Books and other materials the whole family will enjoy.
People often idealize writers and look up to them for guidance on various issues. People from all walks of life are listening to you, which means an even greater responsibility to choose your words with care. Let’s try to do better in Ramadan and beyond.
Writing can be a great way to have children reflect on Ramadan. Check out this simple youth journal that you can print out for use in the classroom, in the mosque, and at home.
Ramadan is now over. What will you do differently next year?
Do you have special plans for the Eid? Inquiring minds want to know!
What lessons did you learn during Ramadan? How will you benefit from Ramadan throughout the year?
What are your feelings as Ramadan draws to an end?
Have you shared Ramadan with people who are not Muslims? Tell us about it here.
Does fasting Ramadan make it easier to give up bad habits? Why or why not?
Have you been to the mosque during Ramadan? Describe your experiences.
If someone told you fasting was too hard, how would you respond?
How can we help the poor and hungry in Ramadan and throughout the year?
How does fasting make one more grateful? What are you grateful for?
What is special about the last ten nights of Ramadan? Will you do anything differently during this time?