Ramadan Memory Game

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Ramadan is appraoching us real quick, are you all getting prepared????

I have been working on projects ideas for the kids to keep them busy, insha Allah. We all know that at times the younger children can be more than a handful for a fasting person!! I put together a Ramadan Memory game to keep my lil ones hands busy!

We made two sets, one in color and one in black and white that can be colored.

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This is the face down of the colored memory cards.

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Close up of the colored cards


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 More of the colored cards.

I tried to capture some of the important aspects of Ramadan so while we play, I can explain to kids what that card means to us during Ramadan.

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One more up close of three of the colored cards.


We took and glued the cards on non corrugated cardboard. I found mine from a back of a finger painting pad. I also plan on laminating mine, insha Allah.

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 Here are the black and white ones. I had my 5 yr old color them in. She enjoyed quiet time coloring them. She used crayon, although I think marker may have been better. *smile*

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Here are three of the cards colored

We just printed these cards on cardstock instead of gluing them to cardboard to show you the difference .


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Three more cards that were colored.

ramadan memory black and white2The cards front and back

Ramadan mem cards12One close up

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The difference in both

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The difference again

The cards were simple to make and really give my kids something to pre-occupy their time with. I take this game and turn into a lesson by talking to them about each card then ask them what the card says after I have already explained it to them.

Here are the files I used to make these.

Ramadan Memory Game Color

Ramadan Memory Game black and white


Please enjoy them!



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3 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. […] we made Ramadan Memory Cards, courtesy Umm Abdul-Basir’s blog.   It was really easy mashaa Allaah and the kids (and I) had lots of fun coloring all the little […]

  2. Assalamu ‘alaykum, Thankyou for sharing this great resource with us, I’m printing them out now, and look forward to using them with the kids insha Allaah, Jazakillaahu khair sis!

  3. […] found the printables for these memory cards here on Umm Abdul Basir’s blog along with many other fantastic Ramadhan craft ideas, may Allah […]

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