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Want a sweet ending to your Eid al-Fitr feast? Children and adults alike will love breaking open these festive paper crackers -- each one is filled with tiny treats including candy coins, date balls, and nougat.

Want a sweet ending to your Eid al-Fitr feast? Children and adults alike will love breaking open these festive paper crackers -- each one is filled with tiny treats including candy coins, date balls, and nougat.

diy eid card

The crescent signals the start of Eid celebrations, so participate in the festivities by making your own super easy DIY Eid Card with a Crescent theme!

Eid al-Fitr is about the spirit of giving. Save this gift-wapping idea for family and friends, or even a Secret Eidi exchange. The mosque motif on these presents can be regarded as a nod to Eid prayers that happen in the morning.

Eid al-Fitr is about the spirit of giving. Save this gift-wapping idea for family and friends, or even a Secret Eidi exchange. The mosque motif on these presents can be regarded as a nod to Eid prayers that happen in the morning.

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How to Get Your Kids to Look Forward to and Love Ramadan | ProductiveMuslim

Susan Carland shares her advice and lots of unique activities and fun crafts to get your children prepared and excited for Ramadan.