The aim is to keep this as simple as possible, so that it is suitable for all levels – inshā Allāh.
- How Many Rakʿah Is the ʿĪd Prayer?
The ʿĪd Prayer is two Rakʿah as established in the Ḥadīth ofʿUmar:
“The Prayer of al-Adḥá is two Rakʿah, and the Prayer of al-Fiṭr is two Rakʿah…They are complete and not shortened, [as stated] on the tongue of your Prophet (salallāhu ‘alaihi wasallam) …” 
- The Takbīrāt
In the first Rakʿah there are seven Takbīrāt [including the opening Takbīr], and in the second there are five not including the Takbīr for standing. 
ʿĀ’ishah narrated that the Messenger of Allāh (salallāhu ‘alaihi wasallam) said:
“The Takbīr in al-Fiṭr and al-Adḥá is seven in the first [Rakʿah]and five in the second, apart from the Takbīr for bowing.” 
- Its Description
The person says the opening Takbīr [Allāhu Akbar].
Then they say the opening supplication.
Then they say six Takbīrāt [Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar], and they raise their hands with each Takbīr. 
Then they seek refuge with Allāh from the accursed Devil. 
Then they recite aloud in both Rakʿah.
In the first, they recite Sūrah al-Fātiḥah followed by al-Aʿlá.
So, they say the Takbīr [Allāhu Akbar] to stand for the second Rakʿah, and then they say five Takbīrāt [Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar. Allāhu Akbar.]
Then in the second Rakʿah, they recite Sūrah al-Fātiḥah followed by Sūrah al-Ghāshiyah. 
If they have not memorized al-Aʿlá and Surah al-Ghāshiyah , then they can recite with what they are able from the Qur’ān.
 Collected by Ahmad (no. 257) and others. It has been declared authentic by Albānī.
 For those being led in the Prayer, then they say the Takbīrāt silently to themselves, as for saying them loudly like the Imām then this has no basis whatsoever.
 Collected by Abū Dāwūd (no. 1151). It has been declared sound by Albānī.
 This is the position of the Permanent Committee (7/48). However, there is a difference of opinion regarding this.
 There is another opinion with regards to the exact place, but we will suffice with this, which is the position found in al-Mulakhkhaṣ al-Fiqhī (1/272).
 As established in the Ḥadīth collected by Ibn Mājah (no. 1283), which has been declared authentic by Albānī.
 It is also the Sunnah to recite along with al-Fātiḥah Sūrah Qāf in the first Rakʿah and in the second Sūrah al-Qamr, as in Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim (no. 891).