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From fun crafts to cooking, there’s plenty to keep your kids busy with…
Ramadan is a time for reflection, doing good deeds and spending quality time together with our families. To help you get in the spirit, we’ve created a free-to-download 30-Day Ramadan Activity Calendar that you can print out and set up at home. All the suggested activities (which you can find on our app) will help introduce your little ones to some of the Holy Month’s beautiful traditions, and engage your kids in hands-on themed activities.
Download the free template here and check out some of the activities below. Have fun!
1. Crescent Moon & Star Rice Krispy Treats
2. Easy Paper Lantern
3. Moon Sighting Binoculars
Introduce your kids to the age-old tradition of moon-sighting to mark the arrival of The Holy Month. Not only is this a cool craft to make, but your kiddos will end up having an awesome new pair of binoculars.