Thursday 21st May- 3W Home Learning- SMSC: Why do Muslims celebrate at the end of Ramadan?

Hi Year 3,

This month is the month of Ramadan. It is the holiest month of the Muslim calendar. Watch the video below to understand the life of a Muslim.

After fasting for 29/30 days, Muslims have a celebration called Eid-ul-Fitr. There are currently millions of Muslims fasting across the world as we are towards the end of Ramadan. The video below explains more about Ramadan and how Muslims celebrate at the end of the month.

BRONZE

Describe ways in which Ramadan and Eid show commitment to Allah.

SILVER

Create an I-Movie explaining the importance of Ramadan to Muslims and why they celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.

GOLD

Write a letter to a friend explaining why Muslims fast during Ramadan and what they sacrifice. Explain how they end the month of fasting. You may want to write the letter as if you are fasting. How does it make a Muslim feel closer to Allah? Why do Muslims celebrate Eid?

Don’t forget the features of an informal letter.

The year 3 team would like to take this opportunity to wish all the children and families celebrating Eid in a couple of days, Eid Mubarak.

20 thoughts on “Thursday 21st May- 3W Home Learning- SMSC: Why do Muslims celebrate at the end of Ramadan?

  1. Dear friend,
    Ramadan is when us Muslims don’t eat or drink during daylight hours Andy is one of the five pillars of Islam. It teaches us discipline and it shows our devotion to our religion. We also give us bad habits and we pray. To end the month of Ramadan we celebrate with Eid. On Eid we pray and party with our family.
    Yours sincerely Safa.

  2. Muslims show commitment to Allah during Ramadan and eid by not eating or drinking from sunrise to sunset muslims do this for forgiveness and also to Experience what poor people experience, ot is also good for our body’s because by fasting it gives our body’s time to repair it self on the inside.
    Eid is celebrated at the end of the Ramadan because muslims go through the hardship of Ramadan so that why this feast is celebrated at the end.

    • Hi Shahzaib! It is so lovely hear from you, I hope you are safe and well. Can you use the information you know about Ramadan to complete one of the challenges?

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