Shablol.com will be decorated in recognition of Eid al Adha throughout the entire holiday, which is scheduled to begin on the 10th and end on the 18th of October, posting content on the Hajj pilgrimage and other related subjects.
An Eid al Adha contest will also be advertised online to challenge the knowledge of children. The children will seek to earn the most points to enter the final rounds. Winners of the competition will receive valuable prizes including the Shablol Golden Mask award. Moreover, Shablol.com will add a drawing contest to its Najem Al Saha page where children will compete in composing intricate pictures.
Commenting on the occasion, Ms. Nesreen El-Guindi, the Sales & Marketing Director at Shablol, said, “We believe in the importance of having children participate in academic activities after school hours. Shablol is also seeking to put smiles on the faces of children and give them opportunities to engage in our online content in a safe and secure environment.”
Ms. El-Guindi went on to add, “We have carefully selected our criteria to tend to children’s needs, in regards to education and social development. Shablol provides kids with all the required tools to enhance their creativity and innovative approaches in a healthy and safe environment.”