Planning Fun Activities with your Kids at Home this Eid ul Adha

Planning Fun Activities with your Kids at Home this Eid ul Adha

With Eid ul Adha around the corner, and the rush and flock of people have moved to the mandis to purchase their sacrificial animal to fulfill the ritual of Hazrat Ibrahim. The Covid positivity rate is on the rise once again.

Pandemic-struck Pakistan is now waiting on further steps by the government after hearing about the 4th wave. With the positivity rate now nearing 50,000, waiting on the government to play its role is a fool’s play.

Instead of waiting for miracles to happen people need to take precautionary measures these Festive days, you can start by avoiding going out this Eid. No need to worry about not being able to enjoy the festive activities but rather it takes just some creativity to create your own indoor activities with your kids!


Host a relay race in your garden

Who needs summer Olympics when you can create your own fun activities at home.

You can gather supplies from around the house like hula hoops to target the cones you can easily make from charts and gather balls to target throw them in your clothes hamper baskets.


More games!

From making the kid's blind taste test kheer and sawaiyan to making a kite at home with kids and flying it around the house garden. You can have a blast staying indoors this Eid!



You don’t need a huge bonfire to roast marshmallows but you can do that in your garden this Eid. While the adults will be busy making BBQ, you can let the kids roast their sweet treats and make smores, under an adult’s supervision though. Place a marshmallow and a chocolate cube in between two biscuits and enjoy!


I scream you scream we all scream ICE CREAM!

You can arrange for a fun kitchen activity with your kids and make homemade ice cream with the kids

  1. Use an electric mixer on high speed and mix 2 c. of heavy cream, 1 can of condensed milk, and 1 ½ tsp of vanilla in a large bowl. Mix until stiff peaks form, it will take you 3 to 5 minutes.
  2. Transfer the mixture into a freezer-safe container and cover until it freezes. Let it freeze for over 8 hours or overnight.