Friday, April 29, 2016

How to Give your Arabic Playground Flashcards a Professional Look

So you hopped on the Arabic Playground bandwagon! Ahlan wa Sahlan! Welcome! The best thing about downloadable flashcard is unfortunately the exact worst thing. Yes they are downloadable files that you can easily print but they are still easily damaged from constant use. (Yes, once you discover all the fun ways to use them you will end up including them in your daily schedule and you will notice the tear and wear damage). early on, I decided to properly preserve the flashcards by giving them a professional look.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Colors in Arabic: Teaching Your Kids At Any Age

If you read my previous post, you already know that I am going to blog about some products from Arabic Playground that I use to teach my daughter Arabic language. I will give you my honest opinion because I had a very hard time finding good products and when I do, I love to share this information with other parents who are committed to teaching their kids Arabic Language. It is hard enough finding the time to teach them Arabic and convincing to be on board, who really needs useless products that would put halt to "Arabic Learning"operation. 

I will start with the Arabic Playground Colors Flashcards. The Flashcards cover 11 most used colors: red, yellow, blue, black, white, pink, purple, orange, green, brown and grey.

The flashcards are divided into 3 main categories. Each category focuses on a skill that the child will master by the end of each set. Arabic Playground follows the same teaching/learning methodology in all their flashcards and it is one of my favorite feature about Arabic Playground. Each category focuses on one of the following skills:

Monday, April 11, 2016

10 Things I love About Arabic Playground

My search for resources to teach my daughter Arabic language is an ongoing process and can frankly become obsessive. I have to admit that I spend a sizable chunk of my time looking for new tools and ways to make it as fun and efficient as possible with the highest learning quality. I am a firm believer in learning through play and engaging sensory and motor skills to engrave the information in the brain.