We have developed fun and interactive games to teach the basics of the Arabic language, following the Islamic rules when creating our toons and graphics. Our games introduce each letter of the Arabic alphabet one-by-one, giving children lots of practice in recognising and pronouncing each letter correctly.
100 pages jam-packed with flashcards, games, colouring pages, stories, mazes, bookmarks, posters, cut-outs and much more, giving children an amazing experience while learning the Qur an.
We offer one-to-one online classes using our unique program to teach children how to read and understand the Qur’an in the easiest, quickest and funnest way possible.
We created a set of FREE downloadable eBooks, which combined with the online games, aims to teach children how to recite the Qur an with love, confidence and to have a basic understanding of what they read.
We Aim To Teach Our Children In the Best Way for The Reward of Allah Subhaanahu Wa Ta’ala
To Teach the Qaidah
The Qaidah is a book used by all beginners to teach them the phonics of the Arabic language including the alphabet and vowels such as fathah, dhammah and kasrah. It is the first and essential stepping stone to reading the Qur’an.
To Teach Writing
Writing is an important part of learning any language. There are a number of tracing and writing games along with worksheets to enable children to familiarise themselves with the shapes of the letters and to learn the correct way to write them.
To Teach Vocabulary
This program focusses on the vocabulary aspect more than any other program because we believe children are like sponges; they are able to absorb many words in a short space of time, especially from repetition. Each lesson covers at least four new words which are used in the Qur’an.
To Teach Sight Words
Sight words are the common words which occur in the Arabic language. They are taught to be read by sight rather than sounded out phonetically and are essential to building fluency and confidence in reading Arabic. The words in this program have been carefully chosen because of their high occurrence in the Qur’an and general Arabic.