These Ramadan resources are some that I have recommended to Parents Anonymous parents. Resources are in alphabetical order according to the resource titles. If you find a broken link or have a resource to share with other parents please use the contact form below.

Cheap is good, free is better! It is my endeavor to locate no-cost resources for parents but occasionally some websites will charge some type of membership fees or subscription. Ultimately, it is the parent’s responsibility to monitor their child’s online activities.

Click these links to download and print Ramadan Word Searches:

10 Ramadan Activities for Your Children – OnIslam

101 Funtastic Ramadan Crafts and Activities

30 Children’s Activities For Ramadan – Mother’s Notebook

30 Children’s Activities for Ramadan – Good Tree Montessori Homeschool

5 Perfect Crafts for Ramadan – InCultureParent

99 Tips to Help Kids Fast during Ramadan

About Ramadan – 30-days Prayer Network

Activities for Younger Children

Assalamualaikum and Welcome to Ramadan on the Net – Holidays

Eid – ActivityVillage

Eid Colouring Pages – Activity Village

Fact Sheet For Teachers

How Ramadan Works – HowStuffWorks?

Islamic Holidays and Observances

Islamic/Muslim Ideas – DLTK

Pre-school Programme for Ramadan

Ramadan – Wikipedia

Ramadan Activities – OurSeeds

Ramadan Activities for the Little Ummah – Resources, Tips and More

Ramadan Begins in United Kingdom

Ramadan & Eid Crafts Ideas – Muslim Learning Garden

Ramadan (calendar month) – Wikipedia

Ramadan Curriculum: 30 Days of Activities

Ramadan Activities for Kids – American Muslim Mom

Ramadan Crafts For Kids – AHC Arts & Crafts

Ramadan Games

Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr – The month of fasting (Glossary of Islam)

Ramadan FAQ – For Non-Muslims

Ramadan – Google

Ramadan – Haq Islam

Ramadan Information

Ramadan – History Channel

Ramadan.co.uk – Also Recipes, Articles

Ramadan Craft Ideas – Pintrest

Ramadan Lessons – YemenLinks

Ramadan Materials – YemenLinks

Ramadan – Month of Fasting – Islam101

Ramadan starts in United States – TimeAndDate

Tariq Ramadan

Teaching Your Kids About Ramadan

Upcoming Ramadan Countdowns – MyCountdown

Welcome to Ramadan Information Center – IslamiCity

What is Ramadan? – About

What is Ramadan? – KiddyHouse

When Is Ramadan?


Quick And Easy Ramadan Recipes – Food

Ramadan Recipes – AllRecipes

Ramadan Recipes – Facebook

Ramadan Recipes – Food

Ramadan Recipes – Nestle

Ramadan – How-To

Ramadan Recipes – HUM

Ramadan Recipes! – Pintrest

Ramadan Traditions and Recipes – Epicurious


100 Moral Stories For Children
By IslamicOccasions.com

Balancing Life As A Muslim Mom
By Ponn Sabra – AmericanMuslimMom.com

Celebrating Ramadan: A Resource For Educators
By The Outreach Center, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University

Craft Activities For Children
By Umm Kashifa

The Very Best Of Productive Muslim
By ProductiveMuslim.com

Thirty Lessons For Those Who Fast
By Aa id Abdullah al Qarni

NOTE: If you have links to suggest for inclusion or if you find a broken link, contact me at the contact page.

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About Jackie Saulmon Ramirez

Jackie has volunteered for more than twenty years for children and family issues. Currently she writes for parents in the "Reminder" and "Parent Rap" Facebook page. If you are interested in receiving the "Reminder," send her a message.
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2 Responses to Ramadan

    • Jackie Saulmon Ramirez says:

      Thank you kindly for the reblog! One down, dozens to go. I was a little nervous about this because other than having a few Muslim friends, I know virtually nothing about Ramadan. Thank you again! ❤


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