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15 Arabic Children’s Books that Teach the Alphabet, Colors, and Numbers

15 Arabic Children’s Books that Teach the Alphabet, Colors, and Numbers

If you’re looking for resources to help jumpstart your child’s Arabic language learning journey, we have 15 Arabic children’s books that teach all about the alphabet, colors, and numbers. Our curated selection includes products that are not only designed for babies and toddlers, but for your older children as well, because every Arabic learning journey is unique.

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Going Virtual: Your Guide to 2020 Arabic Summer Camps

Going Virtual: Your Guide to 2020 Arabic Summer Camps

For the past couple of years, we published an annual list of Arabic summer camps in the US, and we were excited to share information for hands-on Arabic language learning opportunities for your children this year as well. Unfortunately, because of COVID-19 social distancing stipulations, families aren’t able to travel abroad or send their kids to camps to enjoy Arabic linguistic experiences.

We’ve been on the lookout for virtual Arabic summer "camps" and classes that your children can easily attend from home, from anywhere in the US (and some beyond!) All of the programs mentioned below will be taking place throughout the summer, so make you sure you check them out and register as soon as possible!

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Your Guide to Navigating the Coronavirus Lockdown with Kids

Your Guide to Navigating the Coronavirus Lockdown with Kids

How do we deal with a prolonged “shutdown” of normal activity in light of a pandemic like the Coronavirus? That is a question parents the world over are grappling with right now. With little time to plan or prepare, we are entering uncharted territory. For many of us, access to unlimited online resources that are being widely shared on social media can be overwhelming. For many, the idea of trying to homeschool one or more children while “teleworking” or managing a home is daunting at best.

Here are five ways you can make the most of this time with your kids at home (and naturally, use Arabic along the way):

 

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