Making Sense of Arabic Storybooks
What is it about Arabic Stories that make you want to understand them, narrate them, and spread the love for them like no other? Let’s be honest with ourselves, as non-Arabs we do not have a direct cultural need to read
Incorporating Arabic with Outdoor Learning for Children
Here are two fun outdoor learning activities that can be combined with Arabic, and work for a variety of ages 1) Hide and seek: This is a more team-based version of traditional hide-and-seek. Predefine the boundaries for how far kids can hide
Ramadan Special – Arabically Circle Time 2023
Here comes the blessed time of the year! Here comes the elephant, the hudhud, the camel, and the bee. Have you met these animals before? This Ramadan, they have come to Arabically to teach us some good manners. Join in little ones
An Arabic Ode to Nature
الزهور في حياتي تبتسم لقلبي المطر من ربي يخفف الحمل عن صدري الطبيعة الجميلة من الفراشات إلى رائحة العشب تحضر السعادة على وجوهنا وعقولنا وأجسادنا يركضون ويلعبون دون رعاية في العالم أنا أيضا أصبح طفلةً عندما أرى أطفالي يستمتعون بالطبيعة. وكذلك مثل جمال اللغة العربية و هي
Does Nature repair us?
11 months, 4 seasons, and a whole lot of learning are what we experienced when Allah's plan led to us being uprooted from our home of many years in the UAE and being planted in a totally different land, one
Make the most of the Arabic around you!
Blogpost Reflections by: Aneesa Ayesha is out and about to buy stationery for the new academic year. On the way, a word caught her interest: قف (which in the Arabic language means to stop, in command form). Thereon, her interest in
Remembering the path
The daily hustle puts the focus on today, tomorrow, and the yet-to-be. While dreaming and envisioning the future of our non-native Arabic-speaking community is an exciting and fruitful endeavor, every once in a while (precisely so before a launch), when
My Journey Learning Arabic!
Let us hear from people outside the UAE, how they have managed to traverse through different courses and life experiences to learn what they have learnt. Our today's blog post is about a young mom in Singapore. As you read
Arabically; The beginning
My fascination with Arabic has been a lifelong process. The more I read the more I want to learn, the more I learn the more I want to understand it. The process of learning, creating, and teaching did not stop
Are you a Gulf Kid?
People outside the UAE often view Arabic as an important language for those within the Emirates. Yet the way expats within the UAE relate Arabic to life experiences varies. In our September Blog series, Arabically brings to you voices from