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Paper Plate Gregorian and Hijri Calendar

Knowing the months of the year is key to knowing when holidays will fall. Muslim holidays follow a fully lunar calendar whereas traditional North American holidays follow a solar calendar (except Easter which follows a lunar-solar calendar). This paper plate craft is a great activity for elementary aged kids. It helps them visually see the…

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Eid Al-Adha

Eid al Adha Ram Cupcakes

Not a fan of mutton? Then you’ll love this sugary version of a ram instead – perfect for celebrating Eid al Adha, the Festival of Sacrifice. I like to make these ram cupcakes specifically on the Days of Sacrifice, the 10th, 11th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah so it’s easy for kids to make connections…

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Eid al Adha Pipecleaner Kaaba Craft

Make my Eid al Adha Kaaba craft for kids using just pipecleaners and beads! Easy and fun to make, hang it up as a beautiful kid-made ornament in celebration of the holiday. Here, I’ve placed glitter green branches in a vase to hang up our Kaaba ornament. I like to use the Kaaba as a…

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Eid Al-Fitr

Free Printable Coloring Sheet COVID-19

  This Ramadan and Eid al Fitr was definitely a much different celebration than usual. With COVID-19 in full force, we celebrated this year in quarantine. However, we are still so blessed that we got to celebrate Eid with our immediate families in the comfort of our own home. Our hearts go out to the…

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Eid Al-Fitr

Ramadan Drummer Seashells

One of the interesting things about Islamic holidays is that they follow a fully lunar calendar. This means that, through the course of some 40 years, we can experience Muslim holidays in all 4 different seasons. With Ramadan transitioning out of summer and into spring, embrace the season while you can and make some Ramadan…

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Eid Al-Adha

Eid al Adha Paper Pouches Calendar

This post is sponsored by Kid Made Modern.  When I first came across Kid Made Modern’s Black and White Paper Pad I immediately thought how great this product would be for Eid al Adha crafting. Black and white is very representative of the stories and traditions of Eid al Adha. Read more on my thoughts…

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Eid Al-Adha Muslim Crafts

Festive Goat Gift Topper

Giving gifts on Eid? Of course you are! Get the kids involved in the gift giving tradition by making this festive goat gift topper! Beautiful bejewelled leaves flanked with a mini goat will add a touch of sparkle and whimsy to gifts wrapped in kraft paper. It’s a simple and chic way to elevate your…

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Eid Al Adha Sheep Photo Frames

Love to take pictures of your kids during the holidays? Then, you’ll love this craft for Eid Al Adha photo frames! Shaped like sheep, these photo frames are an easy craft for children to make on their own. You can even add magnets onto the back of the sheep for displaying the craft on your…

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Simple Eid al Adha Sheep Wreath

What’s a holiday without a wreath? This simple Eid al Adha sheep wreath takes next to no time to make and it will look so good hanging on your front door come Eid al Adha! For easy hanging, use a wreath hanger to display this simple yet chic wreath.  As guests walk in your door,…

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Eid al Adha Eggs

When I was a little girl, my grandma and I would paint eggs as a fun indoor activity. We also used to love to paint rocks. We especially loved painting eggs and rocks to look like cute little dolls for me to play with. I guess for this reason I grew up seeing painted eggs…