Our book provides a glimpse into the beautiful celebration of Eid. Given the magnitutde of Eid, it is celebrated in a number of ways, we will share just some with you today.
Eid Mubarak (eed moo-baa-ruk)
Eid al-Fitr (eed uhl-fit-ur)
Positive Personal and Cultural Identity
Social Awareness and Responsibility
Students use their social awareness to understand how their relationships and cultural contexts shape who they are.
Students identify their personal values and strengths and abilities to determine ways they can contribute to their communities and care for the environment.
Eid al-Fitr (EED uhl-FIT-ur) "the festival of breaking the fast"
It is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, a month-long period when Muslims fast, or go without food and drinks, during daylight. It is a time for deep reflection and to become more compassionate to those in need.
It's an important time for Muslims because they believe that during Ramadan the Qu'ran (the Islamic holy book) was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.