First, the basics: Ramazan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which was first penned in about 600 A.D. The Islamic calendar is lunar, not solar. Ramadan begins on a different date each year i.e. whenever the first sliver of the crescent moon, in the ninth month, appears.
For kids, the most unusual thing about Ramazan is the fasting. From the first light of dawn, until the sun goes down, Muslims don’t eat or drink anything. For kids, the concept of no food can be hard to swallow! But not eating anything gives Muslims time to focus on other things.
However the eating Iftaar with families after listening Azaan also excite the kids. They also wait for the meal in Iftar and love to eat that like the people fasting. By the practicing of eating Sehri and Iftar with families’ kids get awareness about benefits of family togetherness.
Besides this, during Ramazan, people spend more time with family. They pledge not to tell any lies, not to gossip, and not to be greedy. Those too sick or too old to fast are asked to feed one needy person each day of the month. And everyone who observes fast is asked to do as many good deeds as they possibly can do it.
Be kind to others. Give more and more charity to poors, be careful about your Prayers and try your best in doing more Ibadaat. Nevertheless every day is a good day to teach your kids the importance of helping others. This is a key principle of Ramazan.