Counting & History of Arabic Numbers (Tareq wa Shireen's Educational Standard Arabic for Children)
The Counting theme aims to introduce children to counting and numbers by acknowledging the history of numbers, recognizing numbers from one to ten, visualizing the value of each number, and sequencing numbers in ascending order. Join Tareq wa Shireen in their magical journey back in time and learn how to count by meeting famous historical Pioneers.
-------- A children s cartoon DVD series in Arabic created by Arabs for Arabs. Educational and entertaining for children ages 3 - 8 years old. Currently used in schools and classrooms all across the Arab world.
-------- Tareq Wa Shireen is the first of its kind, Arabic children's cartoon series that is delivered 100% in the Classical Arabic Language. This child centered Arabic DVD series offers a unique blend of education and entertainment of children from ages of 3-8.
---------- The Tareq wa Shireen series is the first of its kind, and is ideal for families raising their children fluent in Arabic. TWS consists of 13 themes In each episode Tareq and Shireen and their group of friends have fun exploring the different subjects with singing and music, imagination and curiosity.
The story lines reinforce positive behavior, good deeds, love and understanding. The stories introduce our Arabian ancestors and teach children positive values, history through fables, norms and traditions, love for the land, and acceptance of others regardless of ethnicity and differences.
The characters model different backgrounds, that portray the diversity within the Arab culture, socioeconomic conditions, gender and age. The episodes focus on problem solving skills, discovery learning, and using their imaginations.
The themes were researched and developed by a team of bilingual education specialists. The design is illustrated based on Arab features, traditional dress, character design, background design, music, and classical Arabic language. Rubicon is proud of its quality production its being designed and produced by Arabs for Arabs.