My husband created these nice little Arabic folders with the kids when he first started teaching them the Arabic alphabet and “tashkeel” (vowels). These worksheets are available for free download from the Calgary Islam website (Women and Kids section).
They created a single book together which has individual colouring pages for each letter of the alphabet.
They made their own individual handwriting books which teach the letters of the alphabet and have a colouring picture with the name written underneath in Arabic to teach the sound of each letter.
This page teaches the letter Alif. This letter begins the Arabic word Asad meaning ‘lion’.
The letter Jeem begins the Arabic word Jubnah meaning ‘cheese’.
Samira also made a similar folder for her Arabic hand-writing sheets.
The letter Baa begins the Arabic word BaTah meaning ‘duck’