Ramadan and Eid ul-Fitr 5 Stars
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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.
Activities in this article:
1. Happy hearts
Create an interactive display based on sharing and giving to celebrate Ramadan
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
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
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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