I created the Let’s go for Hajj Activity Pack this week. It’s a printable pack that is perfect to learn the steps of Hajj through play.
In this post: What to pack for Hajj : Advice to make hajj more comfortable to avoid the frustration, minimize fatigue and not fall sick!
Here is another Ramadan Printable activity for you – Lantern Telling Time Activity Cards. Do your children know how to tell time? I have a 5 and 6 year old who are struggling. I created this Ramadan themed telling time puzzles that can help teach children about reading clocks.
Five Pillars of Islam Counting Cards. Can your children skip count? Here is a good Ramadan activity that helps children practice skip counting while learning about the Five Pillars of Islam.
Need a last minute Ramadan calendar? Here is a simple and free printable ramadan calendar with stickers that you can stick to count down to Eid! Also included are instructions to use it with a Cricut machine.
Inside: Children’s Books about Ramadan. Here are some of the best Ramadan books for kids – 30 Ramadan and Eid ul fitr stories that your child will love to read year after year.
Inside: Lantern Play dough Mats – a fun way to play with Play dough. It is for our Ramadan themed invitation to play. Make a decorate a lantern with our free playdough mats.
Crafts and Coloring Activities in Ramadan are a very easy way to teach children about the culture and traditions of this Holy Month. Here is a Ramadan and Eid Activity Book that I created just for you!
Have you started preparing for Ramadan? If you are overwhelmed and wondering where to start, this post is to help you tackle that right now. Let me help you take the stress out of Ramadan!
Inside: How to make a simple upcycled Denim purse from old jeans pants. We love recycling old stuff to craft and create around here. This is a kid made product. My 5 and 9 year old helped me make this cute little bag.