Ramadan Calendars and 30 Good Deeds

I always say that we have to make Ramadan fun for the children as well…..especially living in the west where you don’t always get the Ramadan atmosphere. In general I have been trying to make Islam fun for the girls. A few months ago I started a Good Deed Jar with the girls. So whenever they did a good deed a marble would be added to the jar and once it was full they would get a joint treat.Good Deed Jar I purposefully did not do a jar each as I wanted them to work together to do this.

However for Ramadan we are going to mix it up a bit.

Each year I do a Ramadan Calendar, whether it is purchased or made. If we make it then I like to get the girls involved in making it. One year I got the eldest to decorate some paper cups and in side each one we added a treat and a fact about Islam. 

And last year I got the girls to decorate some paper lanterns and pinned them to a board. In each lantern there was a treat again and a good deed for them to do.

This year I am digging out a box we had purchased and simply adding some treats to it and a good deed for each day.  Although I would prefer to have them help make something as it is more fun for them rather than buy something or make it myself, with our unexpected trip abroad it has left less time to be creative.

Downloadable 30 Good Deeds

I have written out 30 good deeds for them to do in Ramadan and as promised in my good deed post back in March, have added them as a printable to the bottom of the post. All you have to do is print them out, cut them out and either add them to your calendar or to a jar where they can pick one each day.




In sha Allah I hope these help you make Ramadan fun and exciting for your children and help make it a productive Ramadan for them also.






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