During Ramadan, Muslims around the world fast from sunrise to sunset. Muslims follow a lunar calendar, a calendar that follows the phases of the moon. Every year Ramadan’s dates change. Ramadan may be 29 or 30 days and the dates change every year, moving ahead by approximately 11 days.
This year Ramadan starts on the evening of April 23, 2020. Use these easy Ramadan crafts for children to decorate your home or as part of a project to learn about Ramadan.
- Ramadan Crafts for Kids from KidsWorldCitizen.org
- 12 Beautiful Ramadan Crafts for Kids from ArtsyCraftsyMom.com
- A simple moon and stars paper plate craft from nurturestore.co.uk
- Make a Good Deed Jar for the month of Ramadan from InThePlayroom.com
- Use one of the printable worksheets to color and learn more about Ramadan from KarimasCrafts.com
Read about Islam and Ramadan
Check out this ebook about Muslim culture, or choose another from this ebook list!
Crescent moons and pointed minarets : a Muslim book of shapes written by Hena Khan, illustrated by Mehrdokht Amini
In simple rhyming text a young Muslim girl guides the reader through the traditions and shapes of Islam.
*Photos courtesy of H. Islam
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