Arabian Education Office of Gulf Countries

I Love Arabic Textbook Level KG


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Pages: 99 
ISBN-13: 9789960152981
ISBN-10: 9960152987
Publisher: Arabian Education Office of Gulf Countries

 The student's book presents 64 lessons and 128 activities. It's designed in an attractive way especially for children.
The book relies heavily on pictures so students can happily complete their exercises and participate in some of their favorite hobbies and games.
This book is designed for KG students, 5-6 years old. The book follows a step by step format, and is easy to follow. At the same time, it provokes children’s imagination and strengthens their creativity.
The book contains 64 lessons, with each lesson spread across two pages. After finishing two lessons, students move on to the activity book to do one activity. This book:

  • Provides a linguistic base, enabling children to communicate orally by asking and answering questions, requesting information, giving information, and asking for directions.
  • Develops thinking abilities in a child; this includes: recognizing differences in pictures, knowing what people use for riding and transportation, recognizing odd words, recognizing similar pictures, sorting things from the fastest to the slowest, and learning to categorize from tallest to shortest.
  • Provides exercises to increase dexterity, such as coloring pictures and shapes, matching between words and pictures, matching between letters and words, and rewriting over dotted letters.
  • Teaches Arabic as a primary language
  • Arabic only
  • Uses vowelled letters (diactrical marks, or tashkeel)
  • Textbooks focus: listening, writing, reading, and speaking
  • Workbooks focus: exercises and games that support the textbook
  • Evaluations follow every 5 lessons
  • Exposes students to common terminology
  • Illustrated dictionary plus vocabulary list
  • Ideal for Western students; themes are heavily cultural, not necessarily Islamic.
  • A comprehensive curriculum for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers in full-time Islamic and public schools