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  • Ramadhan Activities

    To help the children understand and gain as much reward as possible during ramadhan here is a list of projects that parents or teachers can do in their Islamic studies and art lessons.

    1. “Why I love Ramadhan”.

    Write a short piece on “Why I love Ramadhan”. The work sheet is on the blog.

    2. Ramadhan book

    Each child will have a book that they can put their work in during the weeks. You will need to have this prepared before hand.

    3. Ramadhan Display

    Every class/child can produce a colourful display for their bedroom/classroom. The display should include written work and pictures produced by the children.

    4. Art lessons

    Art lessons/time are to be used for Ramadhan art projects.

    5.   Ramadhan Class/family Presentation

    Prepare Ramadhan presentations to be shown at assembly time/tea time. You can choose  age appropriate topics .

    6. Preparation for Eid

    Kids should make cards and a gift for their parents. Set a date for eid party make invitations, list of games,decorations and a menu. Kids can help prepare the food, keep it as healthy as possible.

  • June 28th, 2009fariFun Activities, Ramadhan Resources

    I love ramadhan

    Worsheet for kids to write their thoughts on why they love ramadhan. Can be used at the beginning of ramadhan to get kids to reflect on the meaning of ramadhan.

  • June 27th, 2009fariRamadhan Resources

    Ramadhan Reminder Frame!

    Parents have the responsibility of explaining to children the importance of Ramadhan.  Fasting is one of the many ways we worship Allah (swt) it also one of the five pillars of Islam. The following activity will help your children understand and remember why we fast.

    Things you need:

    • Glue
    • Scissors
    • A4 paper (plain/ coloured)
    • Frame to put final picture in and hang in room
    • Varity of material for decoration purposes: Glitter, beads, sequins, etc
    • Colouring pens/ pencils
    • Selection of hadiths and ayahs related to ramadhan
    • Islamic pictures from old Eid cards, Islamic calendars, wall pictures, etc

    What to do:

    1. Using a sheet of A4 paper, draw an outline of a mosque or prayer mat.
    2. Have a selection of simple to understand hadiths/ ayahs related to ramadhan ready, preferably as a photocopied version. Choose a hadith/ ayah which they really like and can remember easily, they can write the ayah/hadith in the centre of the picture they have already drawn out. Or they can cut out and stick the ayah/hadith.
    3. Cut out the picture from its outline and stick onto a sheet of coloured A4 paper using glue.
    4. Decorate the final picture using glitter, beads, sequins, etc. Have an A4 sized picture frame ready and after the picture has dried put it into the frame.
    5. They can put the framed picture in an area of their room where they can see the picture clearly during the month of Ramadhan, helping them to remember what Ramadhan is about and the importance of this month.
    6. Your child could make a few frames and give them as gifts to their friends at the beginning of Ramadan.

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