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Welcome! It’s going to be another at-home Ramadan it seems, but don’t worry we’re back with our ever-popular Kids Activity Kit. It’s got everything you need to help keep your kids busy in these weeks, and help your family prepare for this special month.
We’ve filled the Kid Activity Kit with exciting activities for all ages from crossword puzzles, colouring pages, and connect-the-dots, and many with an Islamic perspective! Use it to help your kids stay active during the next couple of weeks, and refresh their memories on the beautiful aspects of Ramadan.
We look forward to enjoying the blessings of this Ramadan with you again this year and InshaAllah overcoming these difficult times.
The Islamic Relief Canada Team
At a glance
1. Stay at Home Activities
2. Ramadan Activities
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Activity 1 – Wordsearch
Introduce important concepts through this fun activity. Have your kids search for keywords and phrases, and then discuss the importance of each.
Activity 2 – Crossword
This requires a bit of thinking, so it may be more suitable for older children. But definitely lots of fun to review terms and phrases.
Activity 3 – Arabic Alphabet Tracing
Help your children practice the Arabic alphabet by writing and tracing the letters. Let them use different colors and designs until practice makes perfect.
Activity 4 – English Alphabet Colouring
Sometimes, colouring is the best medicine for the soul. We won’t fault you if you decided to share the joy too!
Activity 5 – Find and Colour the Words Listed Below
It’s not tricky but maybe let them colour it first before finding the pictures.
Activity 6 – Colour and Cut this Tile
Let your children show their artistic skills by colouring this tile. Afterwards, cut it for them and decorate their rooms. It would be fun to create different patterns and designs too!
Activity 7 – Spring Bingo
You most probably will be dragged into this but nothing screams fun like a game of Bingo! Whoever gets their chips in one line first wins the round.
Activity 8 – Superpower Writing Piece
It’s time for you children to showcase their creativity, imagination and fearlessness! Let them decide on a superpower and see how they can help those around them by using it.
Activity 9 – Dots n’ Boxes
Simple but competitive! Connect the dots one line at a time and whoever completes the box puts their initial in it. The winner is the one who collects the most boxes.
Activity 10 – Designer T
Allow your children to show their fantastic design skills on this t-shirt and then write a short description about it. Let their imaginations go wild!
Activity 11 – Colour by Numbers
It’s a paint by numbers kinda deal – simple, fun and a great staple for their art “Wall of Fame”!
Activity 1 – Colour By Numbers
It’s a paint by numbers kinda deal – with a little bit of math worked in. We hope this gets the brain juices flowing!
Activity 2 – Word Search
Introduce important concepts through this fun activity. Have your kids search for keywords and phrases, and then discuss with them the importance of each.
Activity 3 – Fasting Chart
Reward your kids if they are able to keep up with their fasts. Celebrate each accomplishment and keep track of their fasts – with a starry sky!
Activity 4 – Colouring Activity – Mosque
Decorate this mosque by letting your kids add their own colours. You can go over the etiquettes of the mosque at the same time.
Activity 5 – Door Sign
A fun way to get up in the morning for suhoor. colour and create your own door hang!
Activity 6 – Ramadan Lamp
Decorate your house for Ramadan! Cut out these paper lanterns, decorate with colours, glitter and buttons. Then hang them up around the house.
Activity 7 – Ramadan Crossword
This requires a bit of thinking, so it may be more suitable for older children. But definitely lots of fun to review Islamic terms.
Activity 8 – Ramadan Kareem Sign
Welcome Ramadan into your house with this beautiful sign!
Bonus Activity – Sadaqa Box
Colour and decorate your own sadaqa box and give charity in the month of Ramadan.