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  1. Sandpaper Arabic Alphabet Tracing 29 Plates with Tray
  2. Wooden Cubes with Arabic Alphabet (full forms & Short forms) 29 pieces with box
  3. Arabic Alphabet Tracing 9 Wooden Boards
  4. Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Board A4- UQA
  5. Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-Classical
  6. Sand Tray for writing practice
  7. Sandpaper Arabic Number Tracing 10 Plates with Tray
  8. Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Boards A4
  9. Arabic multi-color Puzzle - UQA
  10. Arabic Wooden Big Alphabets
  11. Arabic Wooden Big Numerals
  12. Arabic multi-color Puzzle - classical
  13. Flash Cards





Combo: Montessori Items - 399

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  1. Sandpaper Arabic Alphabet Tracing 29 Plates with Tray
  2. Wooden Cubes with Arabic Alphabet (full forms & Short forms) 29 pieces with box
  3. Arabic Alphabet Tracing 9 Wooden Boards
  4. Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Board A4- UQA
  5. Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-Classical
  6. Sand Tray for writing practice
  7. Sandpaper Arabic Number Tracing 10 Plates with Tray
  8. Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Boards A4
  9. Arabic multi-color Puzzle - UQA
  10. Arabic Wooden Big Alphabets
  11. Arabic Wooden Big Numerals
  12. Arabic multi-color Puzzle - classical





Combo: Sandpaper Arabic Alphabet Tracing 29 Plates with Tray & Sandpaper Arabic Number Tracing 10 Plates with Tray

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Children will begin to associate the letter and number shapes with their respective sounds from an early age. This sets the base for reading as well as for writing. Repeated tracing the letters and numbers enhance their fine sense of motor skills. From a nascent stage, children have a strong sense of touch, the rough surface of the letters and numbers further enhances the learning, combined with visual, muscular and auditory also reinforces the knowledge of letter and number shape and sound. Each set contains 29 wooden plates, with an Arabic letter (in full form) cutouts in sandpaper, ten wooden plates, with Arabic Numerals cutouts in sandpaper. Dot on each plate will indicate the number. The children will enjoy counting the numbers and relating it to the digit on the plate.


Sandpaper Arabic Alphabet Tracing 29 Plates with Tray
  1. Age - 3 1/2 - 4 years. Teach the letters in three-period lessons.
  2. The letters can be taught in phonetic order or shape order.  Ref: Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for more details.
  3. The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each letter. In some children, the muscular memory of the letter will be stronger than the visual memory. Repeated tracing of the letter is therefore very important. With each repetition, the sound is also given to the auditory connection is deeply established.
  4. If the child's fingers slip away from the sandpaper he notices the different feeling by the surface.
  5. Most children will learn all their letters in about a month.
  6. The number of sets of boards should be the same as the student groups.
Period 1
  1. At the introduction, let the teacher have an individual session with each child. Share the letter story if any.
  2. Keeping the index finger and middle finger together, let the teacher show how to trace the letter with correct strokes direction. After tracing the letter say its sound, let the teacher repeat it thrice. Let the child repeat the exercise thrice.
  3. Take 3 letters from the shelf and keep it face down on the right side of the table.
  4. Take one letter repeat step 2 with all children. Once they are comfortable with shape and sound, keep it to the left side of the table face up.
  5. Repeat this procedure for the remaining 2 letters.
Period 2
  1. Revision: Keep the completed letters face up in front of the students. Ask them a letter for example: “where is م?” The student who answers, ask him to trace it with his fingers while saying its sound. Repeat this exercise with the rest of the students.
  2. Take 3 new cards and repeat the above activity.
Period 3
  1. Distribute the learned letter boards to students. Let them see the letter and ask them to be ready to respond when asked for that letter. Collect the letter boards from the students by calling out the letters in phonetic order or shape order.
  2. Take 3 new cards and repeat the above activity.
Sandpaper Arabic Number Tracing 10 Plates with Tray - Make student groups and assign a set to each group. The set contains Sandpaper Arabic Number. - Let the teacher introduce the concept and let all the student watch how the teacher traces with the fingers on the sandpaper numbers. - Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster for the numbers. - Some activities that can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: Guided practice. Let the teacher teach this group-wise.
  2. Let one student trace a number, while other 3 in the group watch it. Ask them to correct if their team member is having a problem in tracing.
  3. Go around the groups and change the number plates after they are done with practicing.
  4. Repeat this activity until you see the students are comfortable with the writing practice.

- To further heighten the child’s awareness of the sounds in words
- To unite these sounds by means of muscular and visual memory to the appropriate symbol.
- Preparation for writing and reading

Combo: Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Board A4- UQA & Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Boards A4

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Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-UQA
The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has letters arranged in classical shape order, which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the letters helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. It is easy to handle and carry.

Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Board A4
Children will begin to associate the number shapes with their respective names from an early age. This sets the base for recognizing the numbers and counting as well. The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has numbers arranged in increasing which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the numerals helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. The board is easy to handle and carry.


Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-UQA The teacher should motivate children that writing skill is awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, and other animals cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face :-) and write.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic letter tracing." The teacher will repeat the name of the letter aloud while tracing the letter. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the letter, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let the children sit in a group of 4 to 5. Ask the children to trace the letters and say the letter aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Use words of encouragement encourage children to do this activity. Some of them might get bored.
  7. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, he/she has learned that letter. It is essential the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the letter should also be proper.
  8. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  9. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.
  10. The teacher should write the name of each student in Arabic on their books.
Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Board A4 The teacher should motivate children that writing skill is awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, and other animals cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face :-) and write.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic numeral tracing." The teacher will say the number aloud while tracing it. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the number, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let the children sit in a group of 4 to 5. Ask the children to trace the numbers and say it aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, it means he/she has learned that numbers. It is essential that the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the number should be proper.
  7. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  8. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.
  9. Let the teacher ask them to write the ages of the children on their books in Arabic.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters/numbers.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Combo: Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-Classical & Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Boards A4

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Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-Classical
The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has letters arranged in classical shape order, which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the letters helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. It is easy to handle and carry.

Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Board A4
Children will begin to associate the number shapes with their respective names from an early age. This sets the base for recognizing the numbers and counting as well. The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has numbers arranged in increasing which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the numerals helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. The board is easy to handle and carry.


The teacher should motivate children that writing skills are awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, etc. cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face ? and write. Posters with good calligraphy can be used. If using a projector, Gifs can be put on display for stroke directions. Show how a good writing looks appealing.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic letter/number tracing." The teacher will repeat the name of the letter /number aloud while tracing the letter/number. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the letter/number, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let each child has one Tracing Board and a wooden stylus. Ask the children to trace the letters/numbers and say the letter/numbers aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Use words of encouragement encourage children to do this activity. Some of them might get bored.
  7. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, he/she has learned that letter/number. It is essential the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the letter/number should also be proper.
  8. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  9. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters/numbers.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Combo: Arabic multi-color Puzzle - UQA & Arabic multi-color Puzzle - classical

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Arabic multi-color puzzle-UQA
The wooden board presents a comfortable and enjoyable Arabic Letters Poem. Children or even adults have difficulty in pronunciation of the Arabic letters, especially for Non-Arabs. Their primary challenge is in articulation. UQA have solved this problem Alhamdulillah and presented with a simple and easy poem which covers all Arabic letters Makharij. The Tool helps in understanding and learning all the Makharij in a relaxed and fun manner.

The poem uses the fingertips and fingers of both hands to learn the Makharij of the Arabic letters. The wooden board is similar to a jigsaw puzzle which has the print of letters. The parts of this puzzle have a knob that helps in placing the pieces in the right place. As the child keeps solving this puzzle, he/she will learn the letter categories namely, tip, lip, edge, side and throat letters.

As the child plays the game, the motor skills get refined with the kinesthetic approach of the game. It will engage him to learn more and better. There are a lot of extended activities that you can do at home or school with these wooden puzzles.

Arabic multi-color puzzle-Classical
The wooden board presents a comfortable and enjoyable learning experience for the children. Children will learn the shape and the sequence of the letters.  The letters are cut out from the wooden board and each letter shape is unique and fit in its designated slot on board. The children will learn by experimenting on where to fit the letters. As they play, they will increase the speed of recognition of Arabic letters. As the child plays the game, the motor skills get refined, and kinesthetic approach of the game will engage him to learn more and better. There are a lot of extended activities that you can do at home or in school with this wooden puzzle.


Arabic multi-color puzzle-UQA
General Guidelines - This is suitable for students who know the poem or in the process of learning the poem. - The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each numeral. They will handle the letters and learn the Makharij. This tool is a great help for visual students and those who have a good grasp of maps. Therefore, the more they play this game, the better they will be able to categorize the Arabic letters in the 5 phonetic categories namely, lip, tip, edge, side, and throat. Numerous activities can be conducted with this - The number of sets should be the same as the student groups. - Make student groups and assign a set to each group. - Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster. - A number of activities can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: The teach the students the name of the Makharij.
  2. Let the teacher review and revise the poem, let all students know the poem.
  3. The teacher will ask them to overturn the puzzle and start arranging it new.
  4. To make it a little more interesting, the teacher can ask the student to keep the puzzle turned over the puzzle, then ask how many tip letters?
Arabic multi-color puzzle-Classical
General Guidelines - This is suitable for children who are learning Arabic letters. - The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each numeral. They will handle the letters and learn the Makharij. This tool is a great help for visual students and those who have a good grasp of maps. Therefore, the more they play this game, the better they will be able to categorize the Arabic letters in the 5 phonetic categories namely, lip, tip, edge, side, and throat. Numerous activities can be conducted with this - The number of sets should be the same as the student groups. - Make student groups and assign a set to each group. - Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster. - A number of activities can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: The teach the students the name of the Makharij.
  2. Let the teacher review and revise the poem, let all students know the poem.
  3. The teacher will ask them to overturn the puzzle and start arranging it new.
  4. To make it a little more interesting, the teacher can ask the student to keep the puzzle turned over the puzzle, then ask how many tip letters?

  1. Learn to recognize letter shapes
  2. Arrange the letters in a order.
  3. Learn makharij

Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-Classical

Price: $19
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The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has letters arranged in classical shape order, which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the letters helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. It is easy to handle and carry.


The teacher should motivate children that writing skills are awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, etc. cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face ? and write. Posters with good calligraphy can be used. If using a projector, Gifs can be put on display for stroke directions. Show how a good writing looks appealing.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic letter tracing." The teacher will repeat the name of the letter aloud while tracing the letter. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the letter, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let each child has one Tracing Board and a wooden stylus. Ask the children to trace the letters and say the letter aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Use words of encouragement encourage children to do this activity. Some of them might get bored.
  7. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, he/she has learned that letter. It is essential the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the letter should also be proper.
  8. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  9. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden Boards A4-UQA

Price: $19
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Description

The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has letters arranged in classical shape order, which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the letters helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. It is easy to handle and carry.


The teacher should motivate children that writing skill is awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, and other animals cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face :-) and write.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic letter tracing." The teacher will repeat the name of the letter aloud while tracing the letter. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the letter, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let the children sit in a group of 4 to 5. Ask the children to trace the letters and say the letter aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Use words of encouragement encourage children to do this activity. Some of them might get bored.
  7. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, he/she has learned that letter. It is essential the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the letter should also be proper.
  8. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  9. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.
  10. The teacher should write the name of each student in Arabic on their books.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Arabic Alphabet Tracing Wooden 9 Boards - UQA

Price: $39
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The wooden boards offer your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has letters arranged in the phonetic order organized in five categories namely letters from lips, tip, side, the edge of tongue & throat. The tools help the child to learn & relish the tracing. There are 9 wooden boards each the size of 25.5 cm by 8.5 cm. Tracing the letters helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. It is easy to handle and carry.


The teacher should motivate children that writing skill is awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, and other animals cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face :-) and write.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic letter tracing." The teacher will repeat the name of the letter aloud while tracing the letter. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the letter, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. If you are teaching in a class, then make groups with 4-5 students in each group. Give the set of these plates to each group.
  4. The teacher will keep a track of students learning and practice for each plate.
  5. Let each child has one Tracing Board and a wooden stylus.
  6. Ask the children to trace the letters and say the letter aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  7. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  8. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  9. Use words of encouragement encourage children to do this activity. Some of them might get bored.
  10. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, he/she has learned that letter. It is essential the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the letter should also be proper.
  11. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  12. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Sandpaper Arabic Alphabet Tracing 29 Plates with Tray

Price: $39
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Description

Children will begin to associate the letter shapes with their respective sounds from an early age. This sets the base for reading as well as for writing. Repeated tracing the letters enhance their fine sense of motor skills. From a nascent stage, children have a strong sense of touch, the rough surface of the letters further enhances the learning, combined with visual, muscular and auditory also reinforces the knowledge of letter shape and sound. Each set contains 29 wooden plates, with an Arabic letter (in full form) cutouts in sandpaper.


  1. Age - 3 1/2 - 4 years. Teach the letters in three-period lessons.
  2. The letters can be taught in phonetic order or shape order.  Ref: Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for more details.
  3. The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each letter. In some children, the muscular memory of the letter will be stronger than the visual memory. Repeated tracing of the letter is therefore very important. With each repetition, the sound is also given to the auditory connection is deeply established.
  4. If the child's fingers slip away from the sandpaper he notices the different feeling by the surface.
  5. Most children will learn all their letters in about a month.
  6. The number of sets of boards should be the same as the student groups.
  Period 1
  1. At the introduction, let the teacher have an individual session with each child. Share the letter story if any.
  2. Keeping the index finger and middle finger together, let the teacher show how to trace the letter with correct strokes direction. After tracing the letter say its sound, let the teacher repeat it thrice. Let the child repeat the exercise thrice.
  3. Take 3 letters from the shelf and keep it face down on the right side of the table.
  4. Take one letter repeat step 2 with all children. Once they are comfortable with shape and sound, keep it to the left side of the table face up.
  5. Repeat this procedure for the remaining 2 letters.
Period 2
  1. Revision: Keep the completed letters face up in front of the students. Ask them a letter for example: “where is م?” The student who answers, ask him to trace it with his fingers while saying its sound. Repeat this exercise with the rest of the students.
  2. Take 3 new cards and repeat the above activity.
Period 3
  1. Distribute the learned letter boards to students. Let them see the letter and ask them to be ready to respond when asked for that letter. Collect the letter boards from the students by calling out the letters in phonetic order or shape order.
  2. Take 3 new cards and repeat the above activity.

- To further heighten the child’s awareness of the sounds in words
- To unite these sounds by means of muscular and visual memory to the appropriate symbol.
- Preparation for writing and reading

Arabic Wooden Alphabet (full forms & short forms) 230 pieces with box

Price: $79
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Arabic Wooden Alphabet set is a must to have set in every home. The Arabic letters are colored coded in phonetic order. The Airab (Fataha, Kasra, and Damma) are in many in numbers. There are full form and short forms of Arabic alphabets. Many activities can be conducted using this wonderful set.


General Guidelines
  1. Those who have completed Sandpaper tracing activities can work with this tool.
  2. The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each letter. They will handle the letters and feel the shape of the letters. In some children, this muscular memory of the letter will be strong than visual memory. Therefore, their handling of the letters is very important. As they keep searching the letter in the box, they keep learning.
  3. Numerous activities can be conducted with this. Activities like letters recognition (Sound & Shape), full forms and short forms, phonetic and shape order, word formation, find the missing vowel, huruf-e-Shamsi, huruf-e-Qamari, etc.
  4. The number of sets of boards should be the same as the student groups.
  5. Ref: Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for more details.
- Make student groups and assign a set to each group. If available, give one magnetic slate to each group.
- Use the classroom magnetic whiteboard to display the activity for students.
- Based on the lessons, activities can be conducted: (See Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for reference)
  1. Full forms & Short Forms: Let the students take out only those letters which the teacher has shown on the board. Take out full forms, & corresponding short forms arrange it as shown by the teacher
  2. For lessons from 13 onwards, Each group will be given a set of Flashcards with words in it and a similar word has to be built on the magnetic slate.
  3. Let the groups pick out the Shamsi-letters and qamari letters
  4. Missing letter in a word.
  5. Make as many words with these letters
  6. Ask the students to use appropriate vowels on words.
- The teacher should ensure that the students are completing the exercises. These exercises are to be done individually as well as a team.

  1. To help the child learn the Arabic letters (Full forms and Short Forms)
  2. Form words using the letter and also put vowels (Fataha, Kasra & Damma)

Wooden Cubes with Arabic Alphabet (full forms & Short forms) 29 pieces with a box

Price: $49
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Wooden cubes with Arabic Alphabet printed in short and full form are handy for learning the letter shape and word formation. This is a must to have set in every home. The child while forming the word will learn various short forms and how to use them in words. Six faces of the cube have full form, short form, and articulation figure. Many activities can be conducted using this wonderful set.


General Guidelines
  1. The cubes present a grouping of letters full from, short forms, their categorization based on Shamsi and Qamari and articulation (Makharij).
  2. Numerous activities can be conducted with this. Activities like letters recognition (Sound & Shape), full forms and short forms, phonetic and shape order, word formation, find the missing vowel, huruf-e-Shamsi, huruf-e-Qamari, etc.
  3. The number of sets of boards should be the same as the student groups.
  4. Ref: Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for more details.
  - Make student groups and assign a set to each group. Give 1 set of cubes to each group.
- Let the teacher keep the flashcards facedown. Ask group leader to pick 3 cards.
- Let the teacher show the demo of activity before asking the students.
- The following activities can be done for the students:
  1. Identify the full forms
  2. Pick out the Shamsi & Qamari Letters, arrange them separately.
  3. Pick out the short forms that are similar
  4. Pick out the full forms that are similar
  5. Let the students make the 5 categories of letters based on Makharij.
  6. Based on the flashcard, ask the students to make simple words (without harakat)
  7. Find the missing letter in a word.
  8. Make as many words with these letters
- Based on the lessons, activities can be conducted: (See Read Al Qur’an Series Book 1, 2 for reference)
The teacher should ensure that the students are completing the exercises. These exercises are to be done individually as well as a team.

  1. To help the child learn the Arabic letters (Full forms and Short Forms)
  2. Form simple words without vowels.
  3. Learn Shamsi & Qamari grouping
  4. Makhaarij

Arabic Numerals Tracing Wooden Board A4

Price: $19
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Children will begin to associate the number shapes with their respective names from an early age. This sets the base for recognizing the numbers and counting as well. The wooden board offers your child an enjoyable learning experience. The wooden board has numbers arranged in increasing which helps the child to learn & relish the tracing. The size of the wooden board is A4. Tracing the numerals helps to train and develop your child's fine motor skills and develop correct writing strokes. As the child repeats the writing strokes using the wooden stylus, the motor skills are refined and impart confidence. Writing practice with this wooden board is essential before the child write using pencil and paper. The board is easy to handle and carry.


The teacher should motivate children that writing skill is awarded only to humans. So, thank Allah and use this skill to enjoy and learn. Monkeys, Birds, and other animals cannot write, but Alhamdulillah you can. Make Alhamdulillah face :-) and write.
  1. The teacher will demonstrate the "Arabic numeral tracing." The teacher will say the number aloud while tracing it. This exercise is to be repeated at least 5-6 times.
  2. While tracing, the teacher will talk on the shape of the number, how to start writing and end it. Repeat these sentences 5 - 6 times.
  3. Let the children sit in a group of 4 to 5. Ask the children to trace the numbers and say it aloud. Let them repeat this 5-6 times.
  4. Do the Thing Pair Share (TPS) - let the child watch how his/her friend is writing. Then vice-versa. Let them talk and give feedback to each other. Through interaction, children learn from each other very well.
  5. The teacher should ensure that the students are using the correct strokes direction.
  6. Student Assessment: When the child can trace faster with ease, it means he/she has learned that numbers. It is essential that the strokes direction should be correct, and the name of the number should be proper.
  7. Important Note: Some students might learn slower than others. It may be due to their low interest or are slow in developing their motor skills. Do not push them or compare them with others. Encourage and motivate them with rewards. Give them more time to learn. Have an individual one-on-one session with them. It is seen that some children take more time in pattern recognition. Over time, inshallah they all learn.
  8. Use of Scoreboard will inspire and reward the students.
  9. Let the teacher ask them to write the ages of the children on their books in Arabic.

  1. The child will develop the correct stroke of the Arabic letters.
  2. This activity is to be conducted before the use of pencil (pre-writing).

Sandpaper Arabic Number Tracing 10 Plates with Tray

Price: $25
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Children will begin to associate the number shapes with their respective names from an early age. This sets the base for recognizing the numbers and counting as well. Repeated tracing the Numbers enhance their fine sense of motor skills. From a nascent stage, children have a strong sense of touch, the rough surface of the Numbers further enhances the learning, combined with visual, muscular and auditory also reinforces the knowledge of Number shape and name. Each set contains ten wooden plates, with Arabic Numerals cutouts in sandpaper. Dot on each plate will indicate the number. The children will enjoy counting the numbers and relating it to the digit on the plate.


- Make student groups and assign a set to each group. The set contains Sandpaper Arabic Number.
- Let the teacher introduce the concept and let all the student watch how the teacher traces with the fingers on the sandpaper numbers.
- Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster for the numbers.
- Some activities that can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: Guided practice. Let the teacher teach this group-wise.
  2. Let one student trace a number, while other 3 in the group watch it. Ask them to correct if their team member is having a problem in tracing.
  3. Go around the groups and change the number plates after they are done with practicing.
  4. Repeat this activity until you see the students are comfortable with the writing practice.


Sand Tray for writing practice

Price: $35
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Children and adults love the touch of sand. The Sand Tray gives an elegant look which attracts the children. Its purpose is to help a child learn how to trace letters on his own while allowing for the same tactile and sensorial experience as the sandpaper letters. Tracing on sand helps the child develop confidence in forming letters and numbers in the freehand style. Repeated tracing the Letters enhance their fine sense of motor skills. From a nascent stage, children have a strong sense of touch, the smooth granules of Sand tracing further enhance the learning, combined with visual, muscular and auditory also reinforces the knowledge of Letter shape and name. Each set contains a wooden tray, and an Arabic-letters printed cover. The children will enjoy practicing the letters written on the tray.


- Make student groups and assign a set to each group. The set contains Sandbox and set of flashcards.
- Let the teacher introduce the concept and let all the student watch how the teacher traces with the finger in the sand.
- Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster.
- Some activities that can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: Guided practice. Let the teacher teach this group-wise.
  2. Let one student trace a letter, while other 3 in the group watch it. Ask them to correct if their team member is tracing anything wrong.
  3. Go around the groups and change the flashcard of another letter.
  4. Repeat this activity until you see the students are comfortable with the writing practice.
  5. Note: Keep reminding the usage of strokes. Example: س. Say”Children you see س? How to write it? Write one small cup, then another small cup and then join them with a big cup. It becomes س. Before doing this activity, the children should be aware of the shape of the letters.


Arabic multi-color puzzle-UQA

Price: $29
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The wooden board presents a comfortable and enjoyable Arabic Letters Poem. Children or even adults have difficulty in pronunciation of the Arabic letters, especially for Non-Arabs. Their primary challenge is in articulation. UQA have solved this problem Alhamdulillah and presented with a simple and easy poem which covers all Arabic letters Makharij. The Tool helps in understanding and learning all the Makharij in a relaxed and fun manner. The poem uses the fingertips and fingers of both hands to learn the Makharij of the Arabic letters. The wooden board is similar to a jigsaw puzzle which has the print of letters. The parts of this puzzle have a knob that helps in placing the pieces in the right place. As the child keeps solving this puzzle, he/she will learn the letter categories namely, tip, lip, edge, side and throat letters. As the child plays the game, the motor skills get refined with the kinesthetic approach of the game. It will engage him to learn more and better. There are a lot of extended activities that you can do at home or school with these wooden puzzles.


General Guidelines
- This is suitable for students who know the poem or in the process of learning the poem.
- The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each numeral. They will handle the letters and learn the Makharij. This tool is a great help for visual students and those who have a good grasp of maps. Therefore, the more they play this game, the better they will be able to categorize the Arabic letters in the 5 phonetic categories namely, lip, tip, edge, side, and throat. Numerous activities can be conducted with this
- The number of sets should be the same as the student groups.

- Make student groups and assign a set to each group.
- Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster.
- A number of activities can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: The teach the students the name of the Makharij.
  2. Let the teacher review and revise the poem, let all students know the poem.
  3. The teacher will ask them to overturn the puzzle and start arranging it new.
  4. To make it a little more interesting, the teacher can ask the student to keep the puzzle turned over the puzzle, then ask how many tip letters?

  1. A student will be able to clearly understand and remember the Arabic letters Makhari
  2. List out the different articulation

Arabic multi-color puzzle-Classical

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The wooden board presents a comfortable and enjoyable learning experience for the children. Children will learn the shape and the sequence of the letters.  The letters are cut out from the wooden board and each letter shape is unique and fit in its designated slot on board. The children will learn by experimenting on where to fit the letters. As they play, they will increase the speed of recognition of Arabic letters. As the child plays the game, the motor skills get refined, and kinesthetic approach of the game will engage him to learn more and better. There are a lot of extended activities that you can do at home or in school with this wooden puzzle.


General Guidelines
- This is suitable for children who are learning Arabic letters.
- The child will get both visual and kinesthetic impression of each numeral. They will handle the letters and learn the Makharij. This tool is a great help for visual students and those who have a good grasp of maps. Therefore, the more they play this game, the better they will be able to categorize the Arabic letters in the 5 phonetic categories namely, lip, tip, edge, side, and throat. Numerous activities can be conducted with this
- The number of sets should be the same as the student groups.

  - Make student groups and assign a set to each group.
- Use the classroom whiteboard or show the poster.
- A number of activities can be performed with the set:
  1. 101 activity: The teach the students the name of the Makharij.
  2. Let the teacher review and revise the poem, let all students know the poem.
  3. The teacher will ask them to overturn the puzzle and start arranging it new.
  4. To make it a little more interesting, the teacher can ask the student to keep the puzzle turned over the puzzle, then ask how many tip letters?

  1. Learn to recognize letter shapes
  2. Arrange the letters in a order.
  3. Learn makharij

Flash Cards Learning Arabic Letters – made easy!

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Learning Arabic Letters – made easy! Is designed and developed with following learning outcomes  
  1. Learn the sound and shape of Arabic letters
  2. Learn the poem of Arabic letters with actions
  3. Develop the love of Qur’an and its language!
Learning Arabic Letters – made easy! can be used independently or along with the UQA publication Read Al-Qur’an Series
  1. The set has 30 flash cards designed to make learning easy and quick for the children and adults alike.
  2. First time EVER, a unique and interesting way to learn Arabic letters, through poems and actions
  3. How-to-use card gives a simple and result oriented instructions on usage of these flash cards for best results
  4. Make it a Game: Parents can spend Quality Tarbiyah time with children playing the game of learning Arabic letters!



  1. Make two decks of cards – known, Unknown; The known deck contains the cards which you already know and the unknown one contains that which you don't Note: For beginners, there will be only 1 deck of cards. i.e Unknown deck.       
  2. The learning/teaching will be carried out with 3 cards. 2 from the known deck and 1 from the unknown one. Note: For beginners, pick any 2 cards from unknown deck.
  3. Assisted Learning: Of these 3 cards, show each card to the children and ask them to repeat after you slowly and clearly. Let the children repeat till they comfortable with pronunciation and also the shape of the letter.
  4. Explanation Optional – how to write.
  5. Unassisted learning: Show the card to the children, let them find out. Repeat this till they are able to identify the letter within 2 Seconds.
  6. Repeat steps from 2 to 5 till unknown deck is converted to known deck.


Flash Cards Learn Surah Al-Fatiha – the easy way!

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Learn Surah Al-Fatihah – the easy way! Is designed and compiled with the following learning outcomes
  1. Improve the attention and focus in Daily Salah!
  2. Learn the meanings of Surah Al-Fatiha’s words that occurs in the Qur’an almost 9,000 times from a total of 78,000 words in the Qur’an, i.e., almost 12% of the words of Qur’an.
  3. Know the importance of most recited Surah of Qur’an
  4. Learn Surah Al-Fatihah – the easy way! can be used independently or along with the UQA publication Understand Al Qur’an and Salah – the easy way!
  5. The set has 27 flash cards designed to make learning easy and quick for the children and adults alike.
  6. Arabic Text on one side while its meaning on the other is given
  7. How-to-use card gives a simple and result oriented instructions on usage of these flash cards for best results
  8. Make it a Game: Parents can spend Quality Tarbiyah time with children playing the game of learning the meaning of Surah Al-Fatiha!!!



  1. Make two decks of cards – known, Unknown; The known deck contains the cards which you already know and the unknown one contains that which you don't Note: For beginners, there will be only 1 deck of cards. i.e Unknown deck.       
  2. The learning/teaching will be carried out with 3 cards. 2 from the known deck and 1 from the unknown one. Note: For beginners, pick any 2 cards from unknown deck.
  3. Assisted Learning: Of these 3 cards, show each card to the children and ask them to repeat after you slowly and clearly. Let the children repeat till they comfortable with pronunciation and also the shape of the letter.
  4. Explanation Optional – how to write.
  5. Unassisted learning: Show the card to the children, let them find out. Repeat this till they are able to identify the letter within 2 Seconds.
  6. Repeat steps from 2 to 5 till unknown deck is converted to known deck. Note: For ease of use,  the cards are numbered on the back side.


Flash Cards Learn 99 Names of Allah – the easy way!

Price: $59
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Learn 99 Names of Allah – the easy way! Is designed and developed with following learning outcomes  
  1. Instill the Greatness of Allah(swt) in children.  
  2. Memorize 99 Names of Allah with meanings.
  3. Realize rewards of memorizing 99 Names of Allah
Learn 99 Names of Allah – the easy way! can be used independently or along with the UQA publication 99 Names of Allah (3 volumes)
  1. The set has 100 flash cards designed to make learning easy and quick for the children and adults alike.
  2. Arabic Text on one side while its meaning on the other is given
  3. How-to-use card gives a simple and result oriented instructions on usage of these flash cards for best results
  4. Make it a Game: Parents can spend Quality Tarbiyah time with children playing the game of learning 99 names of Allah!



  1. Make two decks of cards – known, Unknown; The known deck contains the cards which you already know and the unknown one contains that which you don't Note: For beginners, there will be only 1 deck of cards. i.e Unknown deck.       
  2. The learning/teaching will be carried out with 3 cards. 2 from the known deck and 1 from the unknown one. Note: For beginners, pick any 2 cards from unknown deck.
  3. Assisted Learning: Of these 3 cards, show each card to the children and ask them to repeat after you slowly and clearly. Let the children repeat till they comfortable with pronunciation and also the shape of the letter.
  4. Explanation Optional – how to write.
  5. Unassisted learning: Show the card to the children, let them find out. Repeat this till they are able to identify the letter within 2 Seconds.
  6. Repeat steps from 2 to 5 till unknown deck is converted to known deck. Note: For ease of use,  the cards are numbered on the back side.


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