Ramadan Date Fruit Dish

I wanted to get my daughter more involved in Ramadan this year, and thought it could be her job to fill a dish with dates everyday at iftar time. To decorate our dish we used some recycled materials (an old chipped glass bowl) and permanent markers to decorate the outside.

5 responses to “Ramadan Date Fruit Dish

  1. Assalaamu Alaikum sis Eva
    Nice to see the Ramadhaan posts coming up. You all had, had a lovely time at summer camp. Have a wonderful Ramadhaan.

  2. Asalaamu Alaikum

    lol I thought this was going to be food.

    To get the kids ready I got them dua diaries.

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  4. Subhan Allah this is a great idea, I will try this out with my daughter too. :)

  5. Assalamu Alaikum,

    Umm Maimoonah: JazakAllahu khairun Umm Maimoonah :)

    C: Dua diaries is a good idea! I'd probably have to wait a little longer when A is writing independently though to do that.

    Umm Aaminah: Alhumdulillah, I hope she enjoys the activity!

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