We are close to ending our journey of English letter crafts. During the process, I found crafting has helped my kids learn their letters and phonics so much faster. It turned out that my kids are so engrossed and engaged in crafting the letters that they are automatically learning them.
This discovery has made me wondered if I could do the same with Arabic letters too? and then maybe with Urdu letters – since I want to raise bilingual or maybe trilingual kids insha Allah – teaching them multiple languages would be much easier once they have a good grasp of their letters.
Letters Crafting has also helped them gain their vocabulary. My kids are always asking for the urdu/arabic/english alternative word of things, and they are learning them very quickly too.
I also noticed that we have such lack of resources and creative ways to teach Arabic letters to kids, therefore, with the help of Allah, we are starting Arabic letters crafts too.
Alif for Allah
Alif for Ammi
Alif for Asad
Alif for Arnab