Days of the Week in Arabic {Flashcards}

Are you trying to teach your child the days of the week in Arabic? Here’s a printable for you to help you teach them in a fun way.

Days of the week in Arabic flashcards MKA

Days of the week in Arabic

One of the easiest ways to start your child on learning the days of the week is to start by helping them memorize the names of days! And there is no better way to do it than to create flash cards or puzzles.

These printable cards that we have in the Muslim Kids Resources Library is a fun way to help children learn through play.

Arabic names of the days

Children 4-9 years love puzzles and flash cards. If you are a teacher or a homeschooling mom, introducing this topic for the first time, I highly recommend you try this method.

Flash cards and matching games help children recognize the words and as you can see in this case, it helps them recognize both in Arabic as well as in English.

Of course, orally reciting the days is fantastic but it is also a good idea to help them to practice learning the spellings of the words. A simple way to do it is by laminating the flashcards and giving your child a dry erase marker to trace on the cards.

You can also use a sand board. If you don’t have one, simply place a tray with some sand and let your child use the cards to look and trace in the sand with their fingers!

Printable Days of the Week Flashcards

These printable flash cards are a fun way to help your child recognize the Arabic and English names of the days of the week. You can use them not just in busy bags but also as corner play.

They are also awesome to be displayed in classroom decorations. These flash cards are available in white as well as colored backgrounds so kids can match in different ways. You can just place them one below the other or in a row for the children to look and learn.

Another way to use these cards is to laminate them and use as matching cards.


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Just download and print the flash cards on separate an A4 size sheets. Laminate and cut it out. Use it as flash cards, puzzles or classroom display.

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