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        Pre-Elementary Arabic Language Level  

Pre-Elementary standards for Arabic Language

      By the end of this level students are expected to
      master the following:
  • Exchanging greetings

  • Using polite formulas in communication

  • Identifying objects common in their daily life: food, drinks, clothes, animals, objects in the classroom and at home

  • Expressing possession and association

  • Talking about self and others simply

  • Describing people, things and dislikes as well as desires

  • Answering simple questions and responding to simple commands

  • Counting from 1 to 10 easily

  • Identifying colors

      To achieve these goals we use a combination of Story
       Books, Audios and Videos.

      Click on the picture bellow to listen to one of
      our songs on Audios.

     The Little Elephant

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