This Ramadan we are sharing dishes from around the world and how to make them with kids. This week is qar al deen or apricot pudding which is a staple and favorite dessert in Egyptian households.
Every year, about a month before Ramadan, I sit down and make a list of activities that I would like to do with my kids. It gets a little overwhelming because the list keeps getting longer because there are lots of ideas on Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. Below you will find a list of creative activities and crafts that my kids and I do together every year plus a few new ones.
This year, we are participating in the 99 Names of Allah Challenge countdown to Ramadan which starts in early May this year. The 99 Names of Allah Challenge means we…
Today officially starts the first day of Ramadan for Muslims around the world. For the next 30 days, Muslims will be fasting, performing good deeds, and reading Quran. Here are…