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It’s Ramadan Curious George£7.99It’s the first day of Ramadan, and George is celebrating with his friend Kareem and his family. George helps Kareem with his first fast and joins in the evening celebration of tasting treats and enjoying a special meal. Then, George helps make gift baskets to donate to the needy, and watches for the crescent moon with the man in the yellow hat. Finally George joins in the Eid festivities to mark the end of his very first Ramadan.
Ramadan Craft Box
Enjoy learning about The First Revelation with the Ramadan Limited Edition Story time box!
Sculpt a cave using clay, create a scroll using an ageing paper technique, then set up the scene using remaining props before reading the story.
The Reading Book is a short story illustrating the amazing event which took place 1400 years ago. It’s designed to entertain young children, while awakening in them an understanding about the message of the Holy Quran. This story time box will help children appreciate the best loved stories from the Holy Quran.
We have ensured each box helps children develop their
* Language skills
* Fine-motor skills,
* Critical thinking ability
* Artistic skills
* Imaginative play
Most importantly, we make sure that our products are kid-approved and packed with creativity, fun, and play!
Because of our extensive development process, we know your child will be excited to discover and explore what’s inside.
Our activity box goes beyond just providing all the materials and instructions. they are meaningful activities That add a little intention to playtime and help parents and kids together explore stories from the Holy Quran.
Fabric Ramadan Calendar£21.99
Handmade Fabric Ramadan Calendar.
– The size of this calendar is 58 cm x 49 cm.
– Each of the 30 felt pockets are approx 7 cm x 7 cm – large enough to hold a treat or toy/gift.
– The calendar is made from upholstery fabric giving it the strength and stability to hold the weight of the toys/gifts placed inside the pockets.
This is a calendar that children will love, and can be used year after year to instill excitement for the beautiful month of Ramadan. In Shaa Allah it will start a family tradition like it has with my children – although they are too young to fast they feel like they are involved in the month with us. I also place little notes inside the pockets with challenges (do something nice for your neighbour, make a gift for your brother/sister, learn 3 of Allah’s names).
(toys/sweets/gifts are not included)
* This item is not washable. Spot clean only.
Help your child make the most of Ramadan with this colourful Ramadan Journal.
Designed to bring excitement into each blessed day of Ramadan, this journal will aid your child with their Ramadan targets and encourage reflection. With small reminders and daily challenges your child will be encouraged to make the most of these blessed days.
Chocolate Ramadan Countdown Calendar£15.99
Countdown to Eid with this handy treat box comes with one chocolate behind every window (milk chocolate flavour). The perforated windows are opened to reveal chocolates. Box has a flap at the back to make into a beautiful frame.
Box size is 335 x 20 x 38 mm. Made from cardboard.
Milk Choclate (sugar, cocoa butter, full cream milk powder, cocoa mass, lactose, emulsifier, soya lecithin). Milk choclate contains 25% cocoa solids minimum, 14% milk solids minimum. Allergy information: comtains milk and soya.
Store in a cool dry place between 10 and 18 degrees.
NOTE: Contains traces of EGGS and is produced where NUTS are handled.
Ramadan Around The World Book (Preorder)£23.99
This book is for preorder. This book will be dispatched a week before Ramadan (2nd week of May) inshallah.
Ramadan Around The World covers how children from various cultures around the world celebrate Ramadan. The purpose of this book is to illustrate the diversity of the Muslim community around the world. Children of various nationalities, abilities and disabilities are represented throughout the book. Also, families of diverse sizes and demographics have been equally represented. The book is narrated by the Ramadan moon who takes the reader around the world to visit children as they observe Ramadan.
As the moon visits each country, a wide range of cultural customs, dishes, traditional wear and key Ramadan spiritual practices are introduced to the reader. The young reader will be swept away with the bright colors and relatable content and also enjoy this journey of travel, discovery and learning.
It is a book that can be enjoyed by children as young as one and as old as 11 as each child will notice something that speaks to them or teaches them something new. Toddlers will love the illustrations that depict people and food; preschoolers will enjoy making connections to it; young readers will be excited to read this on their own; elementary school kids will gain an insight into the different architecture and environment on each page; and, older readers will be delighted to learn that the Muslim world they are a part of spreads to all the ends of the earth.
WHY RAMADAN AROUND THE WORLD?
- Teaches children about people, cultures and countries across the world
- Focuses on inclusion and acceptance of diverse abilities, disabilities and family types e.g. single mother, raised by grandparents, two-parent homes, etc.
- Highlights key Ramadan vocabulary
- Vibrant and fun illustrated spreads that are easy to follow
- Includes a map for kids and info for educators on Ramadan