Arabic Learning Resources > Arabic TV Movies and Cartoon Resources
Arabic TV shows, Movies, and Cartoons are an excellent way to practice your listening comprehension. Cartoons are a great starting point because they are usually slower so kids can understand what is being said.
View the resources below.
|Fairy Tale Cartoons
|Fairy Tales in Fusha with English Subtitles
|A plethora of Islamic Cartoons in Arabic (fusha) with English subtitles.
|Arabic children cartoons to help with learning Arabic
|Contains a list of cartoon in Arabic
|Arabic news channel provided by BBC
|Aljazeera's website dedicated to helping you understand Arabic.
|News videos in Fusha Arabic that makes for great listening practice.
|TV channel based out of Jordan that has programming in Fusha and various dialects (depending on the show).
|Omar Ibn Khattab Series
|A Historical movie about Omar Ibn Khattab. Great for Islamic history and improving your skills in Fusha.
|A free service that allows you to view videos of people speaking Arabic. You can filter by difficulty and dialect.
|Arabic Cartoon Network on Youtube
|All of the cartoons are in Fusha. Videos that have real people speaking are usually in their local dialects.
|Lion of the Desert
|The famous movie dubbed in Fusha Arabic.
|Series in Fusha about Udai bin Rabia who was a great poet and warrier from Arabia.
|Movie in Fusha about Saladin.
|Lady Bug TV
|Cartoons in Fusha.