I got a major dose of Ramadan inspiration when I came across this website. May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala put barakah in the amazing work this sister does and may her awesome idea spread far and wide and may it all be counted for her as good deeds. I pray that her life and the life of her family is enriched by the good they spread. Because really, isn’t this what we want to teach our children? Isn’t this the effect we want Islam to have on their lives? That it should motivate them to spread good and make the world a better place.
I put a lot of effort into Crafts that relate to Islam and especially Ramadan, because kids are so creative and love making things and it’s such an effective way to teach them Islam (or anything really). I believe that it is important for us to mark the month of Ramadan with festivity and celebration and that includes, crafts and gift and decorations, but what this sister is doing is the true spirit of Ramadan and I believe that is far more important to show our kids.
Head over to 30 Days of Ramadan GOODness, to get some inspiration of your own and some great ideas to get your kids engaged this Ramadan.