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Arabic Online Kids

Program Dates: January 11, 2021 - April 6, 2021

Arabic Online Kids brings all the great teaching resources of our adult Arabic Online program to a children's friendly format. Built for children ages six to sixteen, the program provides an enriching interactive language experience with some of the top Arabic teachers of our age.

Program Details

  • Part-time and full-time programs available
  • 15-minute individual student meetings with the teacher weekly
  • Over forty years of combined experience in teaching Arabic to foreigners
  • Small class sizes (maximum 8 students)
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Teachers

Curriculum Details

Ages 6-7

This level concentrates on:

  • Being able to introduce one’s self
  • Being able to use basic phrases such as greetings and giving thanks
  • Learning some of the Arabic letters and how to write them
  • Learning basic words (family, fruits, vegetables, colors, and animals)
  • The numbers from 1-10
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals

This level concentrates on:

  • Being able to introduce one’s self and family
  • Being able to answer many questions pertaining to one’s surroundings (the house, colors, animals, and clothing) by using a few words or simple sentences
  • Reading and writing some letters from the Arabic alphabet
  • The fundamental building blocks for learning to read and write
  • Writing some simple words
  • Reading and writing the numbers from 1-10
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals

Ages 8 and above

This level concentrates on:

  • Listening, reading, and writing the Arabic letters
  • Analysis and syntax of words and copying some sentences
  • Learning some basic vocabulary words and well known sentences
  • Being able to read simple words and sentences
  • Learning some simple issues relating to personal life (introducing one’s self, family, things, colors, clothing, and animals)
  • The numbers from 1-20
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals

This level concentrates on:

  • Familiar topics related to daily life
  • Being able to introduce one’s self and family
  • Talking about one’s clothing and daily routine
  • Talking about parts of one’s house and what’s inside it
  • Talking about the classroom and what’s inside it
  • Talking about occupations, shopping, buying, and selling
  • Being able to describe people or animals
  • Learning about the weather and the four seasons
  • Exposing the student to fundamental grammar rules needed in previous topics
  • Being able to write simple words and sentences
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals

This level concentrates on:

  • Being able to describe one’s surroundings
  • Being able to describe external and internal characteristics
  • Learning about family ties and respect for the family
  • Expressing feelings
  • Using different verb tenses
  • Learning about biographies
  • Trying to make simple comparisons between 2 familiar countries or places
  • Talking about food, health, and doctor visits
  • Exposing the student to some simple descriptive and narrative long texts related to social topics
  • Exposing the student to fundamental grammar rules needed in previous topics
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals

This level concentrates on:

  • Narrating past events
  • Reading time in Arabic
  • Learning how to give directions
  • Describing how to make food
  • Learning how to compare and contrast
  • Learning some popular proverbs, how they originated, and how to use them
  • Learning some stories of the Prophets and stories from the Quran
  • Discussing stories or movies
  • Memorizing various Hadiths and Quranic Ayas relating to morals
  • Starting to learn the basics of Arabic grammar

This level concentrates on:

  • Topics pertaining to scholarly figures
  • Learning psychology, events, and celebrations
  • Learning to describe historical places
  • Being able to describe and narrate the past, present, and future
  • Learning the basics of Arabic grammar