Arabic Alphabet Card App is Here {Free Download}

I’m so excited to announce the Arabic Alphabet Animal App is now available for FREE download.

 

It’s official. A Crafty Arab is now a mom and pop operation!

 

My husband came to me two months ago and asked if I’d ever considered putting my Arabic Alphabet Animal Game Cards on an app.

 

“Of course,” I said. “It’s been a dream, but I have no money to hire a developer to make it for me.”

 

“I’ll try it,” he said and headed to our local library to research how.   And I fell in love with him all over again.

 

Now it’s live. Something that has been a goal for so long is physically in my daughter’s hands.  It’s beautiful to see the power of dua’a (prayer in Arabic) become a reality.

 

It’s design is simple and easy to use for little hands. It will hopefully entertain your kids and introduce them visually to the Arabic alphabet.

 

Download Arabic Alphabet Cards for free here.

 

If you are “old school” and would rather have your child hold the originals, be sure to check out the Arabic Alphabet Animal Game Cards on Amazon, and Zibbet.

 

You can also purchase the Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster, Arabic Alphabet Magnets and sign up for our mailing list to receive your free Arabic Alphabet Animal Coloring Pages.

 

We also recently released the Arabic Color Poster:

ArabicColorPoster
ACraftyArab Arabic Colors Poster.

 

Stay tuned for the Arabic Alphabet Animal Coloring Book coming out next. Plus the designs for the Arabic Shapes Poster and Arabic Numbers Poster have already been started.  If you are a retailer, A Crafty Arab will also be offering an affiliate program in the fall.

 

And who knows what my husband still has up his sleeve! Watch out world, he’s gone back to the library.

Legal talk:

Free Android apps from ACraftyArab use personalized advertising served via the Google Mobile Ads SDK (AdMob). AdMob uses the devices advertising id to serve personalized ads based on the users interests (which includes collecting and analyzing user data). For information on Google Ad personalization settings refer to www.google.com/settings/ads. Users may also want to review policies.google.com/privacy.

If you do not wish to have advertising, paid Android apps from ACraftyArab do not show ads and do not collect personalized data. Paid Android apps from teraKUHN may contain AdMob code, but that code is disabled. Paid Android apps from teraKUHN typically have a name including ‘No Ads’ or ‘Pro’

     Other than the use of AdMob and the collection of personalized data by Google and advertisers, ACraftyArab apps do not collect any other personalized data.

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A Crafty Arab Knolling {Gift}

Knolling is big right now all over social media.

Knolling is the process of placing similar items in parallel or 90 degree angles and taking a photo.

I thought it might be fun to try and gathered items from my studio.

The result is a mixture of crafts from past 30 Day Ramadan Crafty Challenges and
some of my products.

And Big Bird, because without him, there would be
no me. All in yellow, just like my living room.

A Crafty Arab Knolling

Although I took this photo back in July, I wasn’t able to post it due to my 30 Day Ramadan Crafty Challenge.

What would you put in your knolling photo?

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Arabic Colors Animal Poster is here!

Five years ago, I released a dream into the world that had taken 10 years to realize.

I created an Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster that was bright, fun, cheerful and happy for children to learn the Arabic language. From there, I went on to produce magnets and create a successful Kickstarter campaign for game cards.

The Arabic alphabet poster can now be found online, at locations around Seattle, Washington, the Arab American Museum in Dearborn, Michigan and the African Museum at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.

Today I’m excited to let everyone know that the dream continues with the release of the Arabic Colors Animal Poster©.

A Crafty Arab’s Arabic Color Animal Poster©

The new Arabic Colors Animal Poster features eleven of our animals from the original Animal poster, doing various activities with color. Each color is also written in Arabic in the color it represents. I will be working on a Parent Teacher Guide soon that will go with the poster to help with pronunciations and continue the story lines of each character.

 

Raisa the Racoon (raccoon in Arabic) is organizing her peas

The Arabic Colors Animal Poster has been in the planning and design stages for over a year now, going through some rigorous focus group discussions to come up with the design.

Gasem the Qird (monkey in Arabic) started in a box

I’m working on getting the poster added to my Amazon, and Zibbet shops soon. I just picked it up from the printers on Friday, so I haven’t even had a chance to put it up on my studio wall yet.  I really hope that people like it.

I promise it’s not going to be another 5 years before a new poster is revealed because drawings have already begun for the Arabic Numbers Animal Poster and Arabic Shapes Animal Poster.

Stay tuned!

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