Arabic Alphabet: Lesson for Kids


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Which of the follow is a true statement about the Arabic alphabet?

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1. Which best describes the sound of this letter?

2. In Arabic, where does the gha sound come from?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Have you ever looked at Arabic writing and wondered what the symbols, made of squiggly lines and dots, represent? This quiz/worksheet was made to test your knowledge of the alphabet used to write in Arabic.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The questions on this quiz/worksheet will ask you about:

  • Writing with the Arabic alphabet
  • The sounds of the Arabic letters
  • How these sounds are made

Skills Practiced

Skills you will practice as you complete this quiz/worksheet include:

  • Information recall - remember what you learned about the Arabic alphabet to identify true and false statements
  • Making connections - use what you know about the sounds of the Arabic alphabet to answer a question about how those sounds are made
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the different letters of the Arabic alphabet

Additional Learning

To learn more about the Arabic alphabet, complete the lesson that comes with this quiz/worksheet, Arabic Alphabet: Lesson for Kids. With this lesson you will study:

  • The letters of the alphabet
  • Difference between Arabic vowels and consonants
  • How to say each letter