Eid blessings and well wishes
from all of us at IQRA!
By: Samana Khan
Eid ul-Adha is a joyous time to celebrate the completion of the Holy Month Ramadan. Allah (swt) expects us to make this occasion special by celebrating with prayer and share food with family, friends, and the needy.
This year go the extra step to encourage your kids to appreciate this special holiday. Make your Eid even more memorable by starting new family traditions! Here are simple ways to make Eid extra special for your kids: (more…)
Here are some fun ways to create excitement for your kids
by working together on Ramadan activities.
Ramadan Cookies: Bake Ramadan cookies with your kids using a sugar cookie recipe. Use either a crescent cookie cutter or make a crescent shape by rolling the dough into small circles and cut each circle in half using only half of a circle cookie cutter. Decorate the cookies with frosting and sprinkles, then package in boxes with fancy ribbon. These make great Ramadan gifts for friends, family, teachers, and neighbors. (also try decorating cakes and cupcakes)
Before Maghrib Salat:
After Maghrib Salat: