Little Flock Christian School offers foreign language for all our students. We are committed to preparing our students for the global economy by seizing the opportunity to teach foreign language when learning is optimal. Families have the choice of either Arabic or Spanish.

All grades will have two Arabic sessions each week for 30 minutes.
The Goals for learning Arabic
(The five C's of Arabic language study)
1- Communication
2- Cultures
3- Connections
4- Comparisons
5- Communities

Teaching Aides
Flash cards
Visuals aids
Arabic movies (i.e. Veggie Tales, Sesame Street, Barney)
Curriculum Books

Iqra' Arabic reader (level one)
Ahlan wa sahlan (Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Beginners)
Alif Baa with DVDs (Introduction to Arabic letters and sounds
Different kinds of activities books and Arabic stories

"I was thrilled to find that GSCA not only offered foreign language twice a week, but that it even offered Arabic. Though our children had never studied Arabic before, my husband and I chose to enroll them both in Arabic because we saw this as an exceptional opportunity to learn one of the world’s most in-demand languages. Thanks to the excellent and patient instruction of Mrs. Zaki, our children were reading and writing in Arabic script as well as reciting the Lord’s Prayer in Arabic by the end of the second quarter. I am especially thankful for the opportunity for them to learn Arabic from an instructor who loves the Lord Jesus and chooses the curriculum material carefully to make certain that it honors Christ. " K-5 parent




All grades will have two Spanish sessions each week for 30 minutes.
Curriculum and Worktext : Pasaporte al Spañol BJU PRESS.

Bible: Children learn verses shown in bilingual Bible developed for young ages.

Dynamic: Songs, games, flash cards, books, board, pictures, worksheets appropriates for each grade.

Special Projects  HISPANIC MONTH ( OCTOBER ) During this month, your child is going to learn about different Hispanic countries. At the end of this month, each grade is going to have the opportunity to share what they did and learned about Hispanic countries.