Muharram Takes its name because fighting is prohibited during it. Safar Takes its name from sifr,which means to be empty, because the trails that the Arabs used for travel and business were empty because the sacred months had ended and fighting returned. Rab'l al -Awal Took their names from rab'i al-'ashab (dense gas) because it grew during these two months Jumad al -Awal &
Islamic Calendar - going to use this as a reference to help us do the Islamic months sequencing. Also for kids to notice and see the Arabic writing, talk about different languages and begin to understand Arabic is an important language in Islam.
The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final). http://www.sakkal.com/Arab_Calligraphy_Art1.html