Arabic Coloring Pages…Haa is for Hirra {Printable}

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my followers that celebrate it!

 

I’m still continuing to take the animals from my Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster and turn them into a coloring book to help introduce children to the Arabic language.

 

Here is the twenty sixth letter of the alphabet: Haa (hā’), which is represented by Hana the Hirra, which is how you say cat in Arabic.

Hana is always smiling because she sees the beauty in everything around her. Other words that use Haa are hawa’ee (antenna), hilal (crescent), and hadiyya (gift).

 

You can also enjoy these past animals that have been done already –
Arrnab Coloring Page
Batreek Coloring Page
Timsaah Coloring Page
Thu’ban Coloring Page
Zaraafa Coloring Page
Samakah Coloring Page
Tawoos Coloring Page
Faraasha Coloring Page
Qird Coloring Page
Llama Coloring Page
Nimer Coloring Page
Yamam Coloring Page

 

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Arabic Numbers Toss {Tutorial}

Arabic Initial Wrapping Paper {Tutorial}

 

Update: You can buy the Arabic Alphabet Coloring Book here. Proceeds from each sale help refugee programs at the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan, via the aids organization Salaam Cultural Museum Medical Missions.