Printable Qur’aan Reading Schedule for Ramadhan

quran scheduleDaily Qur’aan Reading Schedule – Landscape

This is a daily schedule for reading the Qur’aan broken down by each salaat. It prints on two pages.

{Print HERE pdf}


 

daily reading schedule portrait

Daily Qur’aan Reading Schedule – Portrait

This daily schedule for reading the Qur’aan is also broken down by each salaat.

It prints compactly on one page.

{Print HERE pdf}

 


 

List of the 30 Parts of the Quraan

quran 30 juz listThis is a daily Qur’aan reading schedule.

There are seven clipart designs to choose from. The only differences are the graphics at the top and bottom of the page.

 

Printable Qur’aan Reading Schedule for Ramadhan

quran scheduleDaily Qur’aan Reading Schedule – Landscape

This is a daily schedule for reading the Qur’aan broken down by each salaat. It prints on two pages.

{Print HERE pdf}


 

daily reading schedule portrait

Daily Qur’aan Reading Schedule – Portrait

This daily schedule for reading the Qur’aan is also broken down by each salaat.

It prints compactly on one page.

{Print HERE pdf}

 


 

List of the 30 Parts of the Quraan

quran 30 juz listThis is a daily Qur’aan reading schedule.

There are seven clipart designs to choose from. The only differences are the graphics at the top and bottom of the page.

 

Fabric Napkin Project

With Ramadhan less than 4 months away, it would be nice to have some *new* fabric napkins to use for dinner!

Here is a little sewing project.

Project ::  Fabric Napkins sewn by hand or machine

Patterns & Instructions :: Use your own, or one of these

Napkin Template (Windy Hill Designs) — instructions to make your own pattern

Stitch a Dinner Napkin (Stitch and Boots) — super easy sewing method

Other Resources ::

Simple Napkin Template (diy Maven) — sizes for lunch and dinner napkins

Napkin Tutorial (Split Hemz) — napkins with mitered corners

Linen Napkin Tutorial (Design Mom) — another mitered corner napkin

Is Your Car Ready for the Trip to Eid?

car talk logo So, as you know, ‘Eid is literally right around the corner.

Most of the time, ‘Eid salat is held in a place other than the masjid. That means, you will need to get your vehicle prepped for the trip. Although it will be a short trip for most, it can be a real journey for others. Either way, you don’t want to be hitch-hiking on ‘Eid due to auto difficulties.

And before I forget, please, please, please! Remember the people in your communities who do not have a car and therefore have no way of getting to ‘Eid. Ask around to see if someone needs a ride to and offer it to them.

So, you want to make sure your car has enough of the following:

  • oil
  • gas
  • water (battery, radiator)
  • windshield washer fluid
  • air (in tires)
  • a spare tire or fix-a-flat
  • other (whatever that is for your situation)

If you have been going to the masjid every day during the month of Ramadhan, your car needs some TLC by now. Short trips do the most damage to automobiles.

Finally, if you are having some car troubles, visit the Car Talk website. They even have a radio show you can listen to. Sometimes I listen because the guys are just hilariously funny when answering “my car’s broke down . . . please help” questions. You can tune in online or in the real world (by radio):

 Listen to Car Talk Online
Current shows free online; Podcasts.

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Car Talk Directory
Select a state to find your local NPR listings.

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Car Talk Overseas
Traveling overseas? Find out where you can tune in to Car Talk.

[Printable] 30 Parts of Quran Book Marker

I’m a big fan of book markers. I hope you are too.

This book marker is the list of the 30 parts of the Quran! There are three book markers per page. There are empty check boxes next to each juz on the list so you can keep track of where you stopped. You can even make notes on it if you like.

Download the Juz Book Marker. Print on cardstock (or regular printer paper). Cut them apart (lengthwise) and fold in half. At this point, you can apply glue or punch a hole in the bottom with a hole puncher and insert ribbon or cording. Laminate if you plan to keep reusing this book marker.

What have you created to help make you more organized in Ramadhan? Drop a comment (or email).

Get Medical/Dental Work Done Now

Avoid waiting until Ramadhan to get a tooth drilled, filled, or pulled! The same goes for any medical tests or procedures.

Call your doctor or dentist. Do it before Ramadhan gets here. You still have time.

Resources

2-1-1 Information & Referral Search — free and confidential information and referral for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. Dial 2-1-1 from your phone. Or, use this link 211.org. Enter your city and state. Then click on the link(s) provided.

Free/Low-Cost/Sliding-Scale Clinics  — NeedyMeds is a database of over 11,000 free or low cost medical and dental clinics with a sliding scale based on income:

Walgreens Prescription Discount Card — low-cost membership to a prescription discount program. Apply in the pharmacy department or use this link: Walgreens

  • 90-day supply of generics for less than $1 week
  • 10% Reward when I buy Walgreen brand items
  • 10% Reward in photo department

Partnership for Prescription Assistance  — helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need through the program that is right for them. Many will get their medications free or nearly free. Call 888-477-2669 or use this link PPA.

Care Note Books — printable medical information sheets. Print, fill out, and store in a binder. Makes filing out those forms at the doctor’s office a lot easier.

Meet-Ups Help with Ramadhan Prep

It is an excellent idea to find a partner as you get prepared for Ramadhaan. The “meet-up” does not have to be in person; it can be over the telephone or internet (thru emails, chat, etc.).

The most important thing, is to find a willing buddy — or two or three. This helps people get motivated and focused. So, invite someone over to talk about and plan your Ramadhan!

Here is what one sister did:

“. . . so last night I met up with a dear sister and we discussed our preparation for this coming Ramadan. We discussed preparation before Ramadan starts and our goals during Ramadan. I felt that it was extremely productive and I feel so ready for Ramadan now…alhamdulillah. So, I thought I’d share what we discussed with you all so that it may insha’Allah give you ideas for your own Ramadan preparation. “

So, plan that meet-up: get out that address book and a calendar! Take your Ramadhan Control Journal along.

If you do a meet-up with some friends, drop a comment about how it went!