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Daily Quraan Reading Schedules

"Read!  In the Name of your Lord

 Who has created (all that exists)."




The schedules below are for reading the Quraan daily.  The daily readings are broken up by the grouping of ayaats in Tafsir Ibn Kathir.  Each day, designated ayaat and the corresponding Tafsir sections are read. This could be daily reading for an adult or family time with the kids, or independent reading for older kids. You might read during the day after a salaat or before bed.

This schedule does not emphasize memorization, although it could be undertaken, if desired, but it does not have designated regular review periods which would are crucial for memorization. It is more so for reading and contemplating in small bits. Use it to fit your particular needs, insha Allah. If you are looking for a sample memorization schedule, try the resources in the right side bar under Memorization on TJ's Quraan Page.


Ideas for the daily readings:


You might want to simply read and discuss the ayaat and tafsir material.

As a discussion aid, you might try to answer the 5Ws about the material read

 (Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How)


If you want to do a little more than that, here are some ideas:



  • When starting a surah, look at what the name is and its meaning; determine the root of the Arabic surah name and look up the root and see related words (based upon the root). Why was this surah given this name?

  • Keep a list of Arabic terms; write their definitions. Look up any words you don't know the meaning of.

  • Keep a daily journal and jot down important concepts in the days reading. Kids might use a prompt like: What I learned today and how it applies to me. How can I act on it?

  • Have younger children draw a related picture; older children can complete a related creative writing assignment on some days.

  • In addition you can develop other informal on the fly activities to complete after reading: The following verbs may help generate ideas: (persuade, define, demonstrate, diagram, memorize, describe, calculate, label, name, classify, solve (situational problem)

  • Repeated reading of Arabic text. Select an ayaah or hadith from the reading and repeatedly read it to increase fluency in reading Arabic text.  Keep repeating until you get a good, fluent reading.

  • Study the Arabic of one or more ayaat or of a hadith in the reading.  Can you identify what types of words are in the text (ism, fil, harfu jarr, etc.).  How do they affect other words in the sentence/phrase?  Try picking out a few verbs and conjugating them. Pick nouns and determine whether they are singular or plural. If singular, what is the plural, vice versa. 

  • You may also want to set aside a few minutes each week to review previous readings



Daily Schedules, arranged by Juzquraanschedpic

(bi-ithnillah, more to be added)


Juz 27 (54 days)


Juz 28 (47 days)


Juz 29 (50 days)





Daily Quraan Notes/Journal

Main points and vocabulary words that we have pulled out from our reading.



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Thursday, October 26, 2006

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