Surah Qadr and the Dua of Iftar

At the end of every fast, we remember Allah (SWT) and remind ourself that our fast is for Allah (SWT) and our food for Iftar is from Allah (SWT). The Dua that we recite at the time of breaking our fast reminds us of that.

Here you can download the Dua of Iftar and its translation. Cut it apart for a matching activity, to learn the Dua of Iftar and its translation.

At the time of iftar, we also recite Surah Qadr – here you can download Surah Qadr and its translation for a matching activity for that as well.

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Both of these activities are great ways to aid our children in learning the Dua and Surah themselves as well as the translations so that they can understand the significance of these recitations.

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