The Arabic language uses an alphabet of 28 consonants and diacritical marks, written and read from right to left. Some letters are identical except for the addition of dots above, below or in the middle of the letter.The Arabic language uses an alphabet of 28 consonants and diacritical marks, written and read from right to left. Some letters are identical except for the addition of dots above, below or in the middle of the letter.- The diacritical marks indicate vowel sounds. The Arabic language is written in cursive, and most letters change form depending on their position in the word. This is the perfect workbook to start learning to write Arabic. In it, you'll find all the Standard Modern Arabic letters in the isolated, initial, medial and final form variations. By tracing the letters, your child or any beginner will quickly memorize letters and be able to write them with punctuations. This book is the perfect choice for teachers and parents who want to teach their children or students basics at home or in the classroom. Your kid will love Alif Baa Arabic letters workbook! This is a fun easy and simple way to teach children Arabic Alphabet. About the workbook: Clear large letters make it easy to recognize even the most detailed of the Arabic characters. Trace, Learn, Write, Read, Practic, and Have Fun. Your child will develop the motor control for writing well while also learning to recognize each letter. Beautiful coloring illustration for each letter to color and this will engage both children's right brain (creativity) and left brain (logic) skills. Come with a large print font which good for reading. Great for Toddlers, Kindergarteners, home schooling, preschoolers, and beginners. 8.5"" x 11" suitable and convenient for kids. High-quality matte, come with the beautiful cover design.