I always wanted to make a meaningful Ramadan Journal for children.
Since my older child is now an independent reader, I ‘had’ to make a journal for her for this Ramadan. A journal that would enrich her Ramadan experience by increasing her knowledge about this blessed month as well as some basic concepts revolving around Ramadan. A journal that would also keep her occupied with interesting yet beneficial activities. I wanted to give her each day a portion of ‘Ilm along with a cup of imaan, so that she benefits her soul in Ramadan just as I do.
It took me a couple of months to brainstorm, write, edit, design and put this journal together. I have included topics that are core to this month so that it builds a foundation in her understanding of Ramadan such as explaining the pillars of Islam, what is Ramadan and how Quran is related strongly to this month, how was Quran revealed, why was it revealed, how do we to fast, and most importantly why do we fast, what are the rewards of fasting, what is Laylatul Qadr, what is Sadaqah al-fitr, how to celebrate Eid, and so on.
To keep the journal fun and interesting I have also included a mini moon phase book, mind maps, Islamic stories with reading response, fast tracker, Ramadan calendar, good deeds chart, Ramadan journal prompts and much more.
I pray that it benefits her and all of you not just in Ramadan but also beyond the blessed month. Ameen.
Assalaamu ‘Alaikum dear sisters,
I have taken down the Ramadan Journal temporarily for the purpose of editing. It will be back on the blog when Ramadan will be near once again – Insha’Allah!