Easy Steps To Arabic Writing

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Easy Steps to Arabic WritingPrepared By Mai Abdelsalam

AFun with tracing:Trace the shapes. If you don’t see an arrow to assist you with directions startsat the top of your right hand side down. Remember that Arabic is written from right to left.Have Fun

Fun with tracingB

About this book:CBefore each writing practice page there is a “what’s Next” box that shows the shapes of letters innext page. Students should trace the dotted line many times till they feel comfortable. If a part of thedotted line has more filling, it means that letter formation requires tracing that part twice (up anddown / back and forth etc depending on letter’s formation). A blue arrow is provided to show thedirection of forming the letters in this activity.For writing practice, student should start at the dot and follow to end at the arrow.Please make sure your child adds the proper dot(s) to letters. Writing practice and tracing activitieswill vary depending on letter’s formations.The dotted lines are available to assist students with tracing. They are shaped closest formation ofletters. Some letter (like letter Haa) takes more effort to write. Be patient and give your child a breakif it is too difficult, then allow another trial again later.Student should break away “left his / her hand to finish forming a letter” only if it is necessary. Thereare review pages after every group of letters, be creative and have fun with your child. Tashkeelpractice is offered with some words as well.What’s Next

Writing Practice:7. TracePage. 16.write5.Trace4.trace3. Write2. Trace1. Trace

ReviewMatch the first letter of each word2Trace each word and write it once.Write these letters in order from Alif to Kha.

Review3Use the letters to make a word;Match the lettersCopy the letters from other side

4Read the words then mach the underlined letter in each word.What’s Next

Writing Practice7. Trace56.write5.Trace4.trace3. Write2. Trace1. Trace

Review61. Copy these letters, then underline 3 letters that make a strong sound.2. Circle and write the 5 letters that don’t connect to following letter in a word.3. Write a different formation for each letter;

Review:Fill in the missing letters.7Fill in the blanks with the letter formation at the end of the word. Baa is done for you.Fill in the blanks with letter formation at the end of the word. Dal is done for you.

Review:Use the letters to make a word;What’s Next8

Writing Practice5.Trace94.Write3.Trace2.Trace / Write1.Trace

ReviewWrithe the missing lettersMatch the letters10

ReviewRead each word and trace it. Then match the underlined letters.What’s Next11

12Writing Practice7. Trace6.write5.Trace4.trace3. Write2. Trace1. TraceTo write letter Haa, start at the red dot. Trace the red line then continue with the blue line. Enjoytrace

ReviewFill in the blanks with letter formation at the beginning of the wordFill in the blanks with letter formation in the middle of the word13

Fill in the blanks with letter formation at the end of the wordWrite the 7 letters that make a strong sound.Write the 5 letters that don’t connect to letters following them in the same word.Write the 3 Madd letters14

Writing with Tashkeel Practice:15In books written in Arabic you will find Shadd on top or under the letter depending on itsTashkeel. However; in the Holly Quraan script, Shadd appears on top of the letter regardlessto its Tashkeel. Basic Tashkeel is introduced in Kg. The extra Tashkeel in this final writingreview (such as Shadd) is just for writing practice purpose. This activity is to prepare studentsfor a better Tajweed reading. Students in Kg are not expected to be able read words withSukoon, Shadd or Tanween.On top of LetterPracticeUnder letterDammah ExamplePracticeOn Top of LetterKasrah ExamplePractice*See NoteShadd with DummahPracticeShadd with KasrahPracticeFat.hahExampleOn Top of LetterShadd with Fat.hahPracticePracticeSukoon

Writing Practice: copy the words.16