I made this good deed tree two years ago during Ramadan. The kids enjoyed writing their good deeds on the dates and sticking it onto the tree. You can explain to your kids that the rewards for any good deeds performed in the month of Ramadan are multiplied by seventy! It’s inexpensive and easy to make. Use your imagination, the possibilities are endless!
- 1 blue poster board
- 12×12 paper in brown for sand
- 12×12 paper in another shade of brown for tree trunk
- 2 12×12 papers in green for leaves
- 12×12 paper in dark brown for dates
Cut the green pieces of paper in half lengthwise. Then cut out four leaves in the shape of a palm tree leaf.
The tree is a good way for the kids to keep track of their good deeds in Ramadan. They can write the actual deed on the date itself or just stick a plain date on the tree whenever they do a good deed. The children will enjoy watching their tree fill up with dates!
Let us know if you enjoyed this craft by commenting below! Also, please check out our other Ramadan crafts on this blog!