Category Archives: Arabic Numerals

Arabic charts

I came across some nice and colorful Arabic charts today:


and of course, don’t forget the “goodies” over at TJ’s Arabic department 🙂

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Posted by on April 27, 2009 in Arabic Alphabets, Arabic Numerals, Arabic Vocabulary/Spelling


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Counting by 10s, 100s and 1000s in Arabic

Posters and reading practice boards for counting by 100s and 1000s in Arabic:

math-skip-counting-by-10s (This one has a poster, reading board, writing practice and worksheet).



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Posted by on December 22, 2008 in Arabic Numerals, Arabic Worksheets


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Arabic/Hindi Worksheet

Convert from the Arabic numeral to the hindi numeral




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Posted by on December 18, 2008 in Arabic Numerals


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More on PE…..and Arabic

Just a tidbit……

Found a way to work in Arabic numeral practice into our PE today…..we counted out repetitions of our exercises  in Hindi numerals…………………………

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Posted by on December 12, 2008 in Arabic Numerals, Physical Education


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Arabic Counting Chart

Arabic-Hindi Numerals 1-20


Download: arabic-counting-chart-1to20

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Posted by on November 27, 2008 in Arabic Numerals


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Arabic Worksheets – Numerals to 20

Skip count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s to 20 in “Arabic”


What comes next worksheet:

What comes before?


Posted by on November 25, 2008 in Arabic Numerals


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Hindi Numerals File folder/Lapbook ideas

My middles and the sixes are learning their hindi numerals as part of our Arabic class.

So I am putting together a file folder pack/lapbook with lots of review activities.

Here’s a listing of what I’m working on putting in:

  • A number chart
  • A number line
  • Numeral flashcards
  • Drill cards
    • Cards with rows or stair steps of numerals for student to read.
  • Sequence cards

I make up cards with one number on it and a blank line (before, on one card and after on another card.  I laminate this and student writes the number coming before or after as indicated by the position of the blank line.

I also make up cards for a number missing in the middle.

To vary the activity, instead of writing on the card, paper number tiles or sets of objects can be placed in the correct blank.

Also, just take a set of digit cards (0 through 9) and have student put in order.

  • Dot to Dot worksheets. Print out dot to dots, white out the numerals or letters and replace with hindi numerals. Laminate. Here are some dot to dot printable pages from Kidszone
  • Numeral tracing cards. Laminated cards with dotted hindi numerals to trace.
  • Addition/subtraction cards with the hindi numerals used; laminate
  • Use two decks of digit cards (0-9) and make greater than, less than, equal cards. Student picks two cards and puts the correct card (<> or =) inbetween the two digit cards picked.




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Posted by on October 30, 2008 in Arabic Numerals, File Folder Games, Lapbooking


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