Things To Do With Your Family in Ramadan

  • Publish date: Sunday، 25 April 2021
Things To Do With Your Family in Ramadan
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Ramadan is all about family, traditions and of course food, but when it arrives our whole routine shifts to more sleeping hours and staying up late while keeping in mind most of us have jobs the next day! So how does one make sure he's spending quality time with his family during the holy month of Ramadan?

In light of Covid-19 and the restrictions, fun is restricted and so here is how you can create your own fun with your family this Ramadan.

If you miss Ramadan tents, then why not create your own? Get creative and make your own tent with a nice colorful set of carpet and cushions, make it fancy and add the decorations needed, and lastly get your loved ones around you. But, of course do not forget the essentials such as dates, food, coffee and everything you would want to offer guests of your own DIY majlis.

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You could also get creative by creating a Ramadan Advent Calendar where you can fill each day with sweets and all kinds of things you would like to offer. It will get the kids mainly excited.

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Ramadan decorations are all about lanterns, so you can get handsy and creative by making paper lanterns with your kids, as it’ll be exciting for them to get creative with all colors and glitters.

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As we all know Ramadan is all about giving, as we have seen HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai has announced the launch of ‘100 million meals campaign’ and so you could make you own charity jar together and have the kids fill it up to be donated at their favorite charity at the end of the month, as this will teach them the importance of giving.

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And, of course we could never forget the board and old school games, Ramadan mubarak and stay safe!

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