FREE 2023-2024 Muslim Homeschooling Planner

When it comes to homeschooling, I like when my planner is as simple as possible but still includes all the elements that I believe would make planning a success for me.

I recently made one for my 2023-2024 homeschool year and wanted to share with others who may benefit. It doesn't have the usual week by week planner because I prefer check-marking lessons as we go through the year. It does however have year-at-a-glance, monthly planner and much more.

Anyone can use it; Muslim or not. The pages with Qur'an verses can be omitted. 

Here's the list of contents:

  • Homeschool Information
  • Year-at-a-Glance Calendar
  • Attendance
  • Brain Dump/Ideas
  • Goals
  • Expenses
  • Other Resources
  • Year Overview
  • Curriculum Overview
  • Curriculum Progress
  • Circle Time Checklist
  • Names of Allah Checklist
  • Book List
  • Weekly Schedule
  • Monthly Planner
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The free homeschooling planner has some ayaat from the Qur'an and pages for you to add your quote of the month. It starts from September 2023 and ends with August 2024.
The days of the week start from Sunday and the weekends are Friday and Saturday. You can easily customize it to your liking by covering words with washi tapes. You don't have to use all the pages. Do what works for you by using whatever you need, mixing with other planners or customizing it.

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Number of pages: 84

Kindly share the link of this blog post (NOT the pdf file) with others whom it may help.

Also, please, kindly share your feedback and let me know if this planner benefitted you. It's very important for me to know how well my resources work for others and what I can work on. It allows me to create better resources in-shaa-Allah. You can make a difference by simply sharing your experience.

May Allah help us all make great use of this planner and benefit our families. 



FREE Weekly Salah Tracker for Muslim Boys and Girls

Assalaam 'alaykum warahmatullahi wa barakatuh

I wanted to share the weekly salah tracker I made for my children.
It is beautiful, simple and straight to the point. 

It can either be used by printing it weekly or by laminating it and using a dry-erase marker to color-in the heart/circle.
There's one for girls and one for boys. 

I hope your children will make good use of it. 

Let me know how you find it. 

Please SHARE this post so others can also benefit!


The Muslimah Simple Daily Journal and Planner

I was recently looking for a simple planner that wouldn't overwhelm me or make me feel unproductive. Since I couldn't find one, I decided to make one myself. I made The Muslimah Simple Daily Journal and Planner and decided to sell and share it with other Muslim women who may also need one.

This is both a journal and a planner, as the title suggests, that can be used for six months.

Can be Used as:

  • Life Planner
  • Qur'an Journal
  • Business Planner
  • Gratitude Journal
  • Diary
  • Writing Journal
  • Homeschooling Planner
  • School Planner
  • Family/Home Planner
  • & More

This journal and planner can be used as a business, homeschooling, school, gratitude journal, Qur'an journal, diary or family/home planner. It also has a Ramadan planner.

It includes a year-at-a-glance calendar, a 6-month planner, du'a & bucket list, things to remember, budget planner, ideas tracker, contacts, meal & recipes planner, weekly schedule, daily planner and an empty space for another type of planning.


  • Undated Year Calendar at a Glance
  • 6-Month Calendar
  • Goals
  • Du’a & Bucket List
  • Budget Planner
  • Things to Remember
  • Contacts
  • Meals & Recipes
  • Ramadan Planner
  • Weekly Schedule
  • Daily Planner
  • Room for Another Type of Planning
  • & more

There's a page that goes in detail on how to use this journal & planner to make it easier for users. However, the planner is simple and self explanatory for the most part.

Daily Planner Contents:
  • Salah Tracker
  • Adhkar Tracker
  • Journal for Gratitude, Quran, Diary or Notebook
  • 1 Urgent Task (1 urgent task a day for productivity without burnout)
  • Other Tasks
  • Habit Tracker
  • Water Intake Tracker
  • Daily Rating

The daily planner has been made simple to avoid burnout or procrastination.

The to-do task has only ONE urgent task and a few micro tasks. This will help you feel more productive while keeping you consistent.

'Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said, "The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, 'O people, you should do whatever good deeds you can, for Allah does not get tired (of giving reward) until you get tired. And the most beloved of good deeds to Allah is that in which a person persists, even if it is little...'" Narrated by Al Bukhari and Muslim

Book Format:

  • 6x9 inches
  • 244 Pages (Lasts for 6 Months)
  • Rose Gold (with a taint of blue) Marble Cover
  • Soft Matte Cover

Your can purchase the journal and planner by clicking the image below.



Eid Al Adha DISCOUNT on All Digital Homeschooling Product

Assalaam 'alaikum

It's been a while. 

I hope you're all doing well and getting ready for Arafah and Eid Al Adha.

I wanted to pop up to share the new sale on the Ihsaan Home Academy shop.

I have 50% discount on all digital homeschooling products. 

Use the code:


May Allah make all the resources benefit you.

(Early) Eid Mubarak!


Juz 'Amma Qur'an Tracker for Children - Free Download

Assalaam 'alaikum.
I'm excited to share this Qur'an tracker that I made recently.
I initially wanted to use another Qur'an tracker that I downloaded from the internet, but there was something missing for me. I wanted a tracker that could note whether each surah was memorized partially, mostly or completely. 

After downloading the said Qur'an tracker, I noticed that some of the chapters my daughter had memorized needed a bit more work, but I couldn't note that. We thought of coloring a part of each box, then I thought, "why not just make one and share it with others who may need it too?" Needless to say, I got to work:) It did take more time than I thought it would, but I love the final result!

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The printable comes with two versions of the tracker, one for girls and another for boys. I hope you'll like it and share the link to this blog post with those who may need it in-shaa Allah.

May Allah make it benefit your child/children.


5 Things to Do with Children During Ramadan

Ramadan is blessed month and the month of the Qur'an. This is a time when we strive to be our best selves and hopefully improve for the rest of the year. Although adults are usually the ones who participate in fasting and other acts of worship during Ramadan, there are a few things we can do to get our children excited and involved throughout the month. 

There are five tips for what we can do with our children that I forgot to share earlier, so here we go ...

Saying Adhakar

Get them involved during the morning and evening adhkar. If they are sleeping during the first one, try the one before Maghrib. It could be as little as one or two du'as and they can walk their way up.

Practicing Salah

Whenever you go pray, ask your children to join you. Even if you did this before, try making it more consistent during Ramadan. Hopefully, by the time the month ends, your children would build a stronger habit of joining you for Salah. This of course depends on their age.

Learning the Qur'an in Depth 

Most of the time, we try to finish reading or listening to the whole Qur'an during Ramadan. Although this is great because we should strive to increase in worship, it can sometimes take away from the quality of our worship. It's not a race and the whole point of reading the Qur'an is to understand what Allah is telling us and proving our lives. This is the perfect time to help your children fall in love with the Qur'an. Keep it simple and learn a few ayah at a time with your children. Read the meaning and tafseer to help them to better connect with the Qur'an. This goes for both those who speak Arabic and those who don't. People sometimes think that making children do a lot is what proves that they are learning. That could sometimes do the opposite as some children resist learning when they feel overwhelmed. Remember, children have a shorter attention span. When it's nice and short, they retain the information much better; and that's the goal. 

Related Post: A Ramadan Journal for Little Muslims

Practicing Fasting 

Depending on the age, they can practice fasting a part of the day, half or even the whole day (for a few days) if they can. It could be as little as a few hours after waking up or even skipping breakfast. It obviously doesn't count as a day of fasting, but they'll eventually get there in shaa Allah. You'll be surprised how proud children can be of themselves for doing that. It makes them feel like they're doing something valuable; and they are. 


Your children can draw or write about the highlight of their day, what they did or learned. Again, it doesn't have to be much. Writing even a sentence is good enough. It's also a great reading and writing practice for children. They improve without even realizing that they're learning. It's a win-win. It's also an opportunity for your children to practice gratitude and communicating with Allah more. 

Keep in mind that even if all you did with your children this Ramadan was reading or listening to the Qur'an, it would be huge. This is the month of the Qur'an, so let's strive to go in depth with it. Remember, quality is better than quantity. If you can do more, great, but focus on getting your children to understand the Qur'an and fall in love with it by the will of Allah.

May Allah accept our efforts, acts of worship, forgive us and grant us all success. 


Ramadan Mubarak!


FREE Ramadan Card Game for the Whole Family

Are you ready for another Ramadan?
This is the perfect time to start planning what you would like to do during this blessed month.
I've shared resources such as planners and activities on my blog over the years, but today, I'd like to share a Ramadan card game that I made. It can be played before or during Ramadan. The aim is to have a little fun while also learning new words related to the month of Ramadan. 

How to Set Up

  1. Print all cards (front and back) using A4 paper. 

  2. Cut out the cards following the dotted lines.

  3. Laminate each card (optional)

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How to Play

  1. You will need at least 4 people to form 2 pairs of team (you can probably make it work with 2).

  2. One person from a team chooses 6 cards randomly (you can decide to change the rule to more cards if you wish).

  3. The person looks at one card at a time, pays attention to the word written on it and tried to explain what the word is to his/her team member without mentioning the word, making obvious sounds, giving definitions in another language or making sign language.

  4. The other member must shout out the correct word. Failure from doing so would mean a lost point.

  5. Before each team starts, a 30-second timer must be on to limit the time for each word guessing.

  6. A person from the other team or someone else may keep count of the time using a sand timer or any other timer.

  7. The score of each correct answer must also be recorded.

  8. After finishing the six cards from the selected ones, switch to the other team. Go on until each member from every team gets a chance to play.

  9. Record scores on the score sheet (laminate it for durability and to use it multiple times).

  10. Calculate the final correct answers from each team and announce the winner.

If you use this resource, please let me know what you thought of it in the comment section or tag me on Instagram.

May Allah make it benefit you and your family.