Embrace the Holy Month of Ramadhan: Teaching and Fasting with Your Toddler & Preschooler (Sponsored by GroomyRoom)

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Specially today, I would like to share about “Embrace the Holy Month of Ramadhan: Teaching and Fasting with Your Toddler & Preschooler“. What a lovely moment to share with your precious baby, toddler, preschooler  and the rest of the family.

Sincerely for me, Ramadhan is more than fasting month. What is crucially important, is to appreciate the reasons behind the fasting, what those reasons denote and what this means to fasting Muslims. It includes: positive behavior, fasting, prayers, charity, Quran time with family, family bonding, appreciation to others and lots more. It’s the best time to cultivate your wonderful kids regarding Islamic education. Insya-Allah~

Alhamdulillah, for this year, KiruaMi-cHan’s still didnt miss his fasting day, ReiHi-cHan’s missed 1 day and YunaFi-cHan’s managed to fast for 4 full days. Honestly, my kids start their journey of fasting since their age of 30 months. E.g: (2 and 1/2 years: target = 5 days, 3 and 1/2 years: target = 15 days, 4 and 1/2 years 25 days/full month).

My tips is simple: encourage them to fast for a few hours a day during Ramadan in their early childhood day.

Indeed they can possibly do it! You’ll be amazed with your kids 😉


Me with my favorite hijab ^-^

Below is special video from my kids and I, dedicated to our Ramadhan Journal 2009 via our new YouTube channel: LittleKittleTV

Note: Please click here if you can’t view the above video.

  • Introduce Story-Telling about Fasting Month
    There is nothing I love more than reading with my kids. During Ramadan I read books to help them in their understanding of the holiday and of the Islamic religion. Do start early. Sharing great prophets & friends stories and related with your kids daily life. Please make it exciting and fun. They’ll be truly enjoyed 🙂

  • Let your Kids Notice the Purpose
    Before your kids start their vey first fasting day. Let them understand the purpose & reason. Do remind and motivate them upon the secret behind Ramadhan.

  • Bring your kids to Mosque
    We love to accompany our dear kids to mosque as weekly routine. A concept becomes real and meaningful to children when they observe it rather than directly read or watch from TV/Internet.

Did you know?:
The Prophet Muhammad s.a.w used to bring his grandchildren Hassan and Hussein to the mosque as toddlers before they knew how to pray.

  • Appreciate their Feedback & Passion and Have Fun!
    Talk about their emotions & feelings. Let them know relationship of body and mind. Praise their hard work with your hugs and kisses ^0^ Please do show your child that you love them, regardless of how they perform. As every child is unique & let their progress at their own pace.

  • Distract them with LOTs of FUN activities
    Make Ramadhan arts & craft activities. Moon & star gazing. Collecting pebbles & sticks for Eid cards decoration. They’ll surely forget about their thirst & hunger. Let them take several time-out.

  • Cooked their Favorite Food
    Enjoy your day cooking with your lil ones their favorite food as reward for their great behavior. They will feel a sense of accomplishment when they see they see what a delicious feast they have helped to prepare to break the day’s fast.

I hope you’ll make this Ramadan as introductory of a note-worthy and long-lasting training experience for you and your lil angel. Amin~


Below are some of our foods gallery for Ramadhan 2009:

Cheesy Lasagna!

Tadaa. . . DONE!

Our LittleKittle’s Homemade Taco 🙂

Another Taco ^0^


More Taco~

Before add-on cheesy on Taco~

The inside: of Taco~

Taco Wrapper~

Taco Sauces 😉


Spicy Taco Salsa Sauces for the King T-T *he loves HOT n SPICY!*

LittleKittle’s Mexico Nachos 🙂


My kids favorite: Wedges, cheesy sausage with
Scramble eggs (eggs + cheese + potato cubes + shredded carrots),

For the King ^-^

Homemade Dim Sum!


Homemade Spring Rolls 😉


Homemade Onion  Pratha!


For the King >_<


For kids ^-^



Bolognese Sauces~

Meatballs with Herbs 🙂


Chicken Cocktails~


More Chicken Cocktails~


Cheesy Baked Beans~

Hokkien dishes~

Black Pepper Chicken~



Sweet & Sour Chicken!


Yummy Prawns!

Triple Fruits Homemade Juice with Arnold Palmer!


Do enjoy your day. All the best!

Gambatte ne 😉

May Allah swt always blessed your family. Amin~

One happy momma ^_-

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About MamaFiza

Born in 1984. Family 1st; living in boulevard of peace, loving my treasured family, fully breastfeeding my precious 4 kids (tandem nursing) *30 months duration for each of 'em*, homeschool advocate, book writer, Work-at-Home-Mom (WAHM), certified Lactation Counselor (LC), official ZIN, yoga + pilates enthusiast, no pacifier & no maid rules! [Praise to God]

09. September 2009 by MamaFiza
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Comments (7)

  1. Sedapnyerrrrr….
    Nak resepi boleh?

  2. Dear cute Miss Afni, please do check your email darling 😉 Thank you~

  3. Salam stunning MamaFiza ,

    voila ! what a good cook u r ! jeles2 ! haha..BTW,where did u learn to cook such dishes ?
    u r a super mum indeed

  4. Dear gorgeous lady Miss Ummi Hanie 😉

    Miss you dearie! *hugs*

    Firstly, congratulation for your newborn ^-^ What a lovely baby! Kisses n hugs for her.

    Please, dont call me that. I strongly believe, you’re the most incredible mom, indeed.

    p/s: Do check your email for cooking tips >_<

  5. Hello dearie mamafiza

    can I have the recipe 😀

    the foods look soooooooo delicious


  6. Hi there dearest cute lady Miss Munirah 😉

    Welcome on board sweetie! *hugs* Please do kindly find my humble recipes on “MY Healthy Kitchen” category, if you need anything do email me, Insya-Allah I’ll try to help >_<

    All the best my great lady. Gambatte ne!

  7. Pingback: Ramadhan 2010 Cooking Diary (Part I) | LittleKittle.com

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