I’ve got some new Arabic worksheets at TJ Arabic Studies… for attached Arabic pronouns (attached to nouns to show possession). If interested, you can check them out here: http://tjarabicstudies.blogspot.com/2011/06/attached-possessive-pronouns.html
Category Archives: Arabic Worksheets
We’ve started studying past verbs in Arabic and I made a few worksheets for our study. You can find them at TJ Arabic: http://tjarabicstudies.blogspot.com/2011/05/verbs-in-arabic-past-tense.html
Each worksheet shows the rule for conjugating for the particular person, number, and gender and then gives practice in conjugating with words.
Its been a few months since I have added materials to the main site.
I’ve added some Arabic items today:
Arabic Color Word worksheets: Student writes the appropriate Arabic color word to match the color of the objects shown. There are six worksheets available (same format).
For my four year old, I put together an Arabic color word powerpoint for the word “green” in Arabic. It has a mini lesson, drills, games and printable worksheets. Insha Allah, as we progress through the colors, I hope to make more. It is probably suited well for students Pre-k to 1st or 2nd insha Allah (those who aren’t yet reading Arabic).
Hope you find them helpful. I am also working on several other Arabic color word worksheets of different formats and hope to post those soon, insha Allah.
Speaking of Arabic PowerPoints, I ran across dozens of them for younger students here at Arabic Bits:
http://theclassicalmommy.com/arabicbits.html (numbers, colors, sentences, vocabulary, phrases, etc).
Stumbled upon this site with 70 or so worksheets/teaching materials
They are not super high quality, but may still be helpful. I was excited to find them.
Insha Allah, I am working on some of my own worksheets based upon our Arabic studies, which, ALHAMDULILLAH, are going really well for my 4 “middles.” We’ve worked with the short vowels and are now currently on sukoon.