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Persian School at home: Persian Numbers ۱۲۳۴۵

So you have our Englisi Farsi Numbers chart and you
want to apply what you have learnt to practice.
Some lesson plans
& top tips from Englisi Farsi's Chief enthusiast,
Mona Kiani 🦚 
Print and laminate sheet
place in a visible space that child passes regularly
Count to twenty in persian regularly pointing to each number
Familiarisation and continued exposure of Persian numbers and letters is important if they are not exposed to signage in their every day world.
0 : zero : sefr : صفر


Make Persian letters & numbers come to life!

Three easy steps


۱ Print the Englisi Farsi Persian Alphabet & Numbers printable

۲ Cover with baking paper and colour in shapes with texta/crayon

۳ * Use glue gun to trace over coloured letters to create a 3D figure

*Parental supervision Required*


 3. Reading the TIME 🕰 

 4. Play shop (practical addition for application in real life situations)

Set up an area with every day household items,

One person plays the shop keeper 

and the other person plays the customer

Place all items in basket

Add up total prices to help with number recognition and addition


5. Count your surroundings!

Make this part of your every day adventures with your child. 

Make it a game, if you are enthusiastic about it your kids will be too!

How many Tahdígs on your plate?

How many strawberries in your bowl?

How many cars on the road ..

How many dogs in the park ...

Count the stairs as you go up or down them

 Or make this cardboard Cookie Monster with numbered pompom "choc chips"

6. Play Monopoly 

Rolling the dice and learning to count in Persian by moving each figure and counting out loud in Persian the number of "moves" you have to go forwards. I used this to switch my sons counting back to Persian after he started kindy and wanted to speak English. 


7. Game: What's the Time Mr. Wolf? Sáat chande Áqáye gorg? 

Play the age old game of whats the time Mr. Wolf but in Persian!

Line up the kids on a marker and pick one "wolf" "gorg" to be 50meters infront facing away from the children.

The children on one side will call out to the "gorg", "Sáat chande Aqáye gorg?"

and he will respond

"sáat panje" and the children will have to take 5 steps closer to the wolf, they will continue to do this with varying number of steps depening on the "time"

when the wolf is ready he will turn around and try to tag as many of the kids as he can before they reach the marker on the other side of the room.

Great way to make learning numbers fun and interactive.

Best played with at least 4 children


7. Make a Persian Clock

Purchase an inexpensive play clock with no numbering on the face

Number from ۱ - ۱۲

Using the big and little hand to help show the time

Practice with different variations of time

discussing meal times and bedtimes in reference to the Persian time

Hours : Sáat : ساعت

Minutes : Daqíqe : دقیقه

Seconds : Sáníyeh : ثانیه

 8. Maths worksheets

You can apply your learning by practicing writing the numbers with simple arithmetic. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions.



. Music

Persian Numbers Song
Music is the greatest tool for memorisation.
I would recommend the 
I generally play this music in the background in the morning
when the kids are playing or having their breakfast