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Ramadan Craft Party

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I recently hosted a Ramadan Craft Party for the Cookie Monster and his friends. It aligned with two of the activities on our Ramadan Calendar, ‘make a masjid picture’ and ‘do a craft with a friend’.

I wrote about it on the My Ramadan Fun site, check it out here How to Host a Ramadan Craft Party.

Ramadan craft party image (Large)Thank you to everyone that came out. I hope it was as much fun for you as it was for us.

By on July 18th, 2014

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    • Thanks. Btw, this is what I was referring to when you asked for kids Eid party ideas. You could definitely do this for an Eid party as well πŸ™‚

  1. I love all of these ideas! Unfortunately with everything that happened these past few weeks I haven’t been able to do so much for Ramadan for Zuni. I love all of these ideas and hope to be able to try them once things get better InshAllah πŸ™‚

    • JazakAllah Henna. I can imagine, I’m sure you’ll have a chance to do things with him in time when things settle, in shaa Allah πŸ™‚

  2. My daughter’s childcare have been very responsive to sharing the concept of Ramadan with the other children in care. Just this morning, they asked me if I could think of any “activities” the kids could do together. I suggested star and moon cookies and said I would put my thinking cap on for other ideas….. I have emailed them the link to this post. I can’t wait to see what they decided to do….. (Jess if you are reading this, the prayer mats are soooo cute, do that with the kids!!!!)


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