Each child is gifted in their own way, and what works for one may not work for another. Parents worry when they see their kids not catching up on a language in the early stages. They should experiment with different learning techniques to teach their kids proper Arabic alphabet recognition.

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The following are some techniques you may use to teach your kids Arabic alphabet recognition. 


Visual Arabic Learning Style:

Colors and visuals appeal to visual learners. They learn best when they see their teacher write an example on the board, see a demonstration, look at photos and diagrams, and so on. If they are watching the instructions, they will pay more attention to them. 


Most of the time, if kids have visual aids for learning, they can study in a loud environment without trouble – even if they themselves are silent.


You can explore shadow play, tracing, chalking, and puzzle match for a visual learning experience.


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Auditory Arabic Learning Style:

Sound and explanations are important to auditory learners. They prefer to listen to a recording or explanation and may efficiently recall information just by listening. 


The auditory learner thinks in terms of sounds and learns best by following a step-by-step process. They are well-versed in the English language and do well in oral tests. They may have trouble deciphering facial expressions and gestures at times.


Some ideas you can use for auditory type of learning: Arabic books, songs, rhymes, etc.


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Kinesthetic Learning Style


Kinesthetic learners enjoy activities, projects, experiences, and handling things that require them to use their hands. They like acting out scenarios. Most children under the age of five are kinesthetic learners, meaning they move around and touch things as they learn.


Such students learn best when their bodies are involved, which is why their hands are always moving and up to something. If there is little or no external stimulus, touch, or movement, they will lose attention. They may point while reading and make gestures while speaking. These students benefit from wide places where they may sketch, walkabout, and so on. As a result, the finest learning resource for children is the outdoors.


Some ideas you can explore for Kinesthetic type of learning: Sand play, soft dough, clay, blocks, etc.


While still supporting your child’s inherent inventiveness, have fun learning together via games and varied experiences!