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    Ramadan Crafts

    2007

    A special thank you to all contributors tothis Ramadan crafts compilation!

    Have a blessed Ramadan!

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    Ramadan Crafts.................................................................................................. 1

    ABCs of Ramadan.......... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... ....... 3

    Calendar Chain.......................................................................................................................................... 4

    Date Chain ......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ......... 5Elegant Candle..... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... ....... 6

    Dates from Tree to Table .............. .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 7

    Fanoos........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 8

    High Ceiling Mosaic .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... .. 10

    Henna Cones.......... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 11

    Henna Hands ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... .. 13

    Illuminated Masjid .......... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... ..... 14

    Magnets............. .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ......... 15

    Mobile: Masjid .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... 16

    Mobile: Masjid II .......... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ....... 18

    Mobile: Moon and Stars....... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... 20

    Moon over Mecca.......... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ....... 21

    Mosaic Sun Catcher ......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 22

    Patchwork Skirt............. .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ....... 23

    Pillars of Islam.......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... 24

    Prayer Rug Patterns......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 25

    Ramadan Journal.......... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ....... 26

    Ramadan Blessing Tree........... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ....... 27

    Ramadan Calendar .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... .... 28

    Ramadan Calendar II...... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... ..... 29

    Ramadan Collage..... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... .. 31

    Ramadan Diorama.......... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... ........... ..... 32

    More Ideas............. ........... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... ........... 33

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    ABCs of Ramadan

    Source: http://www.mamanmusulmanes.net

    Materials Needed:

    White paper Crayons or markers Islamic patterns and illustrations Scissors Glue

    Instructions:

    You can create this project during the entire month of Ramadan (on average oneletter a day) and have a finished ABC book on Eid. Write each letter on the top ofthe page (in different styles or fonts) and illustrate. Examples for the ABCs ofRamadan could be:

    A Allah Abstain N NahaarB Bismillah Basboosa O OneC Crescent P Prayer - ProphetD Duaa Dates Q Quran Qamar el deenE Eid ul Fitr R RamadanF Fajr Fasting S SuhoorG Good deeds T TaraweehH Halawa Harira U UmmahI Iftar V VirtuesJ Jamaah W WaterK Konafa X eXellentL Laylatul Qadr Y YawmM Milk Z Zakatul Fitr

    Examples partly taken from Talibiddeen Jr.s e-book A Ramadan Alphabet

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    Calendar Chain

    Source: http://www.submission.org

    Materials Needed:

    Colored construction paper Glue or tape String or ribbon

    Instructions:

    Cut colored strips of construction paper into approx. 8" lengths. (30 strips foreach child). Glue or staple strips of construction paper into a chain. You will need30 links (rings) in your chain (One for each day until the end of Ramadan). Makea pretty pattern; alternate the colors of the rings. You may attach the completedchain to the bottom of your designed masjid (see Mobile: Masjid project) or toother designs, e.g. a large crescent, or a star. Hang it on a wall or in a doorway.Everyday neatly tear off one of the rings all the way to the end of Ramadan.Remind the children that Ramadan can be either 29 or 30 days.

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    Date Chain

    Source: Umm Layla http://ummlayla.blogspot.com/2005/10/ramadan-craft.html

    (Visit the Umm Laylas blog for detailed images and step-by-step instructions.)

    Materials Needed:

    2 rolls colored cellophane Dates Curling ribbon Piece of cardboard

    Instructions:

    First you cut a piece of cellophane in a rectangle (half the length of the roll andabout 6 inches tall) and lay the dates in it.

    Then you roll the dates up like a cigar. Then you tie either end like a tootsie roll.Then, you fold the roll in half and tie a ribbon towards the dates to make a

    cellophane loop. And you nee to repeat the first steps until you have 30 bunches.

    Now, you use a ribbon and connect the bunches by their loops. Be sure to haveall the loops facing the same direction. And, tie the ribbon in a bow so the kidscan just pull one end of the bow to release the bunch for the day. Finally, securethe whole thing to a piece of cardboard through 2 holes and two pieces of theribbon looped through the last cellophane hole.

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    Dates from Tree to Table

    Source: http://www.crayola.com

    Materials Needed:

    Colored pencils Glue Scissors File folders

    Instructions:

    Create a triarama display to show your understanding of the role that date palmsplay in the observance of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Open a recycled file folderand cut it into a square with Scissors. Fold the square into a triangle, and then

    fold it the other direction to make a smaller triangle. Open the file folder and cutalong any one of the new folds from the edge into the center of the square. Slidethe two triangles on either side of the cut on top of one another to form a floorand two-sided corner. Flatten out, noting which sides are walls and which triangleis the floor.

    With Colored Pencils, draw a scene of breaking the fast on the two walls. Includedates and water or other details. Add more visual information to indicate the timeof day and location of the home. Decorate the floor of the triarama with a rug.

    Pop up your triarama and use Glue to seal the bottom triangle under the floor.

    On another piece of file folder, draw a date palm tree, ripe with dates ready to bepicked. Cut another small piece of file folder and fold it to fit behind the trunk forsupport. Glue in place. Attach the tree to your scene.

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    Fanoos

    Source: http://www.americasmuslimfamily.com

    Materials Needed:

    Cardstock paper Metallic paper Colored tissue paper Scissors Ruler Pencil Hole puncher Glue stick

    Instructions:

    Print out template(http://www.americasmuslimfamily.com/hullabaloo/fanoos/fanoos.html ) on cardstock or heavy paper, (if your printer will accept heavier paper or card stock,otherwise print it on regular paper and glue it to card stock-be sure to glue entiresurface of paper!)

    Cut on the solid lines and score and fold on the dashed lines (score by using astraight edge and a pen and heavily mark on the lines on the inside of yourfanoos, this makes it easier to fold it up in the end).

    Cut out the gray rectangles or cut any shapes you like, keeping in mind you wantthe colors to show through when youre done. You may want to ask an adult tocut them out with a craft knife instead of scissors.

    Use a hole puncher or a craft punch to cut out shapes in the top portions of yourlantern.

    Using a glue stick paste around the holes youve made and cover them withbrightly colored tissue paper. Glue or tape a piece of ribbon or yarn to the top ofyour fanoos. Coat the inside of the A flaps with your glue stick.

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    High Ceiling Mosaic

    Source: http://www.crayola.com

    Materials Needed:

    Paint brushes Metallic pencils Model Magic Glue Glitter glue Scissors Newspaper Toothpicks

    Boxes/cardboard

    Instructions:

    With Scissors, cut thin cardboard to fit over a box opening to be a faade. Cut anarch from the middle. Save the cutout piece. Roll a sheet of blue or white CrayolaModel Magic. Roll smaller sheets of white, green, or other colors. Cut the smallsheets into tiny pieces. Press these "tiles" into the first sheet to create a mosaicpattern. If you wish, use a toothpick to create a honeycomb effect in the mosaic.

    Lay the box on its back and fill it with lightly crumpled newspaper. Drape themosaic over the top of the newspaper (when it dries it will hang from the top ofthe box like a vaulted ceiling). Attach the mosaic to the box with Glue. Air-dry themosaic at least overnight.

    With Crayola Metallic Colored Pencils, decorate the cardboard faade and cutoutpiece in Arabic style with geometric and calligraphy designs. Use a Paint Brushto smooth on a thin layer of Glitter Glue to adorn the design. Air-dry the glue.

    Mix and roll out more Model Magic for the portals floor and sidewalls. For amarbleized effect, mix blue and white together just a bit. Air-dry the sheets. Toassemble your portal, remove the newspaper. Glue the cutout arch piece to theback of the box. Glue the Model Magic sheets to the floor and walls. Glue thefaade to the front. Air-dry your beautiful work of architecture!

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    Henna Cones

    Source: Sister Blake

    Materials Needed:

    Scissors Tape Mylar wrap Cellophane Rotary cutter and mat Basket wrap Small rubber bands Long pointy item

    (chopstick, skewer)

    Instructions:

    If you are using Mylar tissue, keep hands moisturized, as you can not roll tissueMylar if the humidity is low and your hands are dry, too much static electricitymakes the tissue unmanageable.

    Cut Mylar tissue into 6x7 inch rectangles.

    Continue rolling till the cone is formed, using a small push pull motion to makethe cone the length and width you like.

    When you come to the last bit, shift and pull the cone until the opening at the tipis the size you like. This can be adjusted until the opening is as small as a pinwhole.

    Tape down the little tail, the 1 1/2 inches left over at the tip.

    Cut a small square piece of tape and wrap it around the very tip of the cone. Thiswill hold the teensy, tiny opening in place and prevent any slippage orunwrapping.

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    Tape over the seam on the outside using 2 pieces of tape approximately 1 1/2inches long.

    Using a long item such as a chopstick or long pointy scissors, put a piece of tapeinside the cone as far down as you can get it, place another piece further up the

    inside of the cone to secure the inside of the cone and keep it from unrolling asyou use it.

    Your cone is now complete. You can fill 3-4cones with henna paste if you beginwith 20 grams of dry powder.

    Fill the cone 1/2 to 2/3 rd's of the way with several tablespoons of henna.

    Give the cone one twist just above the paste and seal with a tiny rubber band.

    Scoot the rubber band down the length of the cone as you use it to keep thepressure consistent. These cones will last all day at an event without unrolling,unraveling, or developing sloppy, large tips.

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    Henna Hands

    Source: http://www.crayola.com

    Materials Needed:

    Fine line markers Erasable colored pencils Markers Construction paper

    Instructions:

    Trace around your hands, spread apart, on construction paper with Erasable

    Colored Pencils. Between them, draw a Muslim girl, Hindu bride, or other femalecelebrating a special occasion. Color her skin with Multicultural Markers. Colorher clothing (traditional or contemporary) with your colored pencils.

    Use a brown or red Fine Line Marker and your imagination to create henna-likedesigns on the hands. Make the art intricate and delicate. Write or present adescription of the event that is being celebrated and the meaning of the symbols.

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    Magnets

    Source: Sister Blake

    Materials Needed:

    inch round magnets Glass accent marbles

    with one side flat lookin the floral section

    Glue that dries on clear Images Scissors

    Instructions:

    Find images.

    Cut each image with your scissors to fit the magnet.

    Next, take your glue, using a drop the size of a pencil eraser or a little less; glueyour image to the marble. Be careful not to use too much or the image will slideall over the place!

    After the glue dries, put a drop of glue, the same size as before, in the middle ofthe back of the letter. Then press down the magnet onto the back of the image.

    Let it dry for about an hour.

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    * Note: Can be made with the Calendar Chain project.

    THE HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN

    FOR THE MUSLIMS HAS BEGUN

    PRAISING GOD THROUGH THE DAY,

    FROM DAWN TO DUSK WE FAST AND PRAY.

    WE PAY ZAKAT FOR THOSE IN NEED,

    TRYING OUR BEST TO DO GOOD DEEDS.

    WHEN THE SUN HAS SET, AND DAY IS DONE-

    I'LL BREAK THIS CHAIN, BUT ONLY ONE.

    BY THE END OF RAMADAN, THIS WHOLE CHAIN WILL

    BE ALL GONE!

    IT'S TIME TO CELEBRATE AND SHARE IN THE FUN!!!

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    Mobile: Moon and Stars

    Source: Sister Blake

    Materials Needed:

    Construction paper Scissors Pencil Black glitter Glow in the dark glitter String

    Instructions:

    Take black and yellow construction paper, cut out moons and stars, glue blackglitter on the outsides of the moons and glitter the stars with glow in the darkglitter so that they glow when the lights are out. The string should be cut indifferent lengths and then taped to the ceiling so they hang at different lengths.

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    Moon over Mecca

    Source: http://www.crayola.com

    Materials Needed:

    Watercolor pencils Watercolor brushes Newspaper White paper Paper towels Container of water

    Instructions:

    Research the date on which Ramadan is observed for the current year. Draw apicture using Watercolor Pencils. You might choose to illustrate moon phases, amasjid, traditional Muslim clothing, important cities such as Mecca, or othersymbols of the fast of Ramadan.

    Cover your work area with newspaper. Blend the colors with Watercolor Brushesand water to create soft, intermingled designs. Dry.

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    Patchwork Skirt

    Source: Sister Blake

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    Prayer Rug Patterns

    Source: http://www.crayola.com

    Materials Needed:

    Erasable Twistables crayons White paper

    Instructions:

    Draw your ideas for a prayer rug pattern with Erasable Twistables. Include acentral motif, borders, and intricate patterns. If you change your mind, just erase

    and begin again. Capture the unique colors of these beautiful rugs!

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    Ramadan Journal

    Source: www.momnetworkatl.org/storytime3.html

    Let your child start a Ramadan Journal.In it he or she can write about his or herfeelings and thoughts on fasting,reading the Quran and so on. You canalso make a journal with smallerchildren and write a story about whatmakes Ramadan special and drawdecorations to go along with it.

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    Ramadan Blessing Tree

    Source: Sister Blake

    Materials Needed:

    Brown construction paper Colored construction paper Tape Scissors Paint/markers/crayons

    Instructions:

    Cut a tree out of brown construction paper or paint the tree.

    Talk about what a blessing is and how Allah blesses us witheverything we have/are.

    Cut leaves out of construction paper (you can laminate them in

    order to reuse them next year). Every day your child identifies a blessing in her/his life. You write

    this blessing on the leave and tape it to the tree after saying Thankyou, Allah, for [your choice]!

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    Ramadan Calendar

    Source: Sister Blake

    Materials Needed:

    Poster board Markers Decoration

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    Ramadan Calendar II

    Source: Umm Layla http://ummlayla.blogspot.com/2006/09/ramadan-craft.html (Visit Umm Laylas blog for images of the step-by-step instructions)

    Materials Needed:

    1 yard of 54 inch wide felt 2 36 inch long 3/4 inch dowels 8 pieces of 9"x12" felt Number and letter stencils Paint and brush for stencils Glue gun (or good fabric glue)

    Wooden decorations for the endof the dowels

    Whatever other little things youwant to decorate the finishedproduct with

    It is helpful to have a rotary cutter andguide... But of course scissors will worktoo. And you can buy numbers andletters in felt.

    Instructions:

    You cut the 9x12 pieces into four 4 1/2x6 pieces for the pockets.

    Square up your main piece of felt, making it about 34 inches wide. You will clipoff the excess at the bottom later. Then, fold over the top and create a pocket forthe dowel (an inch will do. Just glue it on the edge.

    Stencil on your lettering across the top.

    Lay out your pockets in rows of five alternating colors as you go. It is helpful touse a yardstick or some straight edge to keep you in line as you glue.

    Once you have all those pesky pockets glued stencil on all your numbers.

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    Now you need to trim off the bottom leaving enough room for the lower dowelpocket. Make that pocket the same way you did the one on the top. Then, put thedowels through and glue on whatever you choose for the ends on the top andbottom dowels. Now they are snug in place.

    Finally, add your decorations where you think they are needed and place a stringon the top dowel to hang it. Then the fun part... Fill it with a little treat for everyday of Ramadan!

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    Ramadan Collage

    Source: http://www.theholidayspot.com

    Materials Needed:

    Pictures of masjids and minarets Blue, black and white construction paper Scissors Gold and silver glitter Glue

    Instructions:

    Let imaginations have free reign! You can either cut out the shapes using tracingpaper on the images you've already collected. Or you can go for full-fledgedcollage by tearing paper into small pieces. And, then assemble them into theshape of familiar Ramadan signs. For instance, cut out the shape of the crescentmoon from the white construction paper. Make stencils of masjids and minaretswith the help of translucent tracing paper. And cut out shapes from the blackconstruction paper using the stencil.

    Cut out a long strip of blue construction paper. Glue the white moon. Do it in a

    way so the moon tilts up sideways. Fix up plenty of star stickers, including one alittle above the crescent moon. Create a skyline of silhouetted masjids andminarets jutting out their heads along the bottom line of the blue banner.

    Take a few small strips of blue paper. Write Ramadan with the help of a thickbrush dunked in glue in various styles. Now pour plenty of glitters over the words.Fine-tune the glittery Ramadan with a clean piece of cloth and fingertip.Leave it to dry. And fix the banner on the wall.

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    Ramadan Diorama

    Source: http://ourseeds.tripod.com/activities.html

    Image: Sister Vanda

    Materials Needed:

    A shoe box or similar sized box (keep lid if youhave one)

    Paper Pencils, crayons, or markers; Glue Yarn Scraps of material or anything for extra effects.

    Instructions:

    Step 1. Decide on a theme.

    Step 2. Cut a piece a paper to fit the back (inside) of the box and two pieces forthe sides. Draw the setting on these pieces of paper. Paste the setting pieces inthe box.

    Step 3. Draw and color individual pieces. Decide where you want these to be inthe diorama. Some should be back and some forward, some could be hangingfrom the top or attached to the side. You can use yarn to hang things.

    HINT: To make your objects stand up...fold the bottom 1/4 inch back. Glue thebottom to the floor of the diorama. If the object falls backward make a small stripand attach it to the back of the object on one side and the other side can beattached to the back orbottom.

    Step 4. Use the extra materials to add the finishing touches.

    Have fun. Store for future use by putting the lid on the box. For those who arecreative: Write a story or a play to go with your diorama.

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    More Ideas

    Source: http://ourseeds.tripod.com/activities.html

    Make your own prayer rugs. Take pillow cases decorate them with fabricpaint.

    Do a hajj presentation. Make a Kabah model, wear white sheets and "do"hajj.

    Make small mosques out of boxes. Decorate them and then cut a smallslot in the top so the boxes can be used as banks to hold loose change.

    Play a game called "Allah Says." Tell the kids something like, "Allah saysdo your prayers." And immediately the kids have to go through all the

    positions. Or say, "Allah says make wudhu." Make Kabah pop-up cards for Eid to give to friends & family. Make your own tin can luminary to light during the nights of Lailat Al Qadr. Make a moon phase calendar (picture or cutout of the moon for each day

    of Ramadan) and have an easy activity for the kids to do every day (likekissing mom or day, cleaning one's room, eating a goodie, recite one'sfavorite surah, tell something about Rasul Allah (salallahu alayhi wasalam).

    Make stained glass cookies using moon cutouts for center stained glasspart.

    Make collage of things we do in Ramadan.

    Go to library, get a holiday crafts book and adapt activities to Ramadantheme.

    Make a list of good things that each child wants to do during Ramadanand do them.

    Learn an Islamic song or make up your own. Learn a rhythmic dhikr or make up a song about Ramadan, forgiveness,

    etc. Make a drum and/or tambourine to use in your songs and especially for

    Eid celebration. Learn how to calculate Zakat and have kids help you determine where the

    Zakat should go...let them give it also.

    Make a map of Makkah. Make girl and boy corn husk dolls, give them Islamic names and have

    your children write letters to them daily. Get a book about Islamic art and/or calligraphy and pick your favorite and

    try to reproduce it (at least on paper using crayons, colored sand, piecesof cut up construction paper for mosaic tiles, glitter glue, etc.) .

    String up lights either inside the house or outside to be plugged in atmaghrib.

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    Send Ramadan cards to friends either snail mail or e-cards. Make homemade gifts for Muslim friends, schoolmates and teachers. Make cookies to take to neighbors and friends.

    If you would like to contribute a craft to this compilation, please contact:[email protected]

    This e-book will be updated, InshaAllah. Thank you!