When kids experience Ramadan, they do more than watch their parents fast and help with iftar. During Ramadan, children build important memories which will influence how they feel about Ramadan and other Islamic traditions in later life. As parents, it’s our responsibility to do our best to make these memories and feelings positive, to show an Islamic lifestyle is exciting and fascinating.

Here at Our Muslim Homeschool, we are introducing the Ramadan Book Club! Aimed at kids aged 4-9, we have gathered stories and activities for you to enjoy with your children throughout the month of Ramadan. Each book and activity has been selected to help you get the most out of this month without adding to your stressful workload!

Ramadan book club for kids - Create a meaningful ramadan for your kids

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Children respond positively to stories – as do most humans. For centuries, cultures around the world have used stories to instil important lessons and sentiments in their communities. For this reason, stories are a powerful resource when trying to teach our children Islamic principles. But how do we find the time to use stories in an efficient way and still make the most of Ramadan for ourselves?

The Ramadan Book Club for Kids

We have carefully chosen 4 books for your family to enjoy together during Ramadan – one for each week. Each book wonderfully encapsulates important aspects of Ramadan for your kids to absorb, discuss, and reflect on.

If you register with The Ramadan Book Club, you receive specially designed book packs which guide you through a range of activities linked with each story we read together. Ramadan can be filled with busy days, and these book packs have been designed to help you bond with your children in a way that will bring minimal stress to you. So, don’t worry; you can pick and choose which activities suit you and your family, or you may just want to enjoy the books. It’s completely flexible – do as much or as little as you’d like!

Ramadan Book Club for Kids

By registering, you participate in an online community as we all share our experiences with the book packs. You’ll even be able to join a virtual meet-up with the authors of the books!

To Join the Ramadan Book Club, CLICK HERE: http://ramadanbookclub.com

It is completely free to join the Ramadan Book Club, but if you would like to donate to The Olive Mount Project you can do so HERE.

In episode 39 of the Raising Mums Podcast, I share more about how the Ramadan Book Club will work.

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The Ramadan Kids Books

Here are the books we will be reading as part of the Ramadan Book Club:

Week 1 – Lailah’s Lunchbox by Reem Faruqi [Purchase Here UK USA]

Ramadan Book Club for Kids

Week 2 – Who Will Help Me Make Iftar? By Asmaa Hussein [Purchase Here UK USA]

Ramadan Book Club for Kids

Week 3 – Ramadan Around the World by Ndaa Hassan [Purchase Here UK USA]

Ramadan Book Club for Kids

Week 4 – Under the Ramadan Moon by Sylvia Whitman [Purchase Here UK USA]

Ramadan Book Club for Kids

A FULL List of Worldwide Stockists is provided in the Welcome Pack when you Register.

Next steps

So, how do you get involved? Simply Register HERE :

http://ramadanbookclub.com

You will receive:

  • A welcome pack with a calendar and lunar tracker for your children, as well as valuable advice on how to read aloud as a family, no matter how old your children are!
  • Four separate book packs with a variety of activities based on each book
  • Invitations and details to special “Story Time” virtual events

Remember, this event is completely FREE to join! I pray these resources benefit you and your family and bring you closer to each other as well as closer to Allah during this blessed month, inshaAllah.

Peace and Love,

Ramadan kids book club activities Dr Gemma Elizabeth our muslim homeschool
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