Ramadan Activities

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Inside a Mosque
Inside a Mosque
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Inside a Mosque
Celebrate Ramadan by recreating a scene depicting the inside of a mosque. Your kid will marvel at the beautiful stained glass effect of the finished project.
1st grade
Social studies
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Islamic Tile Art
Islamic Tile Art
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Islamic Tile Art
Explore geometry, patterns, and history by creating pretty decorative Islamic tile art.
4th grade
Social studies
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Crescent Moon and Star
Crescent Moon and Star
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Crescent Moon and Star
Celebrate Ramadan by creating a crescent moon and star...out of stars! This craft is the perfect way to introduce your child to an important national symbol.
1st grade
Social studies
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Mosque Pictures
Mosque Pictures
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Mosque Pictures
Teach your child about the importance and peacefulness of Ramadan as she gets creative drawing domes, minarets and prayer halls.
2nd grade
Social studies
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The Blue Mosque
The Blue Mosque
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The Blue Mosque
Sultan Ahmed Mosque is often referred to as the Blue Mosque. In this activity, your kid will build his own Blue Mosque just in time for Ramadan!
4th grade
Social studies
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Moroccan Hanging Lanterns
Moroccan Hanging Lanterns
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Moroccan Hanging Lanterns
Help your child create her own version of a Moroccan lantern to give her room an Arabian nights feel!
3rd grade
Social studies
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Almond Dukkah
Almond Dukkah
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Almond Dukkah
In Muslim culture, Ramadan is a month long celebration dedicated to purifying the soul. Enjoy a delicious snack, and learn more about this holiday!
5th grade
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Badam Sharbat
Badam Sharbat
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Badam Sharbat
In Muslim culture, the ninth month of the calendar year is a celebration called Ramadan. Make badam sharbat, a traditional drink made during Ramadan!
4th grade
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Ramadan Activities

Celebrate and explore the traditions of Ramadan with these creative and colorful projects and activities. Give your child a delicious taste of Muslim culture by helping them whip up a batch of almond dukkah or badam sharbat, or allow them to explore geometry, colors, and history by crafting Islamic tile art, recreating The Blue Mosque, or creating their own crescent moon art.