Well, here we are, today making this Ramadan toddler approved, bright and colorful paper plate moon and star craft, half-way through the holy month.
We have been having so much fun doing all these Arab world and Muslim culture crafts.
I have to admit, it’s been great spending some one on one with each daughter as she does her craft.
Today was my five year old’s chance to create her own wall decorative hanging so she choose this Ramadan Moon & Star project.
Draw out a crescent moon shape on your paper plate. In the middle of that opening, draw out a star shape.
Lay out your newspaper and paint the star yellow.
Paint your moon shape blue.
Take the paper backing off the foam letters and place them on the paper plate. If you don’t have the handy letters that come as stickers, you’ll need to glue down your letters.
Hole punch your paper plate. You’ll only need one punch.
Hole punch your star and pul the ribbon through. On the backside, tie a knot.
Pull your ribbon through the moon hole punch and tie another knot, so your star won’t slip. Enjoy your wall decoration!
Stop by A Crafty Arab on Pinterst to see more tutorials that teach about the Arab world and Muslim culture.