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Although we understand that our main focus is teaching your children Arabic, we take your trust in us very seriously and strive to carry in our teaching the best of Canadian culture while reinforcing the best of our cherished values.

As our children simultaneously present their heritage to their local Canadian community, we look forward to have succeeded together in raising socially responsible Canadian Muslims and Arabs in Canada.

Arabic for Children

 

Kindergarten (KG)

  • Age 5 to 9 years

Beginning Arabic writing and reading with different exercises for learning letters and their changing shapes according to their placements. The student acquires the principles of reading and writing by covering the letters of the Arabic language, its symbols, and its sounds.

Grade 1

  • Age 7 to 11 years

This first elementary level series help students learn Arabic through listening and conversation along with exercises in reading and writing. The series stresses communication and also offers glimpses into Arabic culture.

Grade 2

  • Age 8 to 12 years

This is a comprehensive series designed to teach Arabic with special emphasis on building the four linguistic skills needed to learn a language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The program introduces linguistic elements, such as words, expressions and grammatical constructions, through the use of real-life situations.

Grade 3

  • Age 9 to 13 years

This curriculum develops fluency by communication, discovery, realization, and then application. It helps Arabic learners to deal confidently with Arabic culture, plus different types of reading passages.

Student Text: Simple and short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures, aim to facilitate learning by teaching the language process and communication.

Conversation: Conversational exercises encourage students to participate in classroom activities, apply reading material within dialogue, and ultimately become fluent speakers.

Workbook includes: Exercises aimed at determining the level of children’s comprehension for new vocabularies and expressions.

Writing Composition: This section focuses on word expressions and sentences to reinforce more complete writing skills.

Grammar: A special concentration of theory and practice make learning grammar easier to understand.

Grade 4

  • Age 10 to 14 years

This curriculum develops fluency by communication, discovery, realization, and then application. It helps Arabic learners to deal confidently with Arabic culture, plus different types of reading passages.

Student Text: Simple and short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures, aim to facilitate learning by teaching the language process and communication.

Conversation: Conversational exercises encourage students to participate in classroom activities, apply reading material within dialogue, and ultimately become fluent speakers.

Workbook includes: Exercises aimed at determining the level of children’s comprehension for new vocabularies and expressions.

Writing Composition: This section focuses on word expressions and sentences to reinforce more complete writing skills.

Grammar: A special concentration of theory and practice make learning grammar easier to understand.

Grade 5

  • Age 11 to 15 years

This curriculum develops fluency by communication, discovery, realization, and then application. It helps Arabic learners to deal confidently with Arabic culture, plus different types of reading passages.

Student Text: Simple and short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures, aim to facilitate learning by teaching the language process and communication.

Conversation: Conversational exercises encourage students to participate in classroom activities, apply reading material within dialogue, and ultimately become fluent speakers.

Workbook includes: Exercises aimed at determining the level of children’s comprehension for new vocabularies and expressions.

Writing Composition: This section focuses on word expressions and sentences to reinforce more complete writing skills.

Grammar: A special concentration of theory and practice make learning grammar easier to understand.

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Location: 2295 West 40th Ave, Unit 2,
Vanoucver, BC V6M1W7


Telephone: (236) 888-6688


Email: info@myarabic.ca


School Hours: Sat-Sun: 10am - 3pm