Eid Al Adha and Hajj Crafts for Kids

The month of Dhul Hijja is here, with those fortunate ones heading off for Hajj and those of us at home looking forward to Eid al Adha which is soon approaching. I’ve put together a collection of simple Eid al Adha and Hajj ideas to do with the kids, to help learn about the significance of Hajj and this special month.

Kaba Crafts

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kaba crafts for kids to learn about hajj and celebrate eid al adha

Kaba Paperclip Bookmark from A Crafty Arab

Pop up Kaba Eid Cards from Jasmine and Co (link in French, also has more idea for pop up cards)

Hajj Lego Diorama from Muslim Learning Garden (there are more great ideas on this link too!)

Kaba Party Decor from This Little Life of Mine. This is from an Umrah party – but would totally work for Eid al Adha too. I love the simple and classy decor she made with the colour scheme of the Kaba

Milk Carton Kaba from With a Spin

Mosaic Art from Ilm Edu Play

Sheep Crafts

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Sheep crafts for eid al adha

Paper plate sheep from In The Playroom

Pom Pom sheep garland from Coffee with Us Three

Sheep cupcakes from Land O Lakes

Colourful paper plate sheep from A Crafty Arab

Bubble wrap sheep from Mess for Less

Sheep mobile from Red Ted Art

See more sheep crafts here

Hajj Re-enactment

Ishmael and Family Story Stones

Re-enact the Hajj story with these Ishmael and family story stones from A Crafty Arab, or try the shadow puppets.

This ‘mock Hajj‘ from Confessions of a Muslim Mummaholic is a great idea. Click through to read all of the details they included. What a fun way to learn about Hajj, by doing and experiencing!

Also check out this Hajj re-enactment from Muslim Learning Garden, with detailed Hajj passports that look great!

Follow along with the Hajj for Kids series on Multicultural Kid Blogs for more!

More Ideas for Muslim Kids

You might also like these posts from here at In The Playroom. Some of the Ramadan and Eid al Fitr ideas can be adapted and repurposed for Eid al Adha too!

Mehndi Hand Colouring Pages

Prayer Mat Colouring Page for Kids

CD Mosaic Moon Craft

Ramadan Decorations and Calendars

30 Days of Good Deeds for a Ramadan Jar

Ramadan Colouring Pages

Ramadan Maze and Crossword Printable Activities

Free Printable Ramadan Word Search

Ramadan Printables for Kids

Ramadan Activities for Children

Watercolour Mosque Silhouette Pictures

Turkish Blue Mosque Kids Craft

Practising the Arabic Alphabet with Plasticine

How Big Is Allah : Children’s Book

13 Creative Mosque Crafts to Make with Kids

Arabic Alphabet Craft : Decorating Candles

Cutting & Sticking Mosque Pictures with free printable templates


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