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FREE Ramadan Resources for ADULTS

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UPDATED: 2021
As Maise Carter stated: “Ramadan is a great time to involve children in the beliefs, blessings, and opportunities during this auspicious time. Even if they are not old enough to fast, you can still teach them about why we celebrate this month and involve them in other ways. The best way to approach this is to reveal the purpose of Ramadan from an early age. This way your child will know the importance of the actions completed during Ramadan and be motivated to achieve it themselves when the time does come. It is also a great idea to teach them by involving their emotions. When a child is emotionally invested in an activity, their motivation to complete it is much higher.
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Ramadan is the month of giving. It’s important to teach your children the importance of charity and providing donations in order to feed the hungry during Ramadan. It is also equally important to show them that all good deeds – no matter how big or small – are seen and rewarded by Allah (SWT). Any deed in Islam that benefits someone or something else is a good deed. Remind your children that doing these deeds during Ramadan is a great way of showing appreciation for all that they have and compassion for those that do not have so much.

A great game to create is one which requires your children to do one good deed every day. It’s something your child can get involved in, even if they are not fasting, which will give them a huge sense of importance. Give them a challenge that they have to do one good deed every single day and make it into a game. Everyone in the family has to do one, and you all act out your good deed every evening together during the month of Ramadan. Ensure you commend them and get excited about their good deeds, as children catch onto your enthusiasm, and if your showing passion about what they’ve done, they will become all the more excited to share it with you.”

“Good Deed Everyday” activity ideas (FREE Printables):

You can mix and match according to your needs!

A Hadith a Day colourful minarets by AYEINA (2021)

30 Days of good deeds for your Ramadan jar by In the Playroom

Ramadan Advent Calendar with a hadith (good deed) a day by Quote Lovin

Gratitude challenge printable by Mom Can Do This!

Good Deed Date Palm Tree chart by Makkah centric Education

Toddler Ramadan Kindness Calendar by Nilly Dahlia

Ramadan Good Deeds by Mamateachesme

30 days of giving – List of activities by Silver Envelope

30 Activities for a Ramadan Advent Calendar by Modest Munchies

‘Little Acts of Kindness’ Ramadan Calendar by MumzyNotebook

28 good deeds for 28 days of Ramadan by The Visual Age

Free printable good-deed-a-day envelope template by Everything Nisa

There are lots of fun Ramadan crafts and activities you can do with your children that are great ways to occupy, inspire and teach them about this blessed month and its importance. You may also do a Ramadan activity or craft a day with kids based around Islamic books.


A Craft a Day on Children’s Islamic Books

(for Ramadan & Beyond) – 2020


We have several printables for our subscribers as well as some can be seen below:

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Free Ramadan Printables for Kids

UPDATED: 2021

Iman’s Homeschool has pretty much EVERYTHING on the topic of Ramadan collected in one place in THIS LINK.

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Free Ramadan Activity Packs for Kids

Free Ramadan/Eid Printable Pack for Kids by AYEINA

Ramadan Kids Activity Pack by Little Wings Gallery (who kindly featured #AlhamdulillahForSeries Gratitude Journal as well <3 )

Ramadan and Eid pack by Mummy on my mind (2021)

Ramadan Activity Pack by Bismillahbuddies

Ramadan Activity Pack by Homely Hammock

Ramadan printable pack for Kids by @the.lettered.inkling 

Ramadan Printables by Qamardesigns

Ramadan pack for children by UmmAssad.pubs

Ramadan Activity Pack by Learning Roots

Ramadan pack by Ahlan Kids

Ramadan pack by @alhikmahmadressa

Ramadan Activity Book by Allamah Education

Ramadan Quran Reading Tracker (juz by juz) by A Muslim Child is Born

Ramadan Activities Printable Coloring Bundle by Jeddah Mom

Ramadan Printables for Kids by TJRamadan

Ramadan Activity Book by A Muslim Child is Born

Raihana’s First Time Fasting Printable Pack

Ramadan Kit for Kids by Ummi and Kids

Ramadan Activity Packs by Smart Ark (Notes for Parents and Teachers)

Ramadhan Activity Pack by Officially Shamsa

Ramadan Activity Book for Kids by A Muslim Child is Born

Multiple Ramadan Printables by Qamar Designs

Ramadan Activity Pack by A Muslim Child is Born

Multiple Ramadan Prints by Karima’s Crafts

Ramadan Activity Book for Little Kids by Ilma Education

Ramadan Decor and Activity Pack for Kids by Little Wings Gallery

Free Ramadan Kit for Kids by Mini Mumin Publications

Ramadan Book by Talibiddeen jr

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Free Ramadan Journals and Planners for Kids

Free Ramadan Journal by Muslim Kids TV (2021)

Free Ramadan Journal for Kids by Ummi.org

Free Ramadan Planner by Knowledge Dunes

Ramadan Planner and Journal for Kids by Ihsaan home academy

Ramadan Tutor by Understand Quran

Ramadan Workbook for little kids and Journal for older kids by Salam Homeschooling

Simple Ramadan Journal for kids by @honestlyaisha

Free Ramadan Journal for Kids by Emaan Power

Ramadan Journal by A Muslim Homeschool

Ramadan Meal Planner for Kids by Young Mumin

Free Ayah-a-Day Calendar by Ramadan Calendar

Free Ramadan Worksheets for Kids

Ramadan Mubarak Card by AYEINA

Ramadan Moon Phase Calendar by Miraj Stories

Ramadan Activity Workbook by Jannah Jewels (2020)

Ramadan Fasting Chart for Children by Good Deeds

Pink and Blue Countdown to Eid Charts by In My Studio

Moon Phases Worksheet by Allamah Education

Ramadan Log by Come to Learn

Salah Prayer Charts by A Crafty Arab

Ramadan countdown tracker blue by Mom Can Do This!

Why am I Fasting? Chart by Parenthood Muslim Style

Ramadan Grammar Worksheets by Talibiddeen Jr.

RaMATHan – Finding Averages by Talibiddeen Jr.

Ramadan Matching Game and Word Search by Holiday Spot

Ramadan Word Search by Handmade Beginnings

Ramadan Maze and Crossword Printable Activities by In the Playroom

Ramadan Thoughts by Crayola

Special Edition Ramadan Tracker and Colouring Sheet by Omar & Hana

Free Last 10 Days of Ramadan / Laylatul Qadr Resources for Kids

#AlhamdulillahForSeries Laylatul Qadr Color in Poster for Kids by AYEINA

Laylatul Qadr Pop-up book free printable by Lunar Learners

Last 10 Days of Ramadaan Good Deeds Chart by Our Precious Sprouts

Laylatul Qadr Introduction (in the form of a story) by Zanib Mia

Laylatul Qadr Bulletin Board by Islamic Bulletin Boards

Ramadan Certificates by Karima’s Crafts

Ramadan Achievement Award by Easel & Ink

Free blank certificate for kids by Quotelovin (2020)

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  1. This is super amazing. Great post. Also it would be awesome when kids can write down their feelings of gratitude in a journal while donating. Something they can re-read and feel thankful.

  2. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection and community.A commemoration of Muhammad’s first revelation, the annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

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