Ramadan is on it’s way and I have shared our Ramadan Jar craft over at Multicultural Kid Bloggers to launch our collaborative Ramadan series. A Ramadan jar is a simple Ramadan activity for kids that you can use to hold slips of paper and pick one out each day – a great way to use this is for the 30 Days of Good Deeds for Ramadan challenge.
One idea is for the slips of paper to contain a good deed to do for the day, another way to use them would be to write a short ayah or hadith on each paper as a reflection for the day, or you can use them to pick out a fun Ramadan craft or activity to do with the children that day.
Today I’m going to share a list of good deed ideas that you can print to cut out and fill up your Ramadan jar.
The concept is pretty similar to a jar full of small acts of kindness, so if you are not Muslim and don’t celebrate Ramadan you could adjust this idea to fit your own family better.
Download the PDF printable list at the end of this blog post.
30 days of Good Deeds for a Ramadan Jar
The reward for good deeds is multiplied during the Holy month of Ramadan. What better time to encourage our kids to get involved and compete with completing all kinds of good deeds, helping others, performing ibadah (worship) and being of benefit to our community?