Ramadan and Eid Activities for Kids

My kids are all under 10 years old so they don’t really understand what Ramadan is yet. These Ramadan and Eid Activities for Kids are so helpful to explain to them the timeframe of Ramadan and then their excitement builds as Eid approaches.

Ramadan and Eid Activities for Kids

These Ramadan activities for kids are so special because they teach our children what the holy month of Ramadan is all about before we get to the fun holiday. Ramadan cleanses ones soul and gives a person time for reflection and renewal of faith. At the end of the month, the holiday of Eid is when Muslims celebrate the end of the month of fasting.

Eid is such a special holiday when we are thankful for our family and friends and give gifts to the kids. We have a special meal and spend the day relaxing and being together. These Ramadan and Eid Activities for Kids are some good ways to explain Ramadan and help them be involved in the holy month as well as getting ready for Eid!

ramadan bingo

Eid Mubarak Bingo Game – Set of 18

Ramadan bingo game is easy to play and will entertain all your guests. Play at home with traditional bingo rules or take out with your group and play alternative bingo option.

craft it up book

Craft it up this Ramadan and Eid

Have fun creating over 40 recyclable crafts into things you love

Craft it up this Ramadan and Eid is an exciting new Islamic craft book which encourages parents and children to come together and get creative with over 40 inspiring recyclable crafts! Ideal for Muslim children 6 years +, this craft book allows children to unleash their creativity and become great artists at their own individual level. But that’s not all! Craft it up this Ramadan and Eid helps children understand the meaning behind Islamic culture, traditions and festivities in an entirely fun awesome way!

Ramadan Eid Paper Party Crackers

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These festive paper crackers are filled up with individually-wrapped morsels of Turkish nougat and date balls. You can also fill them with gold chocolate coins as a nod to the tradition of Eid money.

Ramadan Fruit Kebobs
One of Ramadan’s traditions is to break fast with dates; for a fun twist, fashion dates into wonderful fruit kebobs!

Ramadan Paper Chain
Ramadan is known as the month of blessed nights; create a paper chain garland with a celestial vibe to fit the occasion. It’s a graceful way to add some festivity to your home and a fun Ramadan activity for kids!

Top 10 Ramadan Books for Kids
Here is a great way to get your kids into the ‘Ramadan spirit’, create special memories and our own traditions.

10 Things to Tell Your Kids about Ramadan
This title says it all. Use these 10 things to explain all about Ramadan to your children.

My 30 Days of Ramadan: Activity and Coloring Workbook about Islam

This creative new activity book — My 30 Days of Ramadan — takes children on a journey through Ramadan, engaging them each day in fun activities while introducing and reinforcing basic concepts of Islam. This workbook uses coloring pages, word searches, word scrambles, matching, and crosswords to challenge and entertain kids. The Ramadan activities for kids are perfect for elementary aged children.

100% of net profits from this book’s sales go to organizations that work to improve living conditions and education for children. You can see where current proceeds are going by visiting www.My30DaysofRamadan.com

Ramadan Date Jars

Ramadan Date Jars

This is a sweet way to share your excitement with those you love while asking them to keep you in their du’aas when they break their fast.

Ramadan Printables

Find printables here for Ramadan countdown calendars, good deed trees, and fasting charts.

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  1. These are so interesting. We have no religion but I think it is important children know about all the religions in the world so will keep this to show my boy. Thanks for joining in #littlemakes

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