1 Sets of 28 Caller/Matching Cards Displaying Forms, Names, & Sounds of the Symbols of the Arabic Writing System. 8 Distinct 25-Box Boards.
Who They’re For: Native & Non-Native Speakers of English or Other Languages That Want to Know Symbols of Non-English/Roman Alphabets
Why You Need Them: Learning to recognize or use alphabetic letters, characters, or other symbols beyond the English/Roman “ABCs” helps both children and adults develop “higher-level” written language skills. It builds visual acuity, comparative discrimination, and cognitive learning abilities. It’s also an integral element of multi-cultural awareness.
What You’ll Do:
- To use as Caller Cards for Bingo or Matching Cards for Lotto, make multiple sets of the 28 images of the Arabic writing system. Note that they include the names of the symbols and the sounds they represent in several languages. You may or may not choose to print out identifying Card Backs on the other side.
- Use these as “Flash Cards” for an introduction to the Arabic system (and perhaps the language).
- Make as many copies as you need of the 8 variants of each 25-box Bingo/Lotto Grid. These may be printed out one– or two-sided (flipped along their long edge, horizontally). Learning tips and letter identifications head each page.
- Use the materials in any way that work for your unique purposes and situations.