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Allah tells us in the Qur’an…
َّ َ ِ ۡ َ َّ ِ ۡ ُ َ َ َ
ُوما خلَ ۡقت ٱلجن وٱۡلنس إَِّل لِي َۡعبُد ون
I created the jinn and humankind only that they might worship Me (Surah adh-Dhariyat ayah 56)
Saum in Ramadan is one of the pillars of Islam!
From when the sun starts to rise in the morning, to when the sun sets at night, we do not eat or drink during the month of
Sahur is a special meal eaten before
the sun rises late at night…like a
very early breakfast!
Narrated Anas bin Malik: The Prophet
“Take Sahur as there is a blessing in it.”
Sahih al Bukhari,
The Book of As-Saum hadeeth #1923
Draw a picture of what you would like to eat for Suhur.
During the day we do not eat or
Also we must not be rude or
mean to anyone!
At the end of the day when the sun sets, we can
It is good to eat dates because the Prophet
told us it is good to eat them
when we break our fast!
Salam bin ‘Amir narrated that the Messenger of
“When any one of you breaks his fast, let him
break it with dates. If he cannot find dates, then
let him break it with water, for it is a means of
Sunan Ibn Majah
Chapter on what has been narrated concerning fasting,
Hadeeth # 1699
Draw a picture of what you would like to eat after breaking fast
The thirst is gone, and the veins are quenched, and the reward is assured, if Allah wills
At the time of breaking our fast, when we are
about to eat, there is a dua’a we can say, just as
the Prophet Muhammad
used to say when breaking his fast: “The thirst
is gone, and the veins are quenched, and the reward is assuredif Allah wills”. Sunan Abu Dawud, The book of Fasting, hadeeth # 2357
In Ramadan people pray late at night, hoping for Allah’s reward and forgiveness!
Design a mat….you could use felt tips and pencils to colour, or even stick bits of paper or material…its up to you!
On Laylat ul-Qadr Allah gives us more rewards! So we try to so lots of worship. We do not know when Laylat ul-Qadr is
exactly, but we know it is in the last 10 nights of Ramadan!
At the end of Ramadan is a big celebration, E’id
ul Fitr! This is a special time and we gather
together to pray Salaat ul E’id!
Draw a Ramadan picture!
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