The 39 To Dos On My Ramadan Checklist

This year for Ramadan, I created a Ramadan Checklist. I have been thinking about Ramadan since last Ramadan, and felt a bit overwhelmed with how much there is to do.  I needed to get it down on paper. Also, I’m Type A.

I have to say, this was a super relaxing exercise and will continue to be a reminder over the next month. Below is my complete list:


  • Memorize
  • Journal
  • Read Quran
  • Jummah
  • Laylat al-Qadr
  • Make Amends
  • Taraweeh
  • Masjid


  • Zakat
  • Sadaqah
  • Volunteer
  • Food Bank
  • Listen
  • Patience
  • Smile
  • Random Kindness
  • Donate Books
  • Visit Elderly
  • Recycle & Conserve


  • Moonsighting
  • Decorate
  • Kid’s Baskets
  • Craft
  • Host an Iftar
  • Attend an Iftar
  • Family Photo
  • Eid Cards
  • Eid Cookies
  • Wrap Gifts
  • Ramadan Books
  • Treat for Neighbors
  • New Outfits
  • Prayer Area
  • Dip & Decorate Dates
  • Countdown Calendar
  • Iftar Appetizers
  • Suhoor Meal Prep
  • Buy Gifts
  • Visit Classroom

Hope this inspires your own Ramadan Checklist! I can’t wait to start checking things off the list. Just 2 weeks to go!

Peace & Salam,


Salam! I’m Natasha, a children’s author, illustrator, and digital content creator. I created IslamiMommy to share the arts & crafts that bring joy to my family.

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