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Arabic learning program for kids




 
 
 








 

 
  

How to teach kids Arabic in 10 steps  -   العربية 

Motivation, Motivation, Motivation

It's extremely important that kids have motivation to learn Arabic. How to increase their motivation is not as difficult as you might think.You can simply do the following

1- Rewards
Offer them rewards for learning extra words or phrases (e.g. , a chocolate bar from Egypt, a trip to a Moroccan restaurant, or his/her favorite place, such as an amusement  park)

2- Surprises
Especially for small children, including infants and toddlers, surprises are proven to increase motivation. If you play games like peekaboo (for babies) your child will be able to keep paying attention to the program.

3- Fun
Playing games like hide and seek by counting in Arabic  or a cardboard game will do the trick.

4- Keep it short and simple
Not only adults but also children automatically lose interest if what they are asked to do is difficult. When you ask them to learn only a few Arabic words at a time, they will find the task more enjoyable and increase their confidence in learning Arabic.

Practice, Practice, Practice

Practice makes it perfect the old saying goes. If your child has no opportunity to practice what he/she learned, you can make sure that all the efforts are in vain.






Dino Lingo Arabic learning program for children



5- Flash cards
Flash cards might sound like an old school method but they are effective. Similar to Dino Lingo motion images, how flash cards work is very simple: they create object-sign associations in your childs brain after a short period of exposure. You can use Dino Lingo Arabic Flash cards or make your own and practice with your child. If you are wondering about how to use Arabic flash cards you can check out our blog post about Glenn Doman.

6- Cartoons
Dino Lingo Arabic is a perfect combination of cartoons. Children love watching cartoons. You can also find tons of Arabic cartoons available online.

7- Children's Stories
If your child knows some Arabic, you can purchase Arabic story books on the internet. If he/she doesn't know how to speak Arabic, you can read fairy tales by replacing some words with Arabic words.
 
8 - Music & songs
Music is universal, and you can find many Arabic songs available online and in supermarkets. It is also not a bad idea to buy some Arabic  children's song CD and play it in the car or at home as background music. Studies have shown that even background TV can increase children's vocabulary.
 
9- Talking with native speakers
Another way of practicing Arabic is giving your child opportunities to interact with native speakers of Arabic. It would also be a fun family activity to visit a place where Arabic is spoken such as a Tunusian restaurant, Yemen supermarket, Islamic cultural center, mosque, school, community center etc.
 
10- Test & quiz
You can speak to your child in Arabic if you know how to speak Arabic. If you don't know how to speak Arabic, you can still ask questions like "what is "this" in Arabic?" by showing an object. If you know a few words in Arabic, you can show him/her 2 objects and ask "which one is "..."?" Kids love drawing things, you can also play with your children and ask them to draw objects by calling object names in Arabic, e.g. "can you draw me a ...?"

 

Summary: Kids love watching Dino Lingo Arabic videos regularly and play Dino Lingo Arabic language online games. Visit places where Arabic  is spoken such as Moroccan restaurants, Egyptian  supermarkets, Islamic culture centers, mosques, Arabic schools,  community centers.Play with fun educational stuff like Arabic  jigsaw puzzles and Arabic  toys. Don't forget the posters (Arabic  alphabet, sight words). Interact with other kids who can speak Arabic  or studying together with someone with whom they can practice Arabic.