Discover the arabic language, art and culture with fun and well-designed toys
My name is Hanna. I have always been amazed by the beauty and the complexity of the arab art and architecture.
I live in France with my Tunisian husband. We are a multicultural family with two little trilingual sons (French + Arabic + Hungarian).
Like all parents we would like our sons to have the best education. It's very important for us that they learn our mother tongues and discover the treasures of our cultures.
Unfortunately for Arabic language, we could not find good quality products that have excellent content and fine design.
Therefore I decided to create them with the help of my husband and arabic teachers.
Educational toys helping children to appreciate the treasures of this cultural heritage, and helping parents to teach Arabic language in an educational, playful and attractive way.
The Daradam brand is born today after one and a half year of hard work, lots of exchange and great experiences with parents and teachers.
By now, we have developed three products :
ARABICUBES : wooden blocks that help to learn writing in Arabic
- to understand all the forms letters can have and to choose the right one,
- to actually compose real words thanks to the big number of blocks available : 48!
- to manipulate wooden cubes and discover classical patterns.
ARABICOUPLES : card game that helps kids to learn about the 22 countries of the Arab League, their flags and traditional costumes. A great educational material to start a quality discussion and to widen your children/students vocabulary.
It's played with the Old Maid rules. Don't keep the Scorpion!
CHKOBBAKIDS : inspired from a much loved card game in Tunisia.
You will need to collect a maximum of cards by counting, adding (1 to 10), and playing in a team.
A very dynamic game that will make you discover the numbers used in the Middle East.
Your whole family can play these two card games even if you don't speak Arabic.
With your help the DARADAM toys will be available on Internet and in specialized bookstores and shops.