Eid Al-Adha Poem

This year, to teach my children about Eid Al-Adha, I decided to write a poem with them. Here’s what we came up with:
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We also went to our local library, and found this great Eid book that we read together as a family!
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Through this book, The Best Eid Ever by Asma Mobin-Uddin, we learned about the Pakistani culture, the act of giving, and to be grateful for all that we have. Ma shaa Allah, I absolutely loved the overall message of this book, and I highly recommend it for children ages 4 and up!

Next, the little ones and I checked out ‘Kids of the Ummah Party Pack’ by Peter Gould; this party pack is filled with so much Eid goodness that my 7 year old daughter’s eyes lit up when she saw all the pages! You can download your free party pack by clicking on this link: http://www.kidsoftheummah.com
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Lastly, my children and I went down to our basement, and selected some clothes and running shoes that we could donate to a family in need.

In shaa Allah, we plan to spend the rest of our Eid Al-Adha with family; and we pray that you all have a blessed Eid filled with love, peace, and joy.

Much love,
The Muslimah Mommy family

Also check out:
http://themuslimahmommy.com/2014/09/28/10-different-ways-to-teach-children-about-eid-al-adha/

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