This week marks a special occasion for Muslims all around the world. It is the celebration of Eid. Eid al-Fitr is a Muslim festival which comes at the end of the month of Ramadan. Eid means festival or celebration.  Families get together sharing meals with family and friends and give out gifts. Homes are decorated with colourful decorations and lanterns.

Children drew their own version of a mosque on black paper using different colour chalk.

Key areas:

Understanding the World.
Children learnt about Ramadan and the Celebration of Eid.

Expressive arts and Design.
Children explored colours and began to describe the texture of things.

Physical Development.
Children showed good control and co-ordination when carrying out their task.

Take a look at the children’s lovely work above.