The Persian Alphabet Alef Báye Fársí
Children love learning about letters from a very early age. From learning the letters of the their name to sounding out letters on a menu/sign. Learning the Persian letters [Farsi letters] in Persian is one of the easiest and simplest ways to introduce your child to learning Persian. It helps them make sense of the world.
Scientifically proven to successfully introduce your child to learning
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So you have our Englisi Farsi Alphabet Book and you
want to apply what you have learnt to practice.
Some lesson plans
& top tips from Englisi Farsi's Chief enthusiast,
Mona Kiani 🦚
Read the Persian Alphabet book as pre reading
In all of these activities you should aim to read and repeat the letters that you learnt
with your child in everyday settings. The more often they hear the word the greater the chance of retention and recollection.
Familiarise your family with the FULL Persian Alphabet INCLUDING the
LONG & SHORT VOWELS that are always omitted!
Make Persian letters & numbers come to life!
Three easy (but time-consuming 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. Write their Names in Persian
Kids love to recognise their own names in English as well as Persian
Use card and write clearly their name on one or two pieces of card
Ask your child to replicate the Persian letters onto their own card
let them decorate with colours, stickers and stamps
My son proudly exclaims that he can write his name in Persian on all his persian worksheets!
Ari / آری
Its adorable! And it means he can recognise the letters
Using these laminated letters you can re create different Persian words and Names.
Persian Alphabet 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