Eid Mubarak 2018!
That is an Arabic greeting that is used worldwide today to mean Blessed Eid. Muslims are sharing it as they celebrate Eid Al Fitr, the three day festival that ends the month of Ramadan.
For the past 30 days, my daughters and I have made Ramadan crafts to teach about our Arab culture and Islamic religion. This 8th annual tradition had a few adjustments this year as I shared a few crafts for adults and downloads. I didn’t want to add the pressure of daily crafting as my two oldest daughters had high school finals. My youngest also enjoyed the extra time togehter.
Our family started this tradition in July 2011, when I was looking for Ramadan crafts to help me teach my daughters. Our tradition has continued annually through 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.
We hope you learned something new from our activities and will enjoy this list of all of them together: