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.

As Muslims around the world observe Ramadan this month (April 13-May 12), we know your celebrations are going to be a bit different this year. Families can still focus on the celebration of Ramadan and Eid with some of these virtual or socially distanced activities, events and other ways to celebrate Ramadan at home.

Virtual Ramadan Experiences

Arab American National Museum in Detroit

Enjoy a screening of Breaking Fast + Talkback, story times a virtual open mic and more. Check their website for full details on 2021 happenings.

Downtown Islamic Center in Chicago

The Downtown Islamic Center aims to complete the Quran 30 days with online interpretations of The Holy Quran.

Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor

Find prayer sessions on Facebook along with an in-person Taraweeh, a Ramadhan Iftar drive thru and more.

Ramadan Crafts & Activities for Kids

This post was originally published in 2020 and is updated regularly.

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