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Looking for support, suggestions, and online Arabic meet-ups? We’ve got all 3! Contact us on Telegram to join our group for moms learning Arabic from around the world. We host a weekly Arabic meet-up for beginners. Come learn to love learning Arabic!

Welcome to Fusha House

Fusha House is a website dedicated to helping moms create Arabic speaking homes. We give you the tools to learn Arabic at home and gain the confidence you need to teach your kids.


Read the Blog

We post weekly lessons and Arabic speaking motivation. Click below to read the latest.

Explore Ideas

We are working to gather the most complete list of resources for moms to study Arabic at home.

Study with Us

We've launched an online course for moms who want to learn the language of the Quran and Sunnah while teaching their kids.

Get Your Kids Involved

Our lessons on the blog and our online course always have questions to help you engage your children. Even better, let your kids watch the lessons and ask you the questions.

Celebrate Eid in Arabic!

If you’re looking for a fun way to bring Arabic into your daily life, be sure to grab our free Arabic Mornings printable.

It includes a speaking guide and three pages of everyday verbs that you can practice around the house.

Signup below to get your free Eid Games Printable delivered to your inbox.

New to Learning Arabic at Home?

I've Never Studied Before

If you’re new, start with our speaking lessons. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to read, just follow the audios and start speaking today!

Click here to go straight to Lesson 1.

Have fun and let me know if there are any other topics you’d like to start speaking about in Arabic.

I'm Ready to Go on My Own

Adding vocabulary on your own is a great way to speed up your Arabic journey. It doesn’t take as much time as you might think.

If you’re ready, check out these posts with great tips for building your vocabulary. There’s one for beginners and one for intermediate learners.

I Need Some Motivation

Don’t we all. I’ve been studying Arabic for literally 30 years and I still get nervous when I have to speak Arabic.

Check out our Study Skills section for tips, tricks, and most of all, encouragement for speaking more Arabic at home. I’ll be updating this regularly. Be sure to let me know if there are any topics that you’d like to see here.

My Kids Don't Want to Learn!

Fortunately, kids don’t really know what they want most of the time. Kids are extremely fickle, which is why they have you, Alhamdulillah.

I believe that kids will follow your lead. Just focus on making Arabic a normal and natural part of your life. Your kids will soon love speaking Arabic.