How to celebrate Ramzan with Kids?
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Islamic law states that children who have not yet reached puberty aren't required to observe fasting. Some families have their children participate in the fast anyway or they find other ways to teach their kids about devotion, generosity, goodwill, and self-control.
After 30 days of sacrifice, Muslims hold a three day celebration of fast-breaking called Eid al-Fitr. Oftentimes, Muslim kids receive gifts and indulge in treats during that festival. Further during Ramzan Muslim faithful greet one other by saying, "Ramadan Mubarak." This greeting, which means "blessed Ramadan," is just one traditional way that people welcome friends and passersby alike during this holy time. Teach your children this and other Ramadan greetings they can use.
Encourage your children to save money for the needy during the month of Ramadan and make this food bank mobile as a reminder. At the end of Ramadan, use the money to buy food for the needy.