Mosque Crafts & Activities for Kids


As our Islamic Craft series grows I find it useful to organise things into themes to make it easier for people to find. I hope you agree too! So, with Ramadan and Eid al Fitr coming up, I wanted to share with you some of the fabulous DIY Mosque Ideas and Mosque activities shared by my lovely guest crafters!

Mosque Crafts for Kids

As with all our “collection of crafts”, they do grow over time. So I will be adding more Mosque crafts for you to come back and check on.

I would say the majority of these mosque activities are great for elementary school children – so would make a great KS1 or KS2 learning resource. And we have tried to include DIY Mosque templates were possible to make things easier in the classroom!

Easy Mosque Crafts for Kids of All Ages

3d Pop Up Ramadan Cards

First up, let’s make some fun greeting cards. To be fair, this kind of project can be made as a decoration too. But I love the idea of making and giving these to friends and family. This colourful Pop Up Mosque Card comes with a free mosque template and was created by Craftastic Kids. Any sort of card making is of course a great Eid idea too!

craft stick mosque for ramadan

More lovely mosques cards, this time using recycled materials (craft sticks and newspaper pages) or pretty paper and straws. This is a wonderful craft that children will love to “construct”. If working with younger kids, you can help with the cutting! This doesn’t come with a template.. but you could always “borrow” the dome shape from the Mosque Pop Up Cards above!

paper cup mosque craft
Make your own mosque

Here is a mosque craft that you could try with preschoolers. Make an adorable paper cup mosque. A fun way to get young children involved in Ramadan activities and Eid celebrations. Created by Ana is Crafting! A great opportunity to get those fine motor skills going and flexing cognitive skills.

recycled mosque craft

This Mix & Match Cardboard Mosque with free mosque templates can be used as both an art project for KS1 and KS2 or a creative play/ imaginative play project for preschoolers and younger children. Younger kids can simply have fun mixing and matching, you can add a color die to see where it takes you and older kids can make their own mosques from scratch as a DIY Cardboard Mosque art project!

Ramadan Calendar Craft for Kids with Good Deeds

Another great activity for kids of all ages – from toddlers, to preschoolers to school aged children. This lovely Ramadan Calendar, includes some moon-sighting binoculars and of course focuses on Good Deed activities. CraftyyKids Made this calendar for her kids.

If you are looking to make a mosque craft “outside” of Ramadan, I still feel this is a beautifully colorful and decorative mosque to make!

eid card pop up
You can write Ramadan Kareem or Ramadan Mubarak messages too!

Learn how to make a simple (Easter) pop up card and then embellish it for Eid. As per our lovely Celebrations Cards we made fro Sky Kids!

Paper bag crafts are so fun and I love that you can use them as either gift bags or decorations. In this case we have some wonderful Paper Bag Mosques! Visit Hello Holy Days today for the free printable mosque templates!

Al-Masjid Al-Haram Mosque Projects

I feel it is importan to also include some Masjid Al Haram Projects, so here are a couple to get you started!

my first hajj book

First up a wonderful Hajj Art Project – I love how the finger printing mimics the circling of the mosque.

salt dough Hajj activity

Or try some Mosque Rock Painting and combine it with Salt Dough with this fantastic craft.

If you fancy some more islamic projects, why not check out our collection of Ramadan and Eid crafts here:

Ramadan Crafts
mosque activities