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Teaching Children About Eid Al Adha

Eid al-Adha, also known as the Greater Eid or the Festival of Sacrifice, is an important Muslim festival lasting 3 days commemorating Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his only son Ishmael. It marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage, and is celebrated with visits to family and friends, a fine meal (usually lunch or a late breakfast), fine new clothes, and giving gifts or money to children.

The sacrificed animal is the most important event and takes most of the attention on the first day, Eid without it is like Christmas without a Turkey. But how do we explain such an event to children?

Here are 10 ways to help teach your children about Eid Al Adha by The Muslimah Mommy:

10 Different Ways To Teach Children About Eid Al-Adha

We hope you find the link useful, and we hope you all had a very blessed and fun Eid Al Adha 😉

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