Eid al-Adha is the Festival of Sacrifice. It is celebrated all over the world in remembrance of the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim made to Allah. To celebrate this great day as a time of joy and blessings for all, Prideens celebrated this auspicious day in their own special ways. Children got dressed in traditional achkans and shararas, they decorated and presented Eid Mubarak cards to their friends and family members. Our tiny tots enjoyed listening to the story of the Prophet and strengthened their belief in God and good karmas. They danced together and enjoyed eating sweets with their friends and family. This festival teaches us about helping and sharing with our friends, family, and the needy.