Today is the 3rd Ramadhan 1435 and as part of our Ramadhan Activities we have been learning about Suhoor and Imsaak.
My three youngest girls started out this morning with a draw and trace page from TJ Ramadan on Suhoor drawing all the things they could think of that they would like to eat for Suhoor.
My two year old, Zeynab wanted to join in so I gave her the worksheet too. I talked to her about all the things we can eat for breakfast (suhoor) and I drew some milk and dates to start her off and she was soon reeling off a list of breakfast items and drawing them on her page, mashaa’Allah.
My seven year old then completed a page from the ‘Welcome Ramadan’ Workbook by A Muslim Homeschool as well as reviewing what breaks the fast with an activity from the Ramadhan Activity Packs from Umm Maimoonah.
My daughter Samira completed a page on Suhoor from the Ramadan Notebooking Pages by A Muslim Homeschool.
My son also wrote up a page from his Ramadhan Notebooking pages all about the blessing of Suhoor with an explanation by Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani.
Then in the afternoon we brainstormed on the whiteboard all the things we had learned about Suhoor and the kids completed the Suhoor page from TJ Ramadan’s Interactive Notebook.
To finish off we read about the ruling regarding the innovation of Imsaak and my son completed this notebooking page.