The Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten levels consist of three books for each stage: a student book, a workbook and a teacherâ€™s guide. Lessons for these two grades are built so that the three books are integrated and coordinated, where the student book contains 8 educational units, and each unit includes several lessons, each of which presents one Arabic letter. International Curricula Organization was keen on making the books within these two grades as family-friendly as possible, to enable children to interact and achieve the educational goals set out by the books. To achieve this, two delightfully childlike characters that live in realistic families appear in the books: the Bulbula figure in the Kindergarten books and the Katkoot figure for the Pre-Kindergarten books, both of which help bring the educational material closer to the hearts and minds of children. The Kindergarten books prepare the student for the elementary school level by including a variety of writing activities, thus enabling children to master the core language skills of reading, listening, speaking and writing.