Ramadan Activities for School
Your lovely ideas have started pouring in! Here is what one mum did in school:
“Last week we visited my daughters class for a Ramadhan presentation. We started by introducing Ramadhan, why and how we fast. Then I spoke to the kids about how they can fast with their bodies.
Kids were encouraged to come up and label the card board cut out of a girl. Mouth – tell the truth, hands, share etc…
Next all the kids made a good deed spinner – each section had one good deed. The idea was to spin each morning and see what deed they will concentrate on that day.
Finally we played a what’s behind the squares game. Here the kids had to try and figure out what was behind the squares. Kajoor, a mosque, someone visiting the sick etc. Each time the picture was revealed we talked about the significance. The final picture was one of their class which made them laugh!
Then we handed out moon shaped biscuits and Ramadhan party bags.”