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.

 

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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.

 

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!

Sample Schedule/Plan your Ramadhaan days and nights

One of the easiest ways to stay organized during Ramadhaan is to create a Ramadhaan Management Schedule.

Print out one of the daily planners. There are several to choose from so select the one that best matches your lifestyle and personal style.

Before getting started, think about how you want to spend your days, evenings, and nights during the month.

Plan until Saturday only. This will keep you from getting overwhelmed. Then, each Saturday print and plan your days for the following week(s). Keep doing this each Saturday thru the end of Ramadhaan.

Remember to do it the Flylady way. Set a time limit for each activity. Use a timer to keep you on track. If you don’t have a kitchen timer, go to this website  Online-Stopwatch. Click on “Count Down”. Then click on the numbers 1-5-0-0. This will set the online timer for 15 minutes. Turn the computer speakers up high enough for you to hear the alarm and get to boogeying!

Here is a Sample Ramadan Schedule/Routine

Pre-Dawn

    • Wake up
    • Dua’

Meal Time (Suhuur)

    • Prepare food
    • Eat Suhuur
    • Clean up

Salaat (Fajr)

    • Make ghusl/wudu
    • Men get ready to pray at masjid
    • Pray Fajr * Tasbeeh & Dua

Family/Personal Activity

    • Read Qur’aan, Hadith, or Article
    • Discuss plans for the day
    • Other

Open Activity Time

    • Schedule other activities including naps, dealing with infants/toddlers, etc

Mid-Day

    • Pray Duhaa
    • Prepare Lunch for non-fasters

Salaat (Dhur)

    • Make ghusl/wudu * Men get ready to pray at masjid
    • Pray Dhur * Tasbeeh & Dua

Open Activity Time

    • Schedule other activities including naps, craft, educational, Quran, hadith, dealing with infants/toddlers, etc

Salaat (‘Asr)

    • Make ghusl/wudu * Men get ready to pray at masjid
    • Pray Asr * Tasbeeh & Dua

Open Activity Time

    • Schedule other activities including naps, craft, educational, Quran, hadith, dealing with infants/toddlers, etc

Meal Time (Dinner)

    • Prepare for & cook dinner
    • Prepare dates, water

Break Fast

    • Make dua for breaking the fast
    • Eat

Salaat (‘Maghrib)

    • Make ghusl/wudu * Men get ready to pray at masjid
    • Pray Maghrib * Tasbeeh & Dua

Meal Time

    • Serve & Eat Dinner
    • Discuss days’ fasting during meal
    • Clean up

Open Activity Time

    • Take 30 minute walk
    • Brief family meeting
    • Schedule other activities including naps, craft, educational, Quran, hadith, dealing with infants/toddlers, etc

Salaat (Ishaa’)

    • Make ghusl/wudu * Men get ready to pray at masjid
    • Pray Ishaa’ * Tasbeeh & Dua

Salaat (Taraweeh)

    • Make ghusl/wudu * Get ready for masjid
    • Pray Taraweeh

BedTime

    • Get clothes ready for the next day
    • Get reading material ready for the next day
    • Sleep early

Tahajjud

    • Wake up
    • Make ghusl/wudu
    • Pray Tahajjud

BedTime

    • Sleep until Fajr