Today I’m sharing a few more Ramadan coloring pages from this colouring book. I hope you like them!
Printing out some simple Ramadan themed activities and crafts is a great way to help get the kids involved and excited during the beautiful month of Ramadan.
We also have a 30 days of Ramadan good deeds printable which you can find at the bottom of this post, which is a great option to use if you have made a Ramadan calendar for your family.
Kids of all ages will love to get involved in these simple Ramadan activities, to feel the excitement and Ramadan spirit and to keep busy to keep the hunger away til Iftar time!
Make sure you’ve stocked up on printer ink and printer paper before you start any printing – you don’t want to run out halfway through!
Ramadan Coloring Pages for Kids
These pages print out on A4 paper, get stocked up ready for the month of Ramadan.
The pages included are a
- Muslim boy colouring page
- Muslim girl colouring page
- Muslim family colouring page
- Masjid or mosque colouring page.
Updated for 2022 with 5 new coloring pages:
- Ramadan Mubarak lanterns and crescent coloring page
- I love Ramadan kids at the mosque coloring page
- Ramadan Kareem lantern and moon coloring page
- Iftar time dates coloring page
- Tasbeeh coloring page saying dhikr
Download all of these Islamic coloring pages in PDF format at the end of this blog post.
Muslim boy colouring page
Color this little Muslim boy picture, getting ready for the month of Ramadan
Muslim Girl Colouring Page
Color this little cartoon Muslim girl picture with hijab ready to go to the mosque.
Muslim Family Colouring Page
Color the entire Muslim family, on their way to the masjid for salah time, maybe to pray taraweeh in the Ramadan nights. Or maybe to share Iftar with their community!
Mosque Colouring Page
Color and decorate the mosque to make it beautiful ready for worship and prayer.
Ramadan Mubarak Coloring
This Ramadan Mubarak coloring page is great for making a Ramadan card for friends and family to wish them a happy ramadan
Ramadan Kareem Coloring
This Ramadan Kareem coloring page is also great for making Ramadan cards for our loved ones.
I love Ramadan Coloring
This I love Ramadan coloring page is cute and positive for kids to feel happiness and pride in their Muslim identity.
Iftar Time Bowl of Dates Ramadan Coloring
At Iftar time the most traditional food to break your fast is dates, so color this bowl of dates. Kids can even use this coloring pages to make some signs to decorate around the Iftar table
Tasbeeh Dhikr Time Ramadan Coloring
Ramadan is a time of remembering Allah so color the tasbeeh and remember Allah with bismillah, subhanallah and alhamdullillah.
More Ramadan Printables, Coloring and Activities
If you would like more Islamic themed pages for your children to colour in, then don’t forget to take a look at these too:
Arabic alphabet printables (these are in the middle of this plasticine post)
- Ramadan Maze and Crossword Printable Activities
- Free Printable Ramadan Word Search
- Ramadan Decorations and Calendars
- Visit ArabicPrintables.com
Download Your Free Printable Ramadan Coloring Pages Below
Download PDF format as a free instant digital download.
The first four coloring pages are in individual PDF files and the newer 5 are all bundled into one PDF file.
Do not redistribute the PDF files.
All five of the new Ramadan coloring pages are inside the below PDF file.
Please go ahead and share these free Ramadan coloring pages and printables with friends and family so that more families can enjoy them.
Ask your friends to visit this blog post and download their own copy, rather than redistributing the PDF file. This allows us to keep producing more free resources for you all
Follow our Arabic, Islamic and Ramadan board over on Pinterest for lots more ideas and inspiration for your children during Ramadan and all year round!
These colouring pages are great for both Muslim or non-Muslim children, to learn about different religions and cultures.
Ramadan Mubarak everyone! 🙂
Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.