Something I've always admired about the Montessori English language program is its multi-sensory learning methods. My children thrived with this kind of approach.
This is how Arabic Phonics came to be – born from a desire to blend the Montessori style of learning with the Arabic language.
Our mission is simple: learn and thrive in the Arabic language through our flagship Montessori-Inspired program.
When developing our platform, we aimed to tackle a common issue faced by many non-Arabic speakers: reading without understanding the words. We discovered that most people learned to read Arabic in a traditional way, using books better suited for older audiences than for young children. These books lacked colour, vibrancy, and failed to engage readers effectively. The student would often have to learn to understand Arabic with separate resources.
Hence, we've devised a systematic and progressive approach to teaching children Arabic as a second language. Combining both reading and understanding in one resource.
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