In particular, most children who are at the Zaatari refugee camp cannot receive formal education and there is not even a proper playing facility for them. Due to this, I designed self-generated lighting maracas for the education of the children of Syrian refugees. This can help children to develop sentiments and also helps to prevent nighttime crimes within the refugee camp by acting as a lighting throughout dark evenings. The children of Syrian refugees can scoop up sand from their surroundings and use it as the filling of the lighting maracas. This can help children to develop sentiments by carrying out musical plays. Furthermore, the lighting maracas can build up self-generated energy as it is shaken and can be used as nighttime lighting during evenings. It can help to prevent nighttime crimes within the refugee camp by being utilized as interior lamps within refugee tents or as hand lanterns when moving to other places.