Ramadan Mubarak from Hummingbird!
With the easy of movement restrictions in the UAE, children are still advised to stay at home. If you are looking for ways to keep your little ones busy during the holy month, our teachers know a few tips that will entertain and educate their young minds.
Decorate the House
Decorate the house this Ramadan with colourful lanterns using recycled papers or make crescent shaped wall decorations from old carton boxes.
You can make the Ramadan lantern in 4 easy steps.
- Paint over old papers
- Fold the paper vertically in half
- Make 5cm diagonal cuts leaving some space at the end
- Unfold the paper, then fold it in a circular wrap horizontally
Prepare Community Fridge Packages
Your child can help you package sanitised food items that you are planning to donate or deliver to your community fridge. Make sure to explain why you are doing this and how these packages will help other people in need. A little bit of encouragement and an expression of appreciation will make them feel very proud about what they are doing.
Arrange Toys for Donations
Hummingbird is partnering with the ‘Make a Wish’ foundation to donate toys and clothes for children with illness. Your little one can go through their toys and pick one to donate. Not only will they be helping to draw a smile on another child’s face but also, they can get weekly access to Hummingbird YouTube channel, with educational videos.
Register in Hummingbird’s Ramadan Camp
Hummingbird is offering e-camp this Ramadan alongside our e-learning. Our camp will include fun live sessions with an Arabic teacher, singing, story time, and weekly Iftar Live session, for socializing. Register now and receive a craft box with educational resources, delivered to your home.
The camp presents an amazing opportunity for the little ones to learn more about Arabic culture.