When we first moved into this house I vowed that I would keep all the charts and homeschool projects to the dining room walls and not put pictures and such all over the house. However, as I began to run out of wall space in the dining room, maps, charts and art work began to spill into the next room (which we call the middle room). When I was ready to teach my young ones how to read, I took over one iddy biddy wall in the front room and thought to myself this is it! No more walls…it stops here. Well today as I put up the children’s Arabic alphabet collage and mosaic projects in the front room over my bedroom door, I decided to give in and accept that the teacher in me will not allow a wall to go bare in this house lol. So I accept and embrace my fate- a house which resembles a classroom full of charts, art and wacky science projects. 🙂
That being said, I present to you the Arabic alphabet craft that made it official……
Tada! We made Arabic alphabet collages and mosaic art, Alhumdulilah.
I used a this paper cutter to make the strips.
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