Today is National Coloring Day and I thought we would celebrate here at A Crafty Arab by releasing a new Arabic Alphabet Animal Page.
We spent the weekend enjoying a camping trip on the Cowlitz River, between Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens, in south west Washington. We startled deer, feed cows, caught beetles, enjoyed the Blue Moon, slept under the Milky Way, but unfortunately, saw no dolphins.
Since we usually spend our weekend get away on the beaches, we took our own dolphin coloring along on our trip. The page was Dal, the 8th letter in the Arabic alphabet, which is represented by Dima.
Dima spends her days swimming under the Mediterranean Sea looking for treasures.
Other words that begin with Dal are dawa’ (medicine), daerah (circle), and deek (rooster).
You can also enjoy these Arabic letters and animals that have been done already –
- Arrnab Coloring Page
- Batreek Coloring Page
- Timsaah Coloring Page
- Thu’ban Coloring Page
- Herbaa Coloring Page
- Dalfeen Coloring Page
- Racoon Coloring Page
- Zaraafa Coloring Page
- Samakah Coloring Page
- Tawoos Coloring Page
- Faraasha Coloring Page
- Qird Coloring Page
- Llama Coloring Page
- Nimer Coloring Page
- Hirra Coloring Page
- Wahid Al Qarn
- Yamam Coloring Page
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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.