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Student Planner — July 6, 2016

Student Planner


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About the Pack:

A FREE Planner made especially for students. Just as our ‘Homeschool Planner’, we have taken a similar approach for the Students and made this planner flexible and personal. We understand the importance of being organised and planning ahead so having a planner/diary for both parents as well as the children available is very useful especially when it’s flexible and can be used anytime of the year and every year. This means no more waiting for new planners to become available last minute. We only hope that Allah brings us ease by this and great benefit.

WHAT’s inside the planner:

  • Contents Page
  • About Me Section (Includes: Personal info, Emergency info, Hobbies/Interest, Goal Planning)
  • Contacts
  • Islamic Calendars
  • Important Islamic Dates/Events
  • Year at a Glance
  • Month at a Glance x12
  • Timetables
  • Schedule/Routine Planning
  • Book Logging
  • Homework Tracking
  • Grades and Tests Logging
  • Diary (Weekly)
  • Notes Pages
  • To Do Lists
  • Beautiful Islamic Reminders throughout
    and much more!

What you need:

  • A4 white paper, printer (At least 100 Sheets)
  • Colour Printer
  • Local Office Supply to Bind the folder (costs up to £5)
  • Pens, Highlighters

How to use this Pack:

  • Download and Print it – Please adjust your printer settings to: A4 and ‘Borderless’, colour, two sides (back to back). For extra sheets, print according to your needs.
  • Bind it at your local office supply shop, this should cost you around £5
  • Index Tabs (Optional) – Print the tabs on card, cut out each tab, sellotape each tab to the correct section (following the content as your guideline) upon its ‘Reminder Page’.

*Please feel free to share or suggest any ideas in the comments below!

Useful websites to help with Planning:


  1. The Homeschool Planner:Screen Shot 2016-05-28 at 09.44.50

  2. Index TabsOptional

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Jazaakom Allahu khair!


Ramadan Rewards, Activities and Preparation — June 2, 2016

Ramadan Rewards, Activities and Preparation

With Ramadhan around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start planning out how you will be spending your days in acts of worship as well as planning homeschool activities for the children inshaAllah. So with the help and inspiration of other homeschooling mothers themselves, we have gathered the following beneficial links. We hope you find them useful inshAllah:

Reward Charts for Fasting, Praying, Giving Charity +more:

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Download Now!

21 RAMADHAN Activities for children:

(Islamic background need to be double checked)

  1. Preschool Ramdhan Activity Book
  2. 49 Ways to get Children Involved in Ramadhan
  3. 30 Days of Good Deeds for a Ramadhan Jar
  4. Ramadhan Colouring Page
  5. 30 Day Ramadhan Activity. An Activity a Day. A Word from the Qur’an
  6. 30 Days of Kindness Free Printable
  7. Daily Salaah Chart
  8. Masjid Collages
  9. Ramadhan Calendar Ideas
  10. Mosque Silhouettes (Cutting and Sticking Activity)
  11. How to make Date Pops (Healthy Treat for the Kids)
  12. Dubai Cards – Printable
  13. Printable Ramadhan Board Game
  14. Juzz ‘Amma Workbook (Printable)
  15. Du’aa Posters
  16. Ramadhaan Sight Word Work (There are many others on the site)
  17. Ramadhan Games
  18. 5 Pillars of Islam Workbook (Preschool)
  19. Ramadhan Matching Bunting, Cards and Cake Toppers
  20. Ramadhan Good Deed Tree
  21. Ramadhan Date Gift Idea

Compiled by RaisingRayyaan


Preparation for Ramadhan:

  1. Quran Planner
  2. Books:
    a) Sittings In The Month Of Ramadan by Shaikh Salih Al-Fawzan
    b) Sittings During The Blessed Month Of Ramadan by Shaykh Muhammad Al-Uthaymeen
    c) Ramadan Has Arrived by Shaikh Abdur-Razzaaq Al-Abbad
  3. The Condition of the Salaf in Ramadhaan by Shaykh Saalih Al-Fawzaan
  4. The Fiqh of Ramadhaan – Abu Muadh Taqweem Aslam
  5. Concerning Fasting – Advice for Ramadhaan 
  6. Does it Break the Fast (Image) and Important Q&As about Fasting (Image), The Rulings of Ramadhan Q&A (Article)
  7. Rewards for Dhikr CHART
  8. The Virtue and Excellence of The Last Ten Nights of Ramadhaan by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Rabee’ al-Madkhalee
  9. Concluding Ramadan and Regulations of ‘Eid by Abu Khadeejah
  10. Remaining Focused After Ramadan by Abdulilah Lahmami
  11. Ramadan Lessons Moosa Richardson
  12. Sahih Muslim: Explanation of the Book of Fasting – Ramadan Seminar – Abul-Abbaas Moosaa Richardson
    Abu Suhailah Umar Quinn &
    Abu Muhammad al-Maghribi
  13. Prepare Yourself for the Month of Mercy and Forgiveness: Ramadān – Khutbah by Abu Khadeejah
  14. Welcome Ramadān – Khutbah by Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis
  15. Utilise Ramadān To Rectify Yourselves by Abu Idrees
  16. Ramadan Is A Remedy For Diseases Of Heart – Khutbah By Hasan Somali
  17. Ramadan A Month Of Repentance! by Hasan Somali
  18. Ramadān Is A Period Of Happiness For The Believer – Khutbah by Abu Khadeejah
  19. Fasting in Ramadān According to the Sunnah – Lessons by Abu Khadeejah
  20. The Book of Fasting in Ramadān – from the explanation of Zād Al-Mustaqni’ – Series by Abu Khadeejah 2017
  21. Benefit From Ramadān Before it’s Over By Abu Hakeem
  22. Remaining Focused After Ramadān – Lecture by Abdulilah Lahmami
  23. How Muslims Should Celebrate Eid Day – Short lesson by Abu Khadeejah

Donations/Fidya/Zakat al-Fitr:



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Homeschool Timetables Samples — March 3, 2016

Homeschool Timetables Samples

With all the talk about routines and schedules, it seems that there are more tasks to complete throughout our day than we have time for.

Understand the difference between ‘Routines’ and ‘Schedules’
Routines are more about our etiquettes and lifestyle throughout our days and week, a certain action that we implement on a regular basis regardless of its time; whereas Schedules are more of a structured plan that is set at a specific time. An example of a routine is ‘I read at least once a day’, and an example of a schedule is ‘I read everyday at 8am’.

I personally believe that everyone can benefit from a regular routine that they can use as a guideline (morning, afternoon and evening) but not everyone can work well with a schedule. I also believe in not being afraid to break routines to fit in higher priorities once in a while, yet the earlier we have a routine the better we can adjust.

What to include in your timetable
Your timetable depends on your priorities and family lifestyles etc. Thus when choosing what to include in your timetable, keep in mind that everyone is different and you’re not obliged to blind follow others; rather appreciate the difference, prioritise your needs and must dos because that’s what matters in the end. Also, try to keep your homeschool timetables separate from your other daily/weekly tasks. Here is a quick list of what to include:

  • Days of the week
  • Subjects
  • Topics
  • Activities
  • Breaks
  • Trips

Check out our Folders that include ‘Timetable Templates’ for both Parents and Child:

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Homeschool Planner

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Student Planner


Below are a few timetable samples that I collected from some lovely homeschooling mothers that were happy to share, May Allah Ta’ala reward them generously for their efforts. Ameen.
(click images to enlarge):

homeschool resources @daarattawheed1 (Reception - Grade Year 4)
Reception – Year 4 (Part 1) by @daarattawheed1
homeschool resources @daarattawheed1 (Grade Years 5 - 7)
Year 5 – Year 7 (Part 2) by @daarattawheed1
rehana homeschool weekly lesson plan
Timetable + Lesson plans by Sister Rehana
Saliha timetable
Weekly Timetable by Sister Saliha
zaynab timetable
Weekly Timetable by Sister Zaynab
Week Timetable by Umm Assad
Toddler Monthly Planner

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Jazaakom Allahu khair!


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