Ramadan Activities

With Ramadan only weeks away, now is the time to do all that meal planning, preparing activities for the kiddies and perhaps even buy all those Eid gifts and outfits, so that you're not having to think about it through the blessed month.

Our Home Ed is quite relaxed and we spend it mostly reading, doing craft activities and sharing food with neighbours and the local community.

We start the day with a craft activity and reading books. Here are the first 20 days of activities from last year, for more ideas see the post I wrote here.


Day 1) Making Ramadan Bookmarks



Day 2: Ramadan Moon & Star fruit kebabs



Day 3: Foil tin Art



Day 4: Making Ramadan Crowns



Day 5: Writing Ramadan Poems


Day 6: Reading words on Moons hidden in water beads (sensory play activity)


Day 7: Making Date Loaf (recipe here)


Day 8: Planning a meal for Iftar


Day 9: Dessert made by the kiddies for iftar (recipe here)



Day 10: Keeping Ramadan Journals




Day 10: Making Masjid Sun Catchers


Day 11: Making Ramadan Moon and Stars in a salt tray


Day 12: Cutting activity to make the R for Ramadan


Day 13: Learning and colouring Duas (prayers)


Day 14: Making a Masjid (Mosque) for role-play


Day 15: Pointillism Art - Painting Masaajid (Mosques)




Day 16: Making a Masjid (Mosque) from a paper bag



Day 17: Making Ramadan signs



Day 18: Masjid (Mosque) sponge Art


Day 19: Painting on Foil


Day 20: Making sweet cones to give out to the local kiddies



Don't forget to follow us over on Instagram to see what we get up to in Ramadan 2018!!!!

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