Thalaathatul Usool Notebook Pages


Thalaathatul Usool – The Three Fundamental Principles – is a book that must grace every Islamic bookshelf.

It is an essay from the noble Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab, rahimahullah written to convey to every Muslim the knowledge which is obligatory upon each and every one of us. Knowledge of these principles should be at the foremost of our studies since we shall be questioned on this in our graves, and only those who can answer with certainty shall be successful. 


Recently I have been working through the Sharh Thalaathatul Usool – Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles – by our noble Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen, rahimahullah. This book is available to purchase from Sunnah Bookstore.

I have always planned to cover this book with my children when they reach an age of understanding and over the past week I have created this set of notebooking pages that can be used in conjunction with Shaykh Uthaymeen’s book (or lessons which are taught based on this book).

I was inspired to produce these pages after seeing Umm Maimoonah’s Usool Thalaatha Scrapbook. I love the work her daughter produced, mashaa’Allah and if my children had been keen on scrapbooking I would have continued our studies using a similar style. But since my children prefer notebooking I decided to design these pages and set them out similar to the book, with sentences and paragraphs from the book at the top of each page and space provided below for students to write in the explanation and any necessary notes and annotations.

I have copied out the entire essay of Shaykh Abdul-Wahhab using the text from the book pictured above and spread it out over 99 pages. The 100th page is a blank page which can be printed as many times as necessary for additional notes. You can download these pages HERE.



For more studies and activities on Thalaathatul Usool, why not check out:

2 comments on “Thalaathatul Usool Notebook Pages

  1. JazakiAllahu khairan!!! This is wonderful and saves us a looooot of time!! Alhamdulillah! May Allah bless you and your family with the best of rewards and may He continue to bless your time, sis. Ameen!!

  2. What age did your children study Thalathatool Usool?

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