It also includes activity pages to test  what you have learned with black and white coloring book pages"

The cover of this book is simple and attractive and the touch of it is smooth too. Level of the book is basic still makes the kids learn important vocabulary. The sentences and words repeats through all 46 full colour pages, making it fun for kids who are learning to read arabic. And keeps the little one attentive when you are reading it aloud to them and eventually they would pick up the sentences as they keep hearing you read aloud!

And Alhamdulillaah in the new prints the fonts have been changed to one more readable font and that actually matches that used for reading the Qur’aan and books of knowledge.

It is colour coded for both Arabic and English and the older kids will quickly pick up the meaning of each word by themselves.

We have been enjoying reading this book. Maimoonah reads this book by herself and sometimes asks me to read it aloud to her. It really helps you to pick up sentences to be used in Arabic like "I see" What colours do we see? Point to them and show me, other than just learning the words for different colours. This is what is really benefitting us Alhamdulillaah! 

Kids can get into groups and ask each other questions in Arabic using some real things with different colours as the sentences rhyme and the kids usually like rhyming sentences.

The end of the book has a couple of colouring activities for the kids to do with instructions.

This book could be purchased here for a very reasonable price Inshaa Allaah

Other than the above you can use your own creativity and come up with different activities for the kids to do along with reading this book. Colours are just awesome to  do just about any activity. You can paint, simply colour, or even make colourful play dough. Older kids can do some science experiments with colours. There are plenty of activities with instruction on the net that you can do for Colours. I have listed few links below. (please avoid any unislamic materials from the sites below)

Colour Activity Links to explore

What other ways can you think of using this simple yet beneficial book of Colours! Share your comments below and watch out for the GIveaway post after we finish reviewing all 8 books Inshaa Allaah!


Homeschool Diary said...

Asalamualaikum. Mashallah this book looks great!!! Can't wait to see the rest in the set.

Madrasa Aaminah said...

Assalamu Alaykum. Masha Allah a wonderful book to play among siblings,where the elder one can read and the rest can find out anything of that color. the first to find can be the winner.Awesome pack to learn with fun.

Umm Maimoonah said...

Alaikum salaam sisters

Jazzaakumullaah for dropping by and sharing your thoughts. Spread the word Inshaa Allaah. Baarakallaah Feekum

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