Resources & Tips For a Fun Filled Eid

Wow! Can you believe another Ramadan is almost here??? Alhumdulilah! This time of year brings about such excitement, as we busy ourselves in preparation for this blessed month. We’re planning our crafts, readjusting our schedules, planning iftars and sahoors, lesson planning and preparing ourselves both mentally and spiritually. May Allah move us all to work for the bounties and endless blessings that this month has to offer.

Just as we prepare ourselves to have a beneficial, and productive Ramadan, just as much energy, goes into making sure that Eid is joyous and festive as well. Whether you’re in charge of planning Eid for your immediate family or your entire community, Eid planning can create quite a rigorous routine. We’re usually running about buying new clothes, and gifts. We have menus to plan, halls and rooms to decorate, invitations to send, and children’s activities to coordinate. Ahh, yes! We are all pleasantly busy. 🙂 It’s definitely a labor of love for me, and so many families during Ramadan and Eid.

As with my Ramadan and Eid activity planning, I have found the Internet to be my best friend when it comes to finding great ideas and inspiration. Alhumdulilah! There are so many sites out there nowadays, that I am not at a loss of what to do for Eid this year. Listed below are links to sites I found offering advice, worksheets, games, crafts and more.
  1. Eid story and online jigsaw puzzle
  2. Eid puzzles and worksheets
  3. Eid lesson plans and worksheets
  4. Moon sighting tips
  5. Eid ul Fitr lapbook
  6. Eid and Ramadan planner
  7. Celebrating Eid on a budget
  8. Ideas for making Eid exciting for children
  9. Eid party activities 
  10. Throwing an Eid party
  11. Eid parties for busy moms
  12. 5 tips for an easy Eid party
  13. 6 tips for throwing a kid friendly party
  14. 19 things to remember on Eid day
  15. Eid decorations for sale
  16. Eid decorations for sale 2
  17. Eid decorations for sale 3
  18. Free printable Eid decorations
  19. Decoration ideas 1
  20. Decoration ideas 2
  21. Decoration ideas 3
  22. Decoration ideas 4
  23. 5 Green Ideas For Eid Day
  24. DIY Eid cards

If you are planning Eid for a big group you may want to google “outdoor activities for kids”. There are so many to choose from. Here is a small list of some of my favorites:

  1. Hopscotch
  2. Jumprope and Double Dutch
  3. Red Light, Green Light
  4. Mother, May I
  5. Simon Says
  6. Tag
  7. Freeze Tag
  8. Seven Up
  9. 3 legged Race
  10. Sack Race
  11. Relay Race
  12. Duck, Duck Goose
  13. What Time Is It Mr. Fox
  14. Scavenger Hunt
  15. Wheelbarrow Race

We really appreciate your feedback, so leave us a comment and let us know what you think. Feel free to share some of the ways you make Eid special for your family. Thank you so much for stopping by and please come again. 🙂

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Jamila is a homeschool mom, author, blogger, entrepreneur and sometimes gardener.

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