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Updated on 13/5/2019:
You can find a different version at this link – https://victorianmuslimah.wordpress.com/2019/05/02/ramadan-reward-chart-for-kids-youth/
6 July 2013:
A few more sleeps before Ramadan arrives, Insha’Allah! Are we ready to encourage our kids? Have we prepared some activities for them to take Ramadan seriously or to enjoy the sweetness of Ramadan? If no, it’s still not too late. See the link below for more activities that you can prepare for your breed this Ramadan 2013, Insha’Allah!
Also, let’s motivate our young ones to fast, do good deeds, read Quran, do Taraweeh, dhikr and other righteous deeds this Ramadan via this Ramadan Chart below. It is free for you to print, Insha’Allah! You may even like to laminate and stick it onto your child’s bedroom door or wall to push him along.
To print, do any of the following:
(1) Click this: Ramadan Chart 2013
(2) right click the image above. Click “Save Target As” and put it in the folder that you wish to save the image in. Then, open a new Microsoft Word document. Click the “Insert” tab, then “Picture” icon and find that image. Adjust the size of the inserted image if necessary. Then click “Print”!
(3) right click the image above. Click “Copy”. Then, open a new Microsoft Word document. Right click the empty page and click “Paste”. Adjust the size of the inserted image if necessary. Then click “Print”!
(4) left click the image above to enlarge it. Click the ‘wheel-looking’ icon (a.k.a. Tools icon) on the top right-hand corner of your screen, next to the big Star icon which is next to the big house icon. Click “Print”!
For more activities to do with the kids this Ramadan, click here, Insha’Allah: https://victorianmuslimah.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/ramadan-worksheets-activities-for-kids/
May Allah help us always in our challenge to mould our children to be the best Muslims they can be!