Ramadan is less than a week away, and I have to admit, I’m starting to feel like I’m scrambling a bit to get things ready for the kids to really get a positive experience out of this month, in sha Allah! With iftar around 9pm, Amatullah and possibly Aamina won’t even be awake, so I need to add things into the earlier parts of our day to make Ramadan kid-friendly. Of course I want them to see the increased worship we do during Ramadan, but what is more apparent to them are decorations, and in my essential Ramadan decorations list, I shared some of my favorites.
Now, to go along with the Rockets and Robots Eid countdown calendar on that list, I made some Ramadan reminder cards to include in the daily bags. What can you do with the Ramadan reminder cards?
- For older kids, do memory work, dictation, or copywork with the hadith or ayah
- Younger kids can paste the ayah or hadith on a paper plate and decorate it
- Have a family discussion circle each day about the topic covered
- Create Ramadan greeting cards using some of the ahadith or ayat
Download your Ramadan reminder cards here!