This weekend many families in our community who have been observing Ramadan will be celebrating Eid as the month of fasting will have come to an end. This year people have had to make many changes to the way they celebrate this important festival and people are missing their families and friends who they would usually celebrate with. Here are some activities to help everyone to celebrate and we wish a happy Eid to all of the children and families in Year 2.
Eid Al-Fitr is an important Islamic holiday and marks the end of Ramadan. We meet some kids who tell us about their religion and how they'll be celebrating Eid
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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