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  1. Wonderful, MashaAllah!
    I loved all the ideas <3

    Where can we download these 'Ramadan Planner Day' sheets shown above?

    Anyways, amazing stuff and inshaAllah children gonna love them.
    Jazak Allahu khairan sister, for so creative ideas.

  2. Masha Allah. What a fantastic share. JazakAllah khair. Great ideas, may Allah Make it easy for us, help us purify our intentions and Guide us in the implementation.
    Thank you so much.

  3. I love the ideas and particularly like the fact that each activity is fun but meaningful. I aso like the fact that its not copying christmas etc

  4. SubhanAllah great ideas! I loved the itikaf tent, that’s awesome. One of the best articles read on this topic. May Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala bless you and your family. Ameen.

  5. Loved all ur ideas!!!! Jazakallahu khairan for sharing them!!!!
    You could also make a Ramadan countdown….to create that anticipation in the young minds…I have made one and my kids love changing the number of days left for ramzan!!!

  6. Assalaamu Alaikum. MashaAllah. D ideas r really great n practical. As we r busy moms we need to b coached like these fantastic ideas. May Allah bless u.

  7. Jazakalaheir sister ,

    MashAllah very exiting to get some creative ideas for our children.
    They seem very doable and inexpensive! Alhamdulilah

  8. Salaams
    Some wonderful ideas mashaAllah. We’ve always decorated our house for ramadan and eid, with lights balloons and this time homemade deco.
    I would like to take it up a notch. Could you suggest what to write in a good deed jar for a 4-6 years old also what reminders to put in the adverse calendar as I’m totally lost i know you gave 2 suggestion can you give more please.
    Jazakallah khair

  9. Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful ideas with us. Like yourself, I’m not a very crafty mom and full-time work limits time for sewing etc but your ideas have inspired me to make use of the upcoming long weekend to go out shopping for Ramadan decorations and start turning the house into a festive mood. It’s beautiful to notice that Islamic shops have extended their Ramadan deco items over the years … And even supermarkets and restaurants put up lovely “Welcome Ramadan” signs. It always makes me smile when I see those, alhamdulillah.

    Would it be possible to print out your Ramadan Planner or get it sent via email, please?! ⭐️⭐️

  10. Assalamo alaikum
    MashaAllah very productive and practical ideas. May Allah give you the best reward and make this Ramadan the most productive for all of us. Ameen:)

  11. Alhamdulillah!!!
    significant article nd you’ve been written it beautifull way Ma sha Allah…I appreciate you great effort
    JazakhAllah khyran…
    Aameen summa Aameen!!! ♥♥♥

  12. Subhanallahi! I haven’t read anything this long and interesting in a while. It’s quite inspiring. May Allah bless and reward the writer. Jazakumullahu khayran kathiran! Wish us all a blessed Ramadan.

  13. i dont have kids yet but this makes me excited. thanks and keep contributes on wonderful articles in sha Allah

  14. These ideas are so adorable and heartwarming! insyaAllah one day I will use one of these with my children <3

  15. Wow marshallah what brilliant ideas sis. May Allah bless you and your family and may He the almighty help us all in teaching the love of the deen in our children’s hearts
    Jazakallah khairan

  16. This is a wonderful article, mashaAllah. I’ve been on the lookout for Ramadan Fun Tips like these for a while now.

    Can’t wait to share it with my fam and friends, isA.

  17. What about teenagers?? What ever you say, suggest, … they will do oposite.
    My teenagers (14y old twinboys) just refuse participate in Ramadan planning. Anything I suggest they refuse. I suggest to write down 3 ramadan targets – they refuse. Suggest to help them plane how to read all 30juzs – they say it’s too much (I know it isn’t). They say they don’t want go to teraweeh every day, it’s boooring, and even if they go no more than 8 rekhats, because they will miss internet surfing. AGGGHHH I’m exosted! And disopointed! Where have gone my nice kids who wanted to fast at age 6?! To read Qur’an. To go to mesjid. Give sadaqah… They did all of that with joy, but now …

  18. Love the itka’af tent idea I will be doing that insha Allah,

    May Allah reward you for these awesome ideas xx

  19. Very lovely and enlightening article. Also creative and not immitative of christians May Allah reward u abundantly. Keep it up sister

  20. Its really lovely, Jazakum llahu khiaran, when i have my kids i will practice these idea with thems.

  21. tres original.manchaAllah.que Allah bénisse cette intelligence. aaminne.merci pour le partage

  22. I just have simple question Why you make us to make our kids to do what you have shared … I just didnt find it anywhere its like you are telling us the thing which you have made by yourself not from Quran Hadees and nor Our Ulmaa sulaha and so on kindly give me the strong reference … jazakum Allah .

    • The Hadith simply tells us to help our children grow strong in faith… Part of teaching them is Ibadan for us as parents. Specific examples aren’t given in any Hadith (that I know of)… The author is merely giving you suggestions on ways to get your kids excited about Ramadan. Allah has given us brains and the means to use them, to do our best based on our knowledge and creativity. Peace.

  23. Assalamualaikum.
    Jazakillah for the wonderful article. Making Ramadan special for kids and creating Ramadan traditions are so important.
    Thanks for sharing our Ramadan good deed topiary in this article.
    I love you closing comments. Let’s not aim for crafty prefection rather the warm feeling and lovely memories.

  24. JazakAllahu Khair sister, these are such great gems of advice, not just for parents either! It’s so important for us to learn how to make Ramadan a truly festive, enjoyable and productive month for our children AND for ourselves. I don’t even have children yet and this has got me excited for when i do (inshAllah)!

  25. Thank you so much for such great Ramadan ideas and having an amazing level of enthusiasm in motivating our children. May Allah swt reward you for your efforts Ameen