My Qur’an, My Companion Ramadan Journals

Original journal (95 pages) contains
*A beautiful front cover, and two opening pages with ayaat, introducing the focus of the journal.

-A Ramadan goals page, where kiddos can record their aspirations for the month and prepare in advance.

-A final fun ‘Eid planner’ page, where kiddos can plan their Eid, including making sure they know the sunnan of Eid, the time to wake up, time for Eid salaah, and things that need to be done around the home.

*A set of three pages to be worked on every day…
-The first page contains a positive affirmation to help boost and motivate enthusiasm for the extra effort we make in the blessed month.  I’ll be encouraging my kiddos to be reading these aloud to themselves.
-A daily tracker which the kiddos can tick off to remind them how many days of Ramadan are left.
-A section to write down memorised verses, and a section for their meaning.
-Daily questions pertaining to Ramadan, Fasting, the Quran, and general Islamic studies.  Some are simple, some a little more challenging.
-A daily vocabulary section; this is where the children can think of words they hear repeated throughout the Qur’an and can write out its meaning. Or a word that was mentioned in their memorisation that they wanted to know what it meant.

*The second page contains three names of Allah, with their meanings, in colouring page style along with their meanings.
(The list of these names has been taken from Shaykh Uthaymeen’s book Al-Qawaa`id al-Muthla; the list and English translations can be found here)

*The third page is a Ramadan ‘scrapbooking page’, where kids can write a diary entry of their day, recording highlights, profound memories and anything else they like. There are also sections for drawing pictures (faceless) to further capture memories of their Ramadan.

The bonus junior journal (65 pages) contains

*A beautiful front cover, and two opening pages with ayaat, introducing the focus of the journal.

*The same Ramadan goals planner, and Eid planner in the original journal, with the exception of spaces to draw instead of write.

*The complete 99 names of Allah colouring pages (exactly the same as the original journal)

*A ‘Ramadan picture diary page’ where they can draw about their day, and Mama can help them by writing their caption for them.

To see inside the journals click HERE.

These beautiful journals can be used by all the children and are a fuss-free way to engage the children during Ramadan (One purchase (instant download) can be used for your whole family)

 

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