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Top 10 Ramadan (Eid) Coloring Pages For Toddlers

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Do you want to acquaint your child with the different festivals celebrated across the world? Or do you want to introduce your child to the practice and history of Ramadan through coloring pages? If you’ve nodded along, then you should consider reading the post below.

Ramadan is one of the most significant months in the Islamic calendar. More than 1 billion people worldwide observe Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. From providing food and clothes to the less fortunate, to being kind to everyone, this month has high principles to offer, irrespective of the religion. Ramadan is followed by Eid-UL-Fitr, the festival of feasting and rejoicing. The word ‘Fitr’ comes from the world ‘fatr’, which means breaking. Here are ten Ramadan coloring pages describing Ramadan and Eid ul Fitr in the best possible way.

Beautiful Ramadan Coloring Pages:

1. Kid Offering Ramadan Namaz:

This coloring page shows a kid offering his Ramadan namaz. Ramadan, the 9th month of Hijri calendar, is marked by fasting, prayer, charity and abstinence. It is the month of caring, giving and healing. The entire Muslim community throughout the globe prays in contemplation of the Almighty.

2. Devotees Breaking The Fast:

This Ramadan coloring page shows devotees breaking their fast. During Ramadan, Muslims keep a month-long fast, called ‘roza’ that starts from the break of dawn and ends at dusk. Most of the Muslims prefer breaking their fast with dates. Teach your child the importance of sharing and helping with this coloring page.

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3. Moon Sighting:

This Eid coloring pictures shows a father helping his children spot the moon. Just look at the smile on the faces of the devotees. It’s blissful. Eid-UL-Fitr begins with the sighting of the moon, which indicates the end of the month of fasting and beginning of the month of Shawwal. Encourage your child to color this diagram in the most realistic way possible.

4. Eid Namaz:

This beautiful Eid coloring sheet shows devotees offering the Eid-UL-Fitr prayer. Besides the mosque, the Eid namaz takes place in large venues like sports arenas and parks. The prayer consists of a sermon followed by a short prayer. After the Eid prayer and sermon, devotees visit their friends and family with gifts and sweets. These activities continue for three continuous days.

5. Kid’s Getting Eidi From Their Elders:

This cute coloring page shows children taking eidi from their elder. Eidi is money given as gifts to children. For children, Eid is mainly about getting money and presents from their elders. Even parents do not mind the demand for money from children on these days.

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6. Children Enjoying Delicacies:

This coloring page shows two children enjoying the delicacies prepared for the special day. Special dishes are prepared for this day and are distributed among relatives and neighbors. Even non-Muslims make it a point to visit their Muslim friends’ house and indulge in some mouth-watering delicacies.

7. Kid’s Embracing Each Other:

This ramadan coloring sheet shows children embracing each other. Embracing each other on Eid is one of the long-standing traditions. It is a way of congratulating each other. The embrace signifies the Muslim Brotherhood. The festival also brings people of different castes and religion together in harmony and gratitude.

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8. Kid With His Father:

Look how happy this child is on getting balloons from his father. Children celebrate Eid with great enthusiasm. They dress in their best clothes and attend all the carnivals and Eid special events. They spend all their eidi on street foods and carnival games.

9. Children Celebrating Near Eidgah:

This coloring sheet shows a group of children enjoying near Eidgah. An Eidgah is an open-air gathering place where people assemble and perform their Eid prayers. The revelry of Eid is not just limited to the Islamic community. People from other faiths also share the revelry and celebrate the festival with great regalia.

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10. Eid Mubarak:

Do you have last minute Eid greeting card crisis? Then help your child get creative with this “Eid Mubarak” coloring page. They can also write Eid greetings on the card. Make sure your kid uses markers and glitter to make this coloring page look attractive. Children can even make their envelopes.

These Ramadan and Eid coloring sheets will surely bring a smile to your child’s face. Children will also have a few queries related to Eid and Ramadan. So please try to feed all their curiosities.

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