TeachersFirst's Ramadan Resources

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This collection of resources offers a plethora of information about Ramadan. Learn about what Ramadan is, when it is celebrated, why it is celebrated, and how it is celebrated. There are resources available for all ages. Some interesting topics include food, Children's festivals, and how the White House celebrates Ramadan. 

 

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Garangao - Ramadan Children's Festival - Qatar Tourist Info.

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This site offers a glimpse into Garangao - a Ramadan tradition for kids! Children dress up in their best clothes and circle the neighborhood singing a special song. There is ...more
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This site offers a glimpse into Garangao - a Ramadan tradition for kids! Children dress up in their best clothes and circle the neighborhood singing a special song. There is a lot of information and links to learn more about chosen vocabulary words. There is also a short video included that provides more information (although the music is in Arabic). Be aware: this site does include some minor advertisements.

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Share the video on your interactive whiteboard or projector. If your class is learning about Ramadan, be sure to save this site in your favorites. Have cooperative learning groups investigate certain sections of this site and report back to the class with a multimedia presentation such as an online book using a tool such as Bookemon, reviewed here.
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Ramadan - All Recipes - All Recipes

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This website offers many Ramadan recipes. There are ethnic names and reference information about the holiday included at this unique website. ...more
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This website offers many Ramadan recipes. There are ethnic names and reference information about the holiday included at this unique website.

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Use this site to create a Ramadan feast or provide your students with some of the recipes to try at home.

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Happy Ramadan - kiddyhouse.com

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This site includes basic information about Ramadan. The site features some catchy background music, and lots of reference information about Ramadan and fasting. There are also links...more
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This site includes basic information about Ramadan. The site features some catchy background music, and lots of reference information about Ramadan and fasting. There are also links for teachers, students, coloring pages, Ramadan songs, crafts, e-cards, and other features. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

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Get an interactive whiteboard or projector, turn up the volume, and introduce your students to Ramadan. This is a very practical and fun site created especially for children. Use this site to teach your students about the history of the holiday, the traditions, the music, and more!
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Ramadan at Holidays.net - Holidays on the Net

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This is a basic introduction to Ramadan for non-Muslims. It explains the fasting and obedience requirements of the holiday. ...more
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This is a basic introduction to Ramadan for non-Muslims. It explains the fasting and obedience requirements of the holiday.

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Use this site on a projector or interactive whiteboard to discuss and informally assess prior knowledge as you start your study of the Middle East. Understanding the culture will help students to understand Muslim society and norms. Use this site to inform students about the Muslim holiday, and begin a discussion of this holiday and how it compares to some popular in American culture. Useful site for any social studies or civics class.

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Ramadan Explained - Colorado State University

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The Muslim Student organization at Colorado State University offers this description of Ramadan and its significance as part of the Islamic faith. ...more
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The Muslim Student organization at Colorado State University offers this description of Ramadan and its significance as part of the Islamic faith.

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Holiday Traditions: Ramadan Fast and EID-UL-FITR - Museum of Science and Technology

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This guide to Ramadan provides a quick and easy one page description to those unfamiliar with the celebration. Younger students may need a bit of help with the text, so ...more
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This guide to Ramadan provides a quick and easy one page description to those unfamiliar with the celebration. Younger students may need a bit of help with the text, so consider developing a simple Web hunt to focus their exploration.

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Share this link on your class website during Ramadan.

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