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In the last few years, Ramadan advent calendars for children have become a thing and why not? It’s a fantastic way of getting the kids involved in Ramadan festivities and is a fun countdown until Eid. There are an assortment available too; from the classic chocolate calendars to the more intricate build your own to ones that have a good deed hidden behind each door. Here are some of our favourites this year!

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Ramadan Advent Calendars for Children

Ramadan Advent Calendars for Children
  1. Personalised Ramadan Advent Calendars, Little Muslim Books

Little Muslim Books have a range of personalised and reusable advent calendars that are fantastic and come in a variety of themes to suit your child’s preference. All calendars come with individual pockets for each day of the Islamic month that can be filled with either a treat, good deed card or a dua card – which you can purchase separately! Just be sure to place your order now to receive your items on time! 

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Related: Reusable Ramadan Advent Calendars For Kids

Ramadan Advent Calendars for Children
  1. Ramadan Chocolate Calendar, Anafiya

Looking for a classic Ramadan advent calendar for kids? This one from Anafiya provides kids with a fun countdown to Eid with each numbered door containing a chocolate and one of Allah’s name. A lovely treat to end their day of fasting with. 

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Ramadan Advent Calendars for Chlidren
  1. Good Deeds Paper Calendar, Peace and Blessings

If you rather opt for no chocolate, this aesthetically pleasing advent calendar from Peace and Blessings has a good deed to do behind each door allowing your kids to get excited in the lead up to Eid. Plus, it is eco-friendly and biodegradable – a huge positive in our books! 

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  1. Hessian Bags, Eid Party

If you and your children are up for some DIY, these hessian numbered bags are ideal for you. You can fill them with an assortment of treats from dua cards and good deeds to chocolate or mini toys. 

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  1. Ramadan Countdown Mosque Calendar, My Calendar Love

This lovely Ramadan countdown mosque calendar is not only a fun DIY project for you and the kids to put together but is a great piece of Ramadan decor to add to your household. It comes as a digital download so you will just need to assemble and add some goodies inside.

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  1. Scratch Ramadan Advent Calendar, Hiba Gifts UK

This Ramadan calendar is a great option for older children who have perhaps grown out of the traditional advent calendars but still need some encouragement during the month of Ramadan. Your child will be able to scratch off the panel to receive a good deed to complete for the day so that they can reap some rewards during the holy month. 

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Ramadan Advent Calendar Fillers

If you’ve got a reusable calendar already, here are some great fillers that you can place inside for each day of Ramadan. You can also place a date or small chocolate inside the slots if you feel like you are pressed for time! 

Ramadan Dua Card, Little Muslim Books

These Ramadan dua cards from Little Muslim books come with a good deed and a small dua behind each card. You can either order them printed or print them out yourself for free at home to stick on card. 

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30 Gifts Ramadan Filler Kit, The Little Things

If you’re looking for something fun and exciting for your child, this filler kit has an assortment of 30 different mini toys, sweets and games that you can place behind each door. From superhero pens to bath bombs, it’s a guarantee win with your kids. 

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30 Acts of Goodness, Oliviah Store

These beautiful cards come complete with a good deed and an activity (double whammy!) for every day of Ramadan. Whilst you can place them inside an advent calendar, these will work just fine being hung up with pegs and twine on the walls! 

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Good Deed Cards, Islamic Art Prints

These good deed cards are simple, straightforward and easy to use so are perfect for younger children. Just print them out and place them inside the calendar. 

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Islamic Card Game, Touli Studio

Change it up and opt for Islamic trivia cards for your Ramadan advent calendar this year. Not only is it educational but it’s great fun for your kids to test out their general Islamic knowledge!

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Ramadan Reflection Cards

Whilst this is intended to be a game, these Islamic mindfulness cards are a great way to prompt a deep and meaningful conversation with your child. The cards are divided into fun, personal and deep questions so that your child can dive deeper into the relationship that they have with Allah, themselves and others who surround them. A great calendar filler for older children. 

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