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By Zafar H. Qureshi

Provide your scholars abundant perform with their writing talents with those supplementary workout books. degrees bring up with the power of youngsters starting with basic letters in remoted positions, then development to 2-3 letter phrases, and at last to basic Arabic and Islamic expressions. scholars commence by way of tracing styles of letters after which are given house to put in writing on their own.

This e-book is a part of the Arabic Writing I-III sequence to profit the Arabic alphabet. the 1st half indicates the alphabet. the second one half indicates how the letters mix to shape phrases. The 3rd half supplies phrases according to the opposite volumes. half I is usually recommended for first graders (5 - 6 years old); half II is for moment graders (6 - 7 years old); and half III is for fourth graders (7 - eight years old).

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