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Mini Masjid: ahlan wa sahlan Ya Ramadan

Mini Masjid: ahlan wa sahlan Ya Ramadan

This year we decided to turn a large part of the children's room into a mini masjid as on going Ramadan activity where the kids can pray, practice quran, sing nasheed with friends and read stories inside of. This project was highly inspired by my1stmasjid.com who makes the coolest masjids for children. Please check them out! Everyone had a role in building our masjid  and it was done for less than 100 kr /15 usd. Even the children living next door wanted to contribute First we went to the shops nearby and got lots of old boxes. We used thick...

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Painting and Decorating Ramadan Stars

Painting and Decorating Ramadan Stars

As a fun Ramadan activity you can paint and decorate our wood ornaments.  Use any type of paint suitable for wood, and depending on how much work you want to put into it, you can sand them (remember to wipe afterwards) , use primer before painting and afterwards use a sealer/ top coat for protection. For the stars below we just used spray nothing else: When the paint was dry our little helpers decorated the stars with glitter and stickers: Try to explain 'less is more' to a 4 year old: For this project we used our wooden FEZ (click here) and ALHAMBRA...

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Ramadan Moon Clock

Ramadan Moon Clock

The last 2 years our girls had lots of fun with our homemade Ramadan Clock. 'Mum where is the Ramadan Clock?'  they already asked. 'It's supposed to hang on the door'. So this year we made it as a free printable for everyone to use and benefit from bi'idnillah. The Ramadan Clock can be used as a fun way to  involve children in the Ramadan nights and to teach them about the lunar calendar. It's an easy way for children to understand when and why the Month of Ramadan begin and ends. When able to go and watch the moon...

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Ramadan Patterns

Ramadan Patterns

Create your own Ramadan patterns with our acrylic stars (and sticky fix). Mix ALHAMBRA and FEZ in size and color. Just add some thin lines of sticky fix to the star and place it on the wall.   You might need some help from your children on this project. (Be aware of the material on which you attach the stars and if it could leave unwanted marks)  

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Mix and Match

Mix and Match

You can mix and match our star ornaments FEZ and ALHAMBRA in color, size and material. At the end of this post you can see a video where we show how to tie the stars together. Above we used a large light green FEZ (find it here) and a medium  ALHAMBRA in dark green (here).  Using different materials also looks great!  We placed a medium FEZ metal star (find it here) between a small and large wood FEZ (here). How to do it:   Pull the string through the hole in the inner star and tie a knot Then pull the strings through...

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