My First Iqra Board Book
With finger tracing in tactile grooves and reusable dry-erase pages, you can teach a child Arabic letters and sounds. There is phonetic guidance shown with the symbols, but there are nuances to the pronunciation that would benefit from some sort of audio model. You can easily find this online if you are unfamiliar with Arabic yourself. The pages are colorful and appealing to a young learner with themed pages and cute critters. It is a nice way to introduce a child to a language we don’t often see in children’s books. Includes 20 pages. ~Sara
A fun-filled, colorful, interactive book where children can learn and practice the Arabic alphabet in an interactive way. Use your finger to trace the alphabets or use the wipe and clean option to practice. Once mastered the alphabet, you can then learn the various vowels before the next stage of learning a few Arabic words.