Ramadan is a month long holiday celebrated by the Islam faith to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad. It is celebrated worldwide as a month of fasting and is based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon.
However, how do keep your children engaged for the duration of the holiday?
It's simple and fun! There are tons of treats, crafts and traditions that you and your children can create together to celebrate the holiday. From fruit kebobs to star picture frames, there is something for children of all ages to enjoy and participate in. No matter if you plan to host a party or spend one on one time with your child, there is something for everyone. Ramadan is a time to bring families together and we hope these 7 ways to celebrate will help create lasting memories.