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Directions: Each day of Ramadan, colour in one date. At the end of Ramdan answer this question insha’Allaah: How many dates are under the tree?


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٤ ٣ ٢ ١ Directions: How many parts of the date palm have numbers on them? Use the parts of tree on page 6 and glue the numbers on to the tree to match one another.


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‫َم َاذا َبعْ د؟‬ Cut and paste the picture that shows what comes next in the pattern.


Pictures for pages 4 and 5

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Jar

Globe

Iftar

Thoub

Spoon

ŮŁ

Gate

Directions: Cut out the puzzles. Invite your child(ren) to put them back together again. The two words on the puzzle must rhyme with each other.

Moon

Date


Trace and Match

Gate

Spoon

Jar

Date

Iftar

Thoub

Globe

Moon

Directions: Trace the words. Then match the words and pictures on the left side to the words and pictures on the right side that rhyme with each other.


‫َكم؟‬ Directions: How many objects are in each box. Count and write the number insha’Allaah.


‫ﻟﻮن ا ْﻟﺼﻮرة‬


How to Play: 1). Print a game board for each player. 2). Print a set of cards for each player. 3). Cut all of the cards out, shuffle them and place them in a stack face down on the table. 4). Each player takes turns picking a card. If the card is one that they need on their board they put it in the correct spot. If it is not a card they need, they place it (face down) back in the stack. 5). The first player to fill their board wins the game.


How to Play: 1). Print a game board for each player. 2). Print a set of cards for each player. 3). Cut all of the cards out, shuffle them and place them in a stack face down on the table. 4). Each player takes turns picking a card. If the card is one that they need on their board they put it in the correct spot. If it is not a card they need, they place it (face down) back in the stack. 5). The first player to fill their board wins the game.


How to Play: 1). Cut out the dates above. 2). Invite the child to place the correct number dates in the card on the right hand side to match the same number of dates shown on the card on the left hand side (i.e. the first card has one date so the child puts one date in the box/card that has the number #1 but no date).


‫ ﻛﻨ ﻮْز ر ﻣﻀﺎن‬

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Directions: Cut out all of the date and moon cards. Children line up the correct number of moons under the date with the corresponding number insha’Allaah (i.e. the date card with the number 2 should have two moon cards underneath it when lined up on the floor or table).


Find the Difference Which sadaqah jar is different? How is it different?

Are all of the moons the same? Which is different? How?

Are all of the prayer rugs the same? Which is different? How?


‍ا Ů’ďť&#x; ďş„ Ů’ďşˇďťœﺎل ďť“ Řą ﺎن‏ Directions: Look at the shape in each box on the left hand side. In each row, look for the picture that shows an object that has that same shape. Circle it insha’Allaah.


Directions: Print the props out on cardstock. Cut them out and glue a large popsicle stick to the back for students to be able to hold them up easily insha’Allaah. Read the following poem (below) to children. When you read the words/sentences highlighted in red, have each child hold up the appropriate prop. If you print this poem on to chart paper in large letters, children may be able to following along easily and chorus read as well insha’Allaah.

This is the month for salatul taraweeh, We’ll go to the masjid, my father and me When the prayer starts, I won’t play nor turn ‘round And when I hear the takbir, I won’t make a sound (have children shake their heads ‘no’ and put their finger to their lips and be very quiet) I’ll listen very quietly, as much as I can To the Speech of Allaah, the Glorious Quran!


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Cut out the calendar and using the tags on the next page, try to complete each of the good deeds mentioned. When you’ve done one of the good deeds, glue the tag on to the day that you did it. You do not have to do the good deeds in the order they are given.

‫ضان‬ َ ‫َر َم‬

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Pray Maghrib with your family

Read surah al-Fatiha

Invite someone for iftar

The first day of Ramadan

Clean my room without being told

Call a relative and say Ramadan Mubarak

Do not argue with your parents

Listen to your parents

Read Quraan

Pick up any trash I see in the masjid

Wear thoub to masjid

Pray dhur

Help somone who is an elder

Read Quraan

Help my mother

Give Sadaqah

Pick up my toys without being told

Kiss my grandmother

Pray asr

Help my father


Give food to the poor

Read Quraan

Pray 2 rakaat of Taraweeh

Kiss my grandfather

Say kind words to my neighbour

Do not listen to bad speech

Do not look at bad things

Say good words

Speak without screaming

Play nicely

Smile! It’s sadaqah

Read Quraan


Colour the Masjid!


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‍ﺎع‏ Ů’ ‍ا Ů’ďť&#x;ďşˆâ€Ź

This is the dua we say when we break our fast. On the next page the dua is not in the correct order. Cut out the words and glue them here in the correct order insha’Allaah.

 ‍َذ َڞب ا ŮŽŮ„ َظمŮ?ؤ ŮŽŮˆŘ§ ْب ŮŽŘŞŮ„ŮŽŮ‘ŘŞ ْال Ů?ؚعŮ?ŮˆŮ‚ ŮŽŮˆ ŮŽŘŤ َبت ْاألَ؏ْ Řą ŘĽŮ?ن َشاإ‏


‫ﻓﻄﺎر‬ ‫ا ْﻟﺈ ْ‬

‫َ‬ ‫ْاأل ْجر‬

‫َو َث َبت ا َل َظمُؤ‬ ‫ْ‬ ‫َ‬ ‫ُ‬ ‫ُوق‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ع‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ذ َھب‬

‫إِن َشاء ‬ ‫َوا ْب َتلَّت‬


Let’s Invite….! Ramadan is a special time when Muslims do many good deeds and help each other. One way of helping each other is by sharing things that you have. Pretend you are inviting the families of two of your friends for Iftar. This a way to share with other Muslims. Complete the two invitations and fill in the information that is needed. Mail your invitation and have fun at Iftar!

You’re Invited to Iftar! Time: Place: RSVP: Phone:


Let’s Invite….!

You’re Invited to Iftar! Time: Place: RSVP: Phone:


‫ﻓﻄﺎر‬ ْ ‫ا ْﻟﺈ‬

Finish

Start

It’s time to break the fast! Can you help get to the dates and cup of water?


Iftar Treat: Fried Dates

Remember: Cook only with parental supervision! Ingredients: At least a handful of dates with the stones removed (If the dates are quite dry soak them for a while in water to rehydrate them).  A little oil or butter/margarine 1-2 tablespoons just to coat the bottom of a small frying pan.  Some toasted sesame seeds, chopped nuts or desiccated coconut. Directions/Preparation:  Warm the dates with the oil and mash them together until they start to fry a little and start to smell slightly caramelized. Don't overdo it or the dates will burn and become hard and crunchy.  Tip the hot dates into the serving dish and sprinkle with the chopped nuts to decorate. You can leave the dates as they come out of the pan or smooth over with a knife and you will find that you can get a lovely shiny and smooth texture. Eat with a spoon or your fingers.

N.B. Be careful not to burn yourself - the dates become very hot due to the high sugar content. Reprinted with permission from: http://sahawaafia.forumotion.net/forum


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‫ﻓﻄﺎر‬ ْ ‫ا ْﻟﺈ‬

The time of Iftar is here alhamdulillaah. Glue on or draw foods on to the plate that your family may eat for iftar insha’Allaah.


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‫ﻓﻄﺎر‬ ْ ‫ا ْﻟﺈ‬

Using the foods on the next page, sort the foods into two stacks: foods we might have at iftar and foods we most probably should not eat for iftar (maybe after or another time insha’Allaah)

Foods that are not good (healthy) to eat for iftar and are better left for another time insha’Allaah.

Foods that are good (healthy) to eat for iftar


‫ﻓﻄﺎر‬ ْ ‫ا ْﻟﺈ‬ Use these foods for the iftar activity on the previous pages (print this page twice).

Draw food in the two empty boxes.


Directions: Cut out the puzzles. Cut along the black lines and the white dotted line (for the moon). Invite your child to complete the puzzles insha’Allaah.

‫ا ْﻟﺄ ْﻟﻐﺎز‬


Directions: Help your mother prepare sweets for iftar. Decorate the cookies with the ‘chips’ on the page after the cookies insha’Allaah!

‫ا ْﻟﺄ ْﻟﻐﺎز‬


Directions: How many objects are on each card? Use a clothes pin or do-a-dot marker to show your answer.

2 4 1 7 5 6

4 2 5 5 3 4


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‫غ‬

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‫ھـ‬ ‫ص‬ ‫م‬

‫س‬

‫ز‬ ‫ط‬

‫خ‬

‫ب‬

‫ج‬

‫ن‬

‫ت‬ ‫ر‬

‫د‬

‫ل‬

‫ك‬


‫س‬

‫ث‬

‫ق‬

‫ض‬

‫ط‬

‫ش‬

‫ھـ‬

‫ت‬

‫ن‬

‫د‬

‫ظ‬

‫خ‬

‫ب‬

‫ز‬

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‫أ‬

‫و‬

‫غ‬

‫ك‬

‫ف‬

‫ج‬

‫ص‬

‫ل‬

‫ر‬

‫م‬ Directions: Cut out the hearts and match each one to the correct letters on the mat on page 46.


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Directions: Cut out the moons and match each one to the correct number on the mat on page 48.


Directions: Draw a line to match the prayer rugs that are the same colour.


Directions: Colour all of the hexagons that have the letter ‘ra’ in them.

‫ر‬

‫ر‬

‫د‬

‫د‬

‫ج‬

‫ر‬

‫ر‬ ‫ر‬

‫ر‬

‫ب‬

‫ن‬

‫د‬

‫ب‬

‫ر‬ ‫ر‬

‫ر‬

‫ر‬

‫د‬

‫ج‬

‫ر‬


Directions: Print the cards on cardstock. Cut them out and invite children to put the prayer rugs in order from smallest to largest and then from largest to smallest.


‫إِ َّنا أَ َ‬ ‫نز ْل َناهُ ِفي َل ْي َل ِة ْال َق ْد ِر‬ ‫اك َما َل ْي َل ُة ْال َق ْد ِر‬ ‫َو َما أَ ْد َر َ‬ ‫ف َشھ ٍْر‬ ‫َل ْي َل ُة ْال َق ْد ِر َخ ْي ٌر مِّنْ أَ ْل ِ‬ ‫َت َن َّز ُل ْال َم َال ِئ َك ُة َوالرُّ و ُح ِفي َھا ِبإِ ْذ ِن َرب ِِّھم مِّن ُك ِّل أَمْ ٍر‬ ‫َس َال ٌم ِھ َي َح َّت ٰى َم ْط َل ِع ْال َفجْ ِر‬


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Sort the moons on the next page into the correct bins based on colour.


‫َ‬ ‫َّ‬ ‫اويح‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ة‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ص‬ ‫َ‬ ‫َ‬ ‫ِ‬

‫اويح فِي َ‬ ‫ضان‪.‬‬ ‫ش ْھر َر َم َ‬ ‫ص ِّلي َ‬ ‫َن ْحن ُن َ‬ ‫ص َالة ال َّت َر ِ‬ ‫وضأ َق ْبل أَن َن ْذھَب إِ َلى ا ْل َم ْس ِجد‪.‬‬ ‫َن َت َ‬ ‫ارة‪.‬‬ ‫الس َي َ‬ ‫َن َت َو َّجه ا َلى ا ْل َم ْس ِجد‪َ .‬ن ْس َتمِع ا ْلقُ ْرآن فِي َّ‬ ‫اويح فِي ا ْل َم ْس ِجد‪.‬‬ ‫ص ِّلي َ‬ ‫أَ َنا أُحِب أَن أ ُ َ‬ ‫ص َالة ال َّت َر ِ‬ ‫ضان!‬ ‫أحب َر َم َ‬


Directions: Use the pieces on the next page to assemble this puzzle. Use the letters to help you.

‫ب‬

‫أ‬

‫د‬

‫ج‬


‫د‬

‫ب‬

‫أ‬

‫ج‬


Ramadan Plans What would you like to do during Ramadan? What type of good deeds will you try to do? Draw a picture of your plans on each of the post-its below and write a word or sentence that describes your picture.


Directions: Look at the picture below with your child. Invite him/her to notice things in this neighbourhood. Ask questions such as, “what is growing in the yard of the masjid?” or “What is across the street from the masjid?”


Draw a picture of the masjid where your family will pray during Ramdan insha’Allaah.


Draw a line to match each person/object to the object on the left hand side.


Draw a line to match each boy with the correct thoub. Use the kufi of each boy to help you.


Ramadan Flashcards: Use the flashcards to teach baby or child new words related to the month of Ramadan.

ْ ُ ‫الق ْرآن‬ ‫َم ْس ِجد ِعيد‬


Directions: Cut out each card. Fold along the blue dotted line in the middle. Glue the inside of each card so that the silhouette or picture is on one side and the Ramadan Mubarak design is on the other. Invite children to match the silhouettes to the pictures.


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four

Laylatul Qadr is in the last TEN nights of Ramadan Trace and then spell ten.

ten

seven

three

TEN TEN TEN

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Two

Which word spells 10? Circle it.

One

five nine

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Use the letters below to spell ten correctly insha’Allaah.

T e

Words that rhyme with Ten:

Men

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How was your Ramadan? Draw a picture and write a sentence that describes your Ramadan.

What do you want to do for Eid? Draw a picture and write about it insha’Allaah.


The Eid is close insha’Allaah! Make a list of gifts you would like to buy for two people insha’Allaah. *Try to remember those who are needy.*

Write the name of the person in this box.

Write the name of the person in this box.


Did you fast this Ramadan? A half day? Part of the day? Draw a picture about how it felt and write a word or sentence that tells about your picture. *Remember, Muslims should not draw pictures that have faces of humans or animals.*


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1

1

1

1 ูก 1 ูก

One Dollar

One Dollar

1 ูก 1 ูก

1 1

One Dollar

1 1

1 1

One Dollar

1 1

Zakat al-Fitr! : Cut out the play money and practice paying Zakat al-Fitr.


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One Dollar

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One Dollar

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One Dollar

One Dollar

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Colour


Colour


Colour



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