New Printable Arabic Letter Form Writing Worksheets

September 30, 2012

New Printable Arabic Letter Form Worksheets (Part 1)
 



 

Asalaam ‘Alaikum:

 

I know how much everyone has been waiting for writing practice worksheets for the Arabic letter forms (beginning – middle and end).  Well, wait no more (at least – for the first few letters – for now).  I was looking over the writing worksheets to see ways I could improve them for the kiddos when I realized I didn’t like the Arabic letter form worksheets I had made for the girls in the past.  So, I decided to spend a few minutes here and there over the past few weeks and improved them (at least, I think so).  The kids are already excited – and want to use them in their practice.  That’s definitely a good sign.  So, I thought I’d also share what I have now – with you – to see how you like it, insha’Allah.

 

Here is an example of what the pages for the beginner worksheets look like:

 

Alif - Arabic Writing Practice Worksheets

 

I currently have the following files:

Alif – Beginner Pages

Alif – Write on your own!

Alif – Written on the line

 

 

Ba - Arabic Writing Practice Worksheets

I currently have the following files:

Ba – Beginner Pages

Ba – Write on your own!

Ba – Written on the line

 

 

Ta - Arabic Writing Practice Worksheets

I currently have the following files:

Ta – Beginner Pages

Ta – Write on your own!

Ta – Written on the line

 

 

Tha - Arabic Writing Practice Worksheets

 

I currently have the following files:

Tha – Beginner Pages

Tha – Write on your own!

Tha – Written on the line

 



What you see in the above examples are just a small part of what I have made.  These are the beginning writer set.  I have also made another set of writing worksheets for more advanced writers – to help them write the letters on their own – showing only how to write the letter at the top of the page.  I have made another set that shows how to properly write the letters on the line.  The links to these and the beginner pages are below each picture.  I hope, insha’Allah, you will find them useful.  Please give feedback!

 

I am intending to post a new set of letters in a few weeks (depending on my schedule).  So far I have completed Alif through Tha.  Let me know what you think and insha’Allah keep checking back to see what’s new around here.  As I said in an earlier post, I am trying to be more active on this blog – it is a kind of retreat for me, really.  Since homeschooling can sometimes be a lonely endeavor – school has been keeping us so very busy these days (the more students you have . . .) – so being here is like having a chat with a friend and I so enjoy your company!

 

Also keep your eyes open for my next post on “Arabic Learning Materials: Make it Yourself” because I have an exciting new teaching tool to share with you.  My kiddos are EXTREMELY EXCITED about this one – and it is inexpensive – easy to make – and it really excites the kids about learning!  I have ironed out all the details – instructions, etc. and now I just need to type it all up, take the necessary pictures, and post the blog.  I will be sharing that with you soon, insha’Allah.

 

Asalaam ‘Alaikum,

Sumayyah Umm SAAK

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4 Responses to “ New Printable Arabic Letter Form Writing Worksheets ”

  1. Ahmed Chakor on October 3, 2012 at 5:08 am

    Assalaamu alaykum,

    I found the site very interesting and helpful sister.Masha Allah,may Allahu reward you for your efforts. Successful example
    jazaaki Allahu Khayran.

    Ahmed
    london

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  3. shafika on November 23, 2012 at 11:58 am

    As salaam u alaykum,
    Mashaallah sister, you are doing a good job. I need these beginning, middle and end worksheets for my kids. Please dont stop at kha. Can we have more. my child gets confused with ayn and ghayn in the middle, and also other alphabets. I think your worksheets can help. Kindly let me know when you have more worksheets. Please dont stop, sister, continue with the good work.
    Waiting for a reply from you.
    Allah hafiz
    Shafika

  4. admin on November 24, 2012 at 8:07 pm

    Asalaam ‘Alaikum Dearest Sister:

    I am glad that you are finding the materials useful. Alhumdulilah. I have been posting them when I finish making the documents. I’ve gotten a bit busy lately with the kids because I have just found out that they may be dyslexic. I am currently learning how to teach them to help with their dyslexia – I am also trying to arrange to get them officially tested (jumping through hoops, etc.) and have been trying to catch up with the lost time from school in order to learn more about dyslexia. Alhumdulilah – all is fine – but it has kept me quite busy lately and that’s why I haven’t had a chance to make more of the materials. Insha’Allah – I am thinking that I won’t be able to get to making more documents until the first of next year. Insha’Allah – then, things will have settled down a bit more for us. I do intend to finish them – though – insha’Allah – because I am also using them for my children.

    Jazak Allah Khair for your interest – and I hope (insha’Allah) that you will still be able to use the materials once I get a chance to upload them some time in January.

    Asalaam ‘Alaikum,
    Sumayyah Umm SAAK

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