List of Ramadhan planners, schedulers, calenders


I’ve revised the list of planners to include an explanation of how they work. I’ve also made a few tweeks to a couple of the planners. I hope this makes them more user-friendly. If you have any special requests, please let me know!

*NEW* Fascinating FlyMuslim Weekly Planner (Interactive) *NEW Jul/10*
This is a nitty-gritty Sunday to Saturday planner. It’s my interpretation of mixing an updated unbound “Fascinating Womanhood” planner page and Flylady. The first 2 lines of each day on this form are typeable — that is you can type information into it create daily routines. Or, you can simply print it out as it. This planner is great for the every-day things you need to get done. In addition to block-sectioned days to help us maintain our routines, it also has the following sections: tasks list, call and email lists, shopping reminder, and notes, complete with Arabesque icons and a tiny reminder to fast the White Days.

Blank Weekly with Goal and Notes
This planner runs Monday thru Sunday. There is an area to write down goals and notes. This type of planner is great as a Master Schedule.

Daily Activities (by Times of Day)
A planner based around the times we pray. This type of planner is great as a Master Schedule.

Daily Activities (blank)
You fill in the times and activities. This type of planner is great as a Master Schedule.

19-Hour Timed Daily Planner
A 19-hour timed planner that starts at 4:30am and ends at 10pm. You fill in the days of the week across the top or names of your children to assign tasks at specific times.

19-Hour Timed Daily Planner no Title
A 19-hour timed planner that starts at 4:30am and ends at 10pm. You fill in the days of the week across the top or names of your children to assign tasks at specific times.

19-Hour Ramadhan Timed Daily Planner w/Title
A timed planner that starts at 4:30am and ends at 10pm. The days of the week are labeled in English and Arabic across the top.

*NEW* Weekly Schedule 24hr-Day *NEW Jul/10*
This is a Sunday to Saturday timed schedule that starts at 4:00 am and ends at 3:00 am. It can function as a master schedule for many things such as Ramadhan scheduling, household planning, medication planning, learning/study scheduling, etc.

Blank Ramadhan Calendar
This is a blank 30-day calendar. You write in the number days according to when the first day of fasting begins. Great for keeping track of the days of Ramadhan, any missed fasts, knowing when the last 10 nights are etc. Children can color the empty squares and also keep track of their fasts, good deeds, goals, etc.

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