Ramadaniyat for Kids
Language: Arabic and English
Suitable for 7-9 years.
This Ramadan children are invited to a fun filled program during the days of the holy month.
4 days/week , 3 hours/day
6 - 9 May
Buy first week ticket
13 - 16 May
12:00pm - 3:00pm
20 - 23 May
12:00pm - 3:00pm
Once a ticket is booked for week 1, week 2, or week 3, participants will be enrolled in all activities and workshops as follows:
Your Creative Lantern
|Children will get to build a structure of a
modern lantern and use an electrical circuit to light it up
||Children will get to choose their favorite
occasion to create a greeting card or label using a graphic design program.
Children will get to print the labels to use them.
What's Behind the Movies
Participants will watch a set of short films, have an interactive session where they do some games and completion to challenge their knowledge in the films as well as expose them to new knowledge
|Participates will have a tour in the Beauty and Identity exhibition, and be exposed to different types of patterns. After identifying the pattern the children will use the provided materials such as silk, leather, crystals, ribbons, and tussles to create their own modern or ancient bookmark.|
Your Creative Lantern 2
Theater of the Greats
|After the participants has built their structure, they will get the opportunity to design it.||Children will dress up in different characters who lived through the Islamic civilization eras. Children will explore the ongoing effect for those characters on our days now. Children will learn about the Islamic civilization through a role play and some completion|
Under the Moon-y Sky
Follow the Moon
|Children will listen and interact with a story about the joy of Ramadan when we see the moon’s of Ramadan and how the family prepare and restore customs and traditions with family during Ramadan month. The story will be followed by a hands on activity. During the activity children will learn the effects of the moon stafes on the occasions occurring during the month||
A new moon’s crescent, as a sign of the starting of each lunar month in the Islamic calendar.
Children will solve puzzles, riddles, and games in different zones of the Children's Museum in a scavenger hunt like activity
450SAR per participant
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- Families are to provide their child’s own snacks from home as the center will not be providing any
- Children who are fasting will have some hands games during the break
- Children are to have their given badges on at all times
- Check in and check out at the entrance of the Children’s Museum
- Adults receiving kids shall have their badges