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By Jenni TavenerEarly Years teacher and writer

original article published 9 August 2010

Try some fun activities with your children to discover more about these Muslim festivals, which celebrate sharing and giving.

Young girl celebrating Ramadan

Activities in this article:

  1. Happy hearts
  2. Creative cards
  3. Charity arts exhibition

1. Happy hearts

Create an interactive display based on sharing and giving to celebrate Ramadan

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Making relationships

Early learning goal: Children show sensitivity to others’ needs and feeling, and form positive relationships with adults and other children.

Group size: Small groups.

What you need

Heart template

Pre-cut paper heart shapes, or copies of the activity sheet, ‘Heart template’ ; hole-punch; ribbon; display board; colourful pens and pencils; child-friendly scissors; pictures and magazines; glue.

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