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DIY Eid Card: Finger Paint Dates

Guest blogger Natasha Kazi shares with Hello Holy Days! a clever and easy tutorial for DIY Eid cards: finger paint dates! I love fingerprint crafts for kids. Shape-based art is so interesting, and fingerprints are so personal. So during Ramadan, our family makes finger paint dates. Who knew that fingerprints are the perfect texture and…

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Eid Gift Guide

Eid is right around the corner, and if you haven’t shopped for gifts yet we’re here to inspire you with some awesome ideas with our Eid gift guide. This gift guide is put together by guest blogger, Hanan just for Hello Holy Days! so every gift on this gift guide fits perfectly into its corresponding…

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Eid Basket Filler Ideas

Guest blogger Amanda Shaikh shares her best tips for building a Hello Holy Days’ Eid basket by age.

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DIY Eid Gift: Wildflower Seed Blooms

Spring has sprung and Eid has come! In 2022, we’re celebrating Eid al Fitr on May 2nd and as we know, with April showers come May flowers! Today’s guest blogger is Kother, and she’s sharing with us a tutorial for an eco-conscious DIY Eid gift: wildflower seed blooms! Perfect for spring, gift these to the…

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Letters to the Ramadan Drummer

Send a letter to the Ramadan Drummer this Ramadan and get a response back. Download our free templates to help in your letter writing (you can also make a picture!) Then send in your letter and/or picture to the address included at the back of the templates. Thumbnail photo sent in by Hunneya and Ava-Medina.

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Ramadan Fasting Certificate

Is it your child’s first time fasting? Well we’ve made them a Ramadan fasting certificate to commemorate the occassion! Introducing Hello Holy Days’ new Drum Roll Award. It’s an award program for kids from the Ramadan Drummer, including his signature! When you fast for the very first time, the Ramadan Drummer is so happy he’s…

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Month of Rajab – Free Printable for Kids

Welcome month of Rajab! Rajab is one of the 4 sacred months of the 12 months in the Islamic calendar. In this month, the Israa and Miraj (Night Journey and Ascension) of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, took place and it was in this month that we received the blessing of 5 daily…

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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…