Arabic Coloring Page…Saad is for Saqr {Printable}

I am continuing to convert the animals from my Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster into a coloring book.

This post is all about the Saad (ṣād) is represented by Salih the Saqr, which is how you say hawk in Arabic.  

Salih tries to tell the truth to everyone he meets. 

Other words that use Saad are suffara (whistle), sandooq (box), and salon (living room).

You can also enjoy these past animals that have been done already –

Arnab Coloring Page

Batreek Coloring Page

Timsaah Coloring Page

Thu’ban Coloring Page

Jamal Coloring Page


Herbaa Coloring Page

Khaffash Coloring Page

Dalfeen Coloring Page

Dhi’b Coloring Page

Racoon Coloring Page


Zaraafa Coloring Page

Samakah Coloring Page

Shebl Coloring Page


Defda’a Coloring Page


Tawoos Coloring Page 


‘Ankaboot Coloring Page

Ghurab Coloring Page

Faraasha Coloring Page

Qird Coloring Page

Llama Coloring Page

Ma’ez Coloring Page


Nimer Coloring Page

Hirra Coloring Page

Wahid Al Qarn


Yamam Coloring Page

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Arabic Initial Papier-Mâché {Tutorial}

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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.

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Arabic Coloring Page…Kaf is for Kalb {Printable}

I am almost finished converting the animals from my Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster into a coloring book.

This post is all about the letter Kaf (kāf) is represented by Karam the Kalb, which is dog in Arabic

Karam runs a store that never makes any money because he is always giving his items away. 

Other words that use Kaf are Karaz (cherry), and Kukh (shed), and Kura (ball).

You can also enjoy these past animals that have been done already –

Arnab Coloring Page

Batreek Coloring Page

Timsaah Coloring Page

Thu’ban Coloring Page

Jamal Coloring Page

Herbaa Coloring Page

Khaffash Coloring Page

Dalfeen Coloring Page

Dhi’b Coloring Page

Racoon Coloring Page

Zaraafa Coloring Page

Samakah Coloring Page

Shebl Coloring Page

Defda’a Coloring Page

Tawoos Coloring Page 

‘Ankaboot Coloring Page

Ghurab Coloring Page

Faraasha Coloring Page

Qird Coloring Page

Llama Coloring Page

Ma’ez Coloring Page

Nimer Coloring Page

Hirra Coloring Page

Wahid Al Qarn

Yamam Coloring Page

Please subscribe to our newsletter to get the first three animals from the coloring book for free.

I do not sell your email or use it for anything other then to let you know when a new blog post has come out. You are welcome to unsubscribe at any time. Of course, this means you will miss other posts on how to learn Arabic, like

Arabic Initial Papier-Mâché {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.

Arabic Coloring Page…Kha is for Khaffash {Printable}

I am still continuing to convert the animals from my Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster into a coloring book.

This post is all about the Kha (khā’) is represented by Kalilah the Khaffash, which is how you say bat in Arabic.  

Kalilah looks out for all her friends at night to keep them safe. 

Other words that use Kha are Khass (lettuce), Khadd (cheek), and Khaitan (sting).

You can also enjoy these past animals that have been done already –

Arnab Coloring Page

Batreek Coloring Page

Timsaah Coloring Page

Thu’ban Coloring Page

Jamal Coloring Page

Herbaa Coloring Page

Dalfeen Coloring Page

Dhi’b Coloring Page

Racoon Coloring Page

Zaraafa Coloring Page

Samakah Coloring Page

Shebl Coloring Page

Defda’a Coloring Page

Tawoos Coloring Page 

‘Ankaboot Coloring Page

Ghurab Coloring Page

Faraasha Coloring Page

Qird Coloring Page

Llama Coloring Page

Ma’ez Coloring Page

Nimer Coloring Page

Hirra Coloring Page

Wahid Al Qarn

Yamam Coloring Page

Please subscribe to our newsletter to get the first three animals from the coloring book for free.

I do not sell your email or use it for anything other then to let you know when a new blog post has come out. You are welcome to unsubscribe at any time. Of course, this means you will miss other posts on how to learn Arabic, like

Arabic Initial Papier-Mâché {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.