How to Celebrate Ramadan at Home with Kids

Looking for fun ways to celebrate Ramadan from home this year? Check out this list of virtual events and at-home activities geared toward the Muslim holiday.

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As Muslims around the world observe Ramadan this month (April 23-May 23), we know things are a bit different this year. Families can still focus on the celebration of Ramadan and Eid with some of these virtual activities, events and other ways to celebrate Ramadan at home.

Virtual Ramadan Experiences

Arab American National Museum in Detroit

Enjoy livestreams of a variety of films by both Arab and Arab-American filmmakers. All films are in Arabic and feature English subtitles. Check online to pick a film screening right for you.

Downtown Islamic Center in Chicago

The Downtown Islamic Center aims to complete the Quran 30 days with daily readings on Facebook Live.

Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor

Imam Zaid Shakir, a respected lecturer on Islam in the American context hosts a virtual meeting on Zoom to give his Ramadan Advice.

Ramadan Crafts & Activities for Kids

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