Ramadan starts in early May in 2019 and traditionally features the new moon, stars and lanterns in it’s celebration. If you’re celebrating or learning about Ramadan and Eid with your children, here are some great ideas for you.
Ramadan crafts for kids
:: There are many ways your children can join in with the decorating. Perhaps the simplest is to make a paper lantern. This version uses an interesting oil and water art technique the kids can try.
:: Or you could make a tissue paper lantern
:: or this beautiful lantern with a bead handle
:: Ramadan begins when the new moon appears, and your children can learn all about the phases of the moon
:: and you’ll find all sorts of moon activities here
:: You could make a moon mobile
:: enjoy some hands-on, sensory play with a puffy paint moon
:: or make this crescent moon and star Ramadan craft
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