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Busy Hands: Ramadan Learning Game (printable)

Ramadan is a favourite time of the year in our home, and Little Dude especially likes to get a little more involved every year. We like putting up a few decorations as they make him happy. But this time, I also want him to learn a few basics of our religion. It's perfect timing since he has also started Islamic studies at school (available for Muslim students in the UAE).

So, I came up with the idea of this Ramadan learning 'game'. The objective is to allow kids to understand and learn a few concepts about Islam. It is presented in the form of a board game and winning depends on who answers the questions correctly. As the kids play this game often, they will master the concepts.

Download the Ramadan Learning Game for Kids below! 


A free printable Ramadan theme board game for kids, so children can learn basics of Islam.


The game is suited best for 4 to 7 year olds because it has very simple questions, but older kids might like to try it too.

Hope you and your children like it, and you can use it as a way to initiate discussion or revise the basic tenets of Islam.

Note: Please excuse the image above where the colours of the game are slightly different. My printer was having a bad day!

Download 'Ramadan Learning Game'



Once you have clicked on the link, it will open in Google Drive. There is no log-in required. You can either download the printable by clicking on the arrow (for printing later), or print directly by clicking on the print icon. The file is in PDF format, you will have to use Adobe Reader if you are downloading it to open and print later. When you print, make sure your printer's setting is in the A4 Paper Size, Landscape format.

If your download doesn't start when you click on the arrow, check if a pop-up has been blocked, and allow it on your browser for Google Drive.

If you like this activity, you may also like our Ramadan Kindness Calendar printable and our Ramadan Lantern Craft

And if you're travelling to the UAE during Ramadan, do check out this Ramadan Guide for Families by Our Globetrotters


This post is part of the UAE Mom Bloggers Blog Hop for Ramadan.



Do check out other posts from our talented bloggers:

Building a Ramadan Legacy - Pocket Treasures 


DIY Soda Can Lanterns - Raising My Knight


My Ramadan Story - The Archi Effect

My Ramadan Favorites - Thoughts Over Chai



Tips for a Green Ramadan - Sustainability Tribe




Busy Hands is a series about activities and craft 
you can do with toddlers and young children.

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3 comments

Unknown said...

Oh wow I cant wait to play this game now thank you what a great indoor activity

Thoughts Over Chai said...

We love board games and Im so sure both Little A and I are going to have a lot of fun playing this together. Also, Im so glad of Islamic Studies as there are so many things he is learning at the school that I haven't even begun teaching him.

Khushboo said...

Kids learn best when they think they are having fun playing a game, and this is exactly just that! Thanks for sharing. Might play it myself :)

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