Going through the internet to search for Ramadan resources for your children can be time consuming and can even get quite overwhelming (I’ve done it, I know!). So this is my humble attempt to collect together and share FREE beneficial resources that I have come across during my searches, so that perhaps I can save you some much needed time and energy during this blessed month!
Preparing for Ramadan (especially with kids!) can be fun and exciting and doesn’t have to feel like a stressful cumbersome task, insha’Allah some of these resources can help you towards achieving this. Use what you like and skip what you don’t, it’s as simple as that insha’Allah! Bismillah…
30 Days Activities for Children (one for each day of Ramadan)
Ramadan Workbooks for Children
A book introducing fasting to children (Age 9-14years) (rainbowofislam)
Ramadan activity book for kids (amuslimchildisborn)
My First Ramadan Pack (ummassadhomeschool)
Ramadhan Workbook (48 pages) (an nasihah -so colourful and lovely!)
Ramadan Crafts/Resources for Children
Ramadan Resources for Adults
Ramadan planning kit for adults (nicely presented too!)
Guide about ‘Making Dua’ during Ramadan (extremely comprehensive!)
Ramadan school dawah kit (scroll down to the bottom)
Other Useful Information/Links
Ramadhaan and Eid bunting, cards and cake toppers (amuslimhomeschool)
49 ways to get children involved in Ramadhaan (excellent article with links)
101 Funtastic Ramadan crafts and activities (muslimhomeschool blog)
How to make date pops (Healthy treat for the kids)
This is not an exhaustive list and if you spend some time on the internet you will soon notice there is so much available. Sometimes however, so much can be too much. Always reflect on the bigger picture and your end goal. Don’t worry so much about having the perfect Ramadan display and the perfect activity schedule planned for your kids. If you have put in sincere effort, have been present with your children and they ENJOY Ramadan, then alhamdulillah you have been successful in creating positive associations with Ramadan that will insha’Allah last with them for a lifetime.
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