Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Daily Calendar

Ramadan Bitmoji Classroom

Al-Rahmah Ramadan fun!

Guess Who? #7

    • She was an Islamic medical and social worker recognized as the first female Muslim nurse and the first female surgeon in Islam.
    • She was among the first people in Madinah to accept Islam.
    • She was among the Ansar women who welcomed Rasulullah ﷺ on arrival in Madina.
    • Her father was a physician and mentor under whom she  obtained clinical experience.
    • She had trained a group of women companions as nurses.
    • She and the group of volunteer nurses went to Rasulullah ﷺ. They asked him for permission “O Rasul of Allah, we want to go out with you to the battle and treat the injured and help Muslims as much as we can”. Rasulullah ﷺ gave them permission to go. The nurse volunteers did such a good job that Rasulullah ﷺ assigned a share of the booty to her. Her share was equivalent to that of soldiers who had actually fought. This was in recognition of her medical and nursing work.
  • She  developed the first ever documented mobile units’ health care.
  • Each year the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland at the University of Bahrain awards one student the coveted and prestigious Prize in Nursing by her name.

Ramadan Pictures

Submit pictures of your Ramadan celebrations, activities, food, iftars, suhoors, etc!

Ramadan Challenges

Choose one or do all!

All entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges. The winning entries will be showcased in the morning assembly and school newsletter.

Winners will receive a gift card prize and can choose to donate to one of the charities.

Those who choose to donate will receive an extra gift back from Al-Rahmah School for their generosity during the blessed month of Ramadan! 

Writer’s Workshop

Poem:

Write a “Ramadan is…” Poem using creative words and thoughts.

 

  • The poem should have at least 7-10 lines in one format.
  • Be creative with your work!
  • Make sure it’s neatly typed or written!

Essay:

K-2 
  • Topic:  “What Ramadan means to me.”
  • Write 5 sentences using one descriptive word in each sentence!
Elementary School: (3-5)
  • How do Muslims celebrate Ramadan around the world?
  • Write about Ramadan traditions of Muslims from 3 different countries.
  • Include one Hadith about Ramadan in your essay.

Entry Requirements: The essay must include an introduction, body, and conclusion.

 
Middle School (6-8): 
  • Write about  3 important values we learn in Ramadan.
  • Explain each value with evidence from one Hadith and include how a person can apply that in their daily routine.
  • Make sure you cite your work.

Entry Requirements: The essay must include an introduction, body, and conclusion and between 600-800 words.

Share your vocal talent!

Speeches:

K-3: 
  • Make a video of yourself explaining one of the following:
  • Why and how is Ramadan a month of blessings? Give 2 examples!

Your speech should be short and to the point. It can not exceed 4 minutes and should not be less than 2 minutes.

 

4-8:
  • Why is it important for Muslims to fast in Ramadan and what lessons do we learn from fasting?
  • Mention two lessons learned and Include one Hadith in your speech.

Your speech should be short and to the point. It can not exceed 4 minutes and should not be less than 2 minutes.

 

Quran: 

Submit a video of a Quran recording:

  • 3 to 5 ayat.
  • You can recite from memory or by looking in the Quran.
  • Make sure you adhere to the rules of tajweed

Nasheed: 

Send a recording of yourself singing ONLY one of the following Nasheeds.

You may sing with your siblings! Not friends or classmates!

We want you to be safe!

 

Don’t use instruments! We want to hear your beautiful voice!

Chefs Galore

  • Share your favorite Ramadan recipe with us.
  • Make sure to tell us the ingredients and steps.
  • Include pictures for each step and the finished product.

Roaring Artists

Painting:

Send a painting/ drawing that symbolizes Ramadan and write a short excerpt (at least 2 sentences) explaining how it is connected to this Holy Month.

Calligraphy:
  • K-2: Write the name of Allah SWT in Arabic!
  • 3-8: Write one of the following:

الحمد لله ربّ العالمين

فَبِأَىِّ ءَالَآءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ

الطَّهُورُ شَطْرُ الْإِيمَانِ

خَيْرُكُمْ مَن تَعَلَّمَ القُرْآنَ وعَلَّمَهُ

Upcoming Ramadan Events