Review: My Ramadan Fun Book

I remember as a child looking forward to Ramadan simply because I could stay up late and eat at random times in the evening with my dad, especially in the summer months. I used to fast…but did I truly understand why? No not really; it was just something I was told about and just did as everyone else was fasting.

But these days there are so many resources out there that can help teach your child about Ramadan and make it fun and exciting. One of these resources is the ‘My Ramadan Fun Book’.

My Ramadan Fun Book

Islamic Fun books are designed to help children learn more about Islam in a creative and interesting manner. The books contain imaginative and interesting activities and illustrations to attract the attention of young children. Parents and teachers will find such books useful in teaching todays’s children about Islamic beliefs and practices.

The fun book contains 39 pages of activities which include wordsearches, crosswords, colouring and more. The activities even encourage children to research ayats and think of the bigger picture, for example thinking about hunger around the world.

Video Review

As there has been a lot of interest about this book I have done a quick video on it, showing all the pages.

This would be perfect for the children at Ramadan to learn more about Ramadan and keep them occupied during the holy month in sha Allah.

We were sent this book as part of being ambassadors for Mini Muslim Playground. However all opinions are our own. If you wish to purchase it you can do so at Mini Muslim Playground, priced at £3.25. Alternatively it is available from Amazon: My Ramadan Fun Book. (affiliate link).

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10 Comments

  1. May 5, 2017 / 12:37 pm

    The book of yours is very creative thought giving pictures to feel the hunger is great. I love your presentation style. Simple and neat.

  2. May 5, 2017 / 3:33 pm

    Thanks for reviewing this Ramadan book for children, glad to see that there are more options for children’s reading and activities around Ramadan

  3. Fatima
    May 5, 2017 / 8:39 pm

    I also believe that colours and better quality paper always attracts the attention of the kids more. Black and white makes things boring for them, but this book does seem educational and a great help to inculcate the importance of Ramadan in the minds of our children.

  4. May 6, 2017 / 4:10 am

    How I would love to be a child again! Especially, under a different circumstance… That I’m a Muslim. This would have been fun…

  5. May 6, 2017 / 9:04 pm

    such a good resource, But i believe this must be appropriate for children aged above 5/6 years?
    I loved the ideas and I am thinking to do something similar for kids under 5. Maybe some crafts and home decorations etc.

    but Insha Allah soon we will purchase and use this book too 🙂

  6. May 7, 2017 / 3:29 am

    Thanks for sharing…very intresting

  7. May 7, 2017 / 4:32 pm

    This book looks amazing, maa shaa Allah! So important to teach the little ones the meaning behind fasting so that they grow up with it in their hearts =)

  8. May 7, 2017 / 4:59 pm

    How I wish we had such options when we were kids

  9. May 20, 2017 / 2:19 pm

    I’m glad someone has compiled a book together as previously i used to make my own Ramadan fun for kids which is very important for a good upbringing and at this time of year I get so busy with flux of calls from people who want Islamic counselling

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