Ramadan calendar ideas and free printable tags!
Giving you some glimpses of my first sale of Ramadan Calendars in 2013 : ) Long time ago and now a new Ramadan is soon again coming alhamdulillah. I have thought of some ideas of what to put in the calendars and also I have made two different tag designs for the calendars plus separate tags for adults.
1. Print tags and write different activities on them. Plan or think of these activities ahead. You know your child’s interests and level of understanding, so try to plan according to them.
2. Try to be well prepared for every activity
3. Be realistic, you are still fasting so even if the kids are up for 100 different activities, make/plan activities which doesn’tt make you totally exhausted.
4. Feeling really tired or you planed an outdoor activity, switch cards with another day. Always have some spare cards with an easy and simple activity.
5. Filling the pockets with small gifts. I will have little gifts in mine, the kids will have one each every third or fourth day. I got a tip from another sister to buy these Christmas advent calendars and use these little toys as gifts in the calendar instead (Härifrån köpte jag mitt packet med små Mumin figurer). The toys in the red case is a flea market finds with all those small toys, most of them are from Kinder eggs. If your child is interested in painting and crafts fill pockets with color pencils, cute erasers etc. Or buy a big pack of Lego and divide up all the pieces to the pockets.
6. Candy in the pockets on Fridays : )
7. Other eatable things might be dried fruits like raisins, apricot, figs etc
8. Ramadan Calendar tags free printable! Cut out with succors or an xacto knife, punch through a small hole in the colored circle and put a ribbon or string through it. If you prefer having more of a specific tag, among the ones for children, just print out that specific page and not all pages.