Eid Mubarak Coloring Sheet

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Celebrate the end of Ramadan with this Eid Mubarak coloring sheet, perfect for decorating the classroom or creating a Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr-themed bulletin board.

How To Use This Eid al-Fitr Coloring Page

Eid al-Fitr, translated from Arabic to mean “festival of breaking the fast”, marks the end of Ramadan. Complement your Eid activities with this printable coloring page with a fun design and bold Eid greeting, “Eid Mubarak”. The template is great to use for a simple coloring activity, or for creating “Happy Eid Mubarak” bulletin boards and classroom decorations.

Extend This Coloring Activity Further

Have students use the coloring page to create an Eid card for family or greeting card loved ones, or as wrapping for Eid gifts. Older students might like to create their own DIY version of the coloring page with images and symbols that represent Eid al-Fitr for them, or perhaps a Ramadan coloring page, featuring Ramadan Mubarak, or images to represent the holy month of fasting.

Help younger students to learn more about this important Islamic holy month with this Ramadan Activity Book with Ramadan coloring pages, cutting and sticking, and number activities.

These materials are provided courtesy of Jameela Ho of Ilma Education. For more resources like these, including lesson plans, videos, and Ramadan crafts, visit the Ilma Education website.

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