Fun Inclusive Activities for Kids During Ramadan
Activities and games can be a helpful way to help kids keep their bodies still and minds focused during iftar or tarawih prayers in the holy month of Ramadan.
Here are some great ideas to help make your Ramadan more inclusive and fun for all:
1. Stressed Out?... Restless Fingers?
Our amazing fidgets are perfect for kids who like to fidget. These playful little toys are perfect for squeezing, squishing, bouncing, tossing, twisting and turning. While they promote a sense of calm, reduce stress and can increase focus they're also a lot of fun, relatively small (travels well) and quiet!
2. Need a quiet activity while waiting for Iftar that don't break the bank?
Our Wikki Stix are pretty perfect for kids who like numbers, words and shapes. Bend and twist these assorted Wax Craft Sticks to create fun designs! There's no right or wrong way to use these so there's always a successful outcome which is always a great thing! Ideal for little hands, these wax-coated craft sticks are a fun activity kids can use to express their creativity and only cost 5 QR/pack!
3. Tame the wiggles at school or the masjid
Whether they're seeking, hiding, exercising their muscles and joints, or pretending they're a "bat boy", this Space Explorer is a fun gift for any kid--on the spectrum, or not! Made of lycra, this is light, stretches an incredible amount and travels easily making it a great portable sensory break tool for small spaces and long airplane journeys.
4. Celebrate Garangao with our (Clean) Messy Play!
Slimes and putties are great for sensory-seekers and tactile learners. They love to explore the different textures of these tubs of ooey, gooey goodness! For kids who like to dabble in this sphere of fun, but don't like their slime too gooey, our discovery putties are perfect as they come in several different levels of resistance PLUS they're great for fine motor skill development. Stretch, mold and pull the putty until you find all the hidden objects--and then hide the pieces all over again! Versatile therapy tool, fidget, and travel toy for imaginative play. Supports speech, color recognition, math and language activities.
5. Friendly Bendable Fidgets
Bendable fidgets area great way to keep little fingers occupied and to keep hands and minds focused. They provide a nice touch of weight and tactile input when you bend, pose, and wrap 'em around your fingers or writing tools.
6. Traveling for Eid?
These tools supports kids who struggle with plane trips, or car trips, or become anxious when traveling. This selection of resources support self regulation and includes Brick Stick Chew Necklace - an oral fidget to build oral strength, mobility and control. Our Noise Reduction Headphones help minimize noise and maximize concentration. The Weighted Lap Pad can calm kids who need more sensory feedback or help train hypersensitive kids to tolerate more sensations.
- Chenne Daig