We decorated our apartment door with homemade lanterns, pipe cleaners and beads.
For the flower, we used some cardboard, paint, glitter, and glitter glue. To make our decoration more meaningful, I added some facts about Ramadan on each petal so every time someone passes by my door they can read them and know what Ramadan is all about. To me, it’s a great way of dawah for those who are interested in Islam.
I pasted the following to my flower petals:
- the month of mercy
- the month of forgiveness
- the month of prayer at night
- the month of blessings
- the month of fasting
For the Islamic Gallery, I used:
- Construction paper
- Glitter glue
- Craft sticks
- Print out any designs and coloring pages your child might like from http://www.geocities.com/mutmainaa/kids/colour.html.
- Color the pictures using markers, glitter glue, and/or paint.
- Make a frame using cardboard and glue the colored pictures.
- Use construction paper for the masajid.
- Then use craft sticks, sequins, and glitter glue to decorate the frames.
- The frames are ready!
Hawwa Hamza is living with her husband and 3 girls in United Arab Emirates. She is a member of an Islamic book club in her community. Her mission is to do her jihad by raising and educating her children and building their characters to follow the commands of Allah and pass on the message of Islam.
Mariam Essam is a 6 year old second grade student. She has memorized the last 2 parts of Quran. She loves to pray taraweeh and learn about her religion and asks many questions.
Reem Essam is a 4 year old kindergarten student. Her favorite subjects are math and arts and crafts.