Day 26 of our Ramadan craft challenge has me guest hosting over at Muslimah Bloggers.
Stop by and check out the Eid Gift Cards I created for them.
Stop by A Crafty Arab on Pinerest to see more free printables.
Day 15 means we are halfway through our Ramadan crafts challenge.
This means that Eid Al-Fitr, the holiday to commemorate the end of Ramadan, is right around the corner.
For those thinking of Eid decorations, I wanted to share the printables I made today to start getting ready. They are an update of my teal Eid decorations, but with the salmon color that came in second in last year’s color vote.
To check out more of our free printables, please visit A Crafty Arab Pintables board on Pinterest.
Salah, or salat, is the Arabic word for prayer. In Islam, Muslims are required to pray 5 times a day, pointing thier prayer rug towards the kaab’a in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
When teaching children how to pray, it’s sometimes easier for them to get into the habit if they have a chart. Eiman Sunbulli, a young Muslimah mom in one of my Facebook groups has put together a salah chart for a party she recently hosted. The party was a celebration of her daughter praying her Maghrib prayer every day for 40 days.
At the party she chose another prayer to commit to. It was fun and festive with games, a cake with a young girl performing her salah on it, and a congregational prayer. Girls received goody bags in addition to salah charts (with an explanation of the importance of prayer and some motivation).
As an added bonus, Sister Sunbulli also made charts for some teen girls.
Jazak Allah khair Sister Sunbulli for sharing!
Check out our Salat chart we made a few years ago.
If you’d like more crafty DIY tutorials about the Arab or Islamic world, please visit A Crafty Arab on Pinterest.