2020-2021 Calendars for Kids

Our new 2020-2021 Calendars are ready! We have created these for years and many of you have been asking me when these would be ready!

You have a few different ways to get your hands on these. The easiest and fastest way is to purchase the set you want from my shop. All sets include the remaining 2020 months and ALL of 2021!

If you aren’t in a hurry, you can wait until each new monthly calendar is released for free. I send these out via email on the 27th of each month.

 

Learning ideas to go along with the tracing printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, trace the name of the month, the year, and color the focus picture.
  • Each new day, trace the number and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to write in each month to create a pattern.
  • At the beginning of each month go through and mark the special days {holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or anything your family celebrates}.  Have your child decorate those special dates so you can look forward to them!

Learning ideas to go along with the dot fun printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, color the focus picture. If your child doesn’t like to color, color together…make it fun!
  • Each new day, dot paint the day, or use a dot sticker and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to create a pattern.

Don’t have Dot Paint {or don’t want to be messy with little ones}?  Use Dot Stickers instead!

 

More Calendar Fun

 

 

Kindergarten Monthly Calendar Notebook

 

I have a new adventure awaiting me – homeschooling Kindergarten again! I am helping a friend with her 2 children {Pre K and K} and couldn’t be more excited! You’ll be seeing a LOT more PreK and K on my blog and Instagram since she is allowing me to feature her kids and our activities! This new Kindergarten Monthly Calendar Notebook was created for my new students!

I wanted to condense everything I would have up on a wall for calendar time into a notebook so the kids could access it easily anywhere. They will be coming to my house a few days a week and staying at theirs the other days. This notebook will be easily passed back and forth so they can work on it daily!

My other thought with creating a monthly calendar notebook for daily practice was to help new homeschooling families who feel a bit lost! This notebook is a simple way to review many Kindergarten skills every day! Below you can see all of the skills that are included. It is geared for Kindergarten but will be appropriate for many preschoolers too! Some 1st graders will enjoy it also! It all depends on your child!

As I get going with my new students in September, you’ll see a lot more in action, but for now, I created a little video walkthrough to give you my thoughts on the different activities included and also the different levels.

 

 

I decided to create a lifetime membership option instead of individual calendars for sale each month since they will “expire” each month. With the membership you can visit anytime {you’ll be given a private link and password} to download new calendars. For now, I am guaranteeing a new monthly calendar through July 2021, but it is highly likely I will continue to create them indefinitely!

Use Anytime Themes

I also wanted to add some “use anytime” theme-based calendars {which will be for sale individually AND included in the membership}. These are editable PDF files so you can type the month/year in yourself! These were created for a few reasons – the main one was to have a replacement if you needed a theme substitute for a specific month. If your family doesn’t celebrate Halloween and you don’t like the October images, you can choose one of the “use anytime” themes to replace it!

Currently, we have three themes available – ocean, farm, and transportation. I am working on dinosaurs right now and have plans to add several more!

 

Like what you see?

Grab your membership here!

 

2020-2021 Year at a Glance Homeschool Calendar Printable

We start back to school soon and honestly, I am not emotionally ready. Technically I am prepared, but my heart just isn’t ready yet. I have counted lessons, days, weeks, and more to see when we should start. I count backward from the goal finish date and always allow for at least 3 weeks off at Christmas time. Based on a few other factors, that date is August 3 this year. I really should start then, and we probably will, but I give myself the freedom to change my mind if needed. So, it may be August 11. Follow me on Instagram to see when we actually start!

I made a colorful year-at-a-glance calendar to make myself feel better. It looks pretty, but the facts didn’t change simply because it is pretty. Bummer. Hopefully, my heart will catch up with reality soon. Normally, I am excited to get back to school and I pray I get there. Or at the very least I get a bit closer to excited than I am right now.

If you’d like to download the calendar I made you can here! I added a few different options, so be sure to print the one you want.

 

April 2019 Calendars for Kids

April 2019 Printable Calendars for Kids

We have our next free 2019 calendar for you! You can download both the tracing and dot version of our calendars for April 2019 for free at the bottom of this post!

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Grab the ENTIRE 2019 set…

We have some sets for sale in our 1+1+1=1 Shop for those of you who want more!

Click on each image to see the individual sets…

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Or click here to get them all in a bundle deal!

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Learning ideas to go along with the tracing printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, trace the name of the month, the year, and color the focus picture.
  • Each new day, trace the number and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to write in each month to create a pattern.
  • At the beginning of each month go through and mark the special days {holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or anything your family celebrates}.  Have your child decorate those special dates so you can look forward to them!

Learning ideas to go along with the dot fun printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, color the focus picture. If your child doesn’t like to color, color together…make it fun!
  • Each new day, dot paint the day, or use a dot sticker and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to create a pattern.

Don’t have Dot Paint {or don’t want to be messy with little ones}?  Use Dot Stickers instead!

Get your Calendar Notebook covers here

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Looking for more calendar fun?

Add these printables to our Calendar Notebook printables!

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Here’s one set up for homeschool calendar time we have had.  Lots of free printables!

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Here’s our Calendar Connections for more fun learning!

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Download your free April 2019 Calendars here!

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March 2019 Calendars for Kids

March 2019 Printable Calendars for Kids

We have our next free 2019 calendar for you! You can download both the tracing and dot version of our calendars for March 2019 for free at the bottom of this post!

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Grab the ENTIRE 2019 set…

We have some sets for sale in our 1+1+1=1 Shop for those of you who want more!

Click on each image to see the individual sets…

2019-Dot-Fun-Calendar-for-Kids822222  2019-Tracing-Calendar-for-Kids622222

Or click here to get them all in a bundle deal!

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Learning ideas to go along with the tracing printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, trace the name of the month, the year, and color the focus picture.
  • Each new day, trace the number and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to write in each month to create a pattern.
  • At the beginning of each month go through and mark the special days {holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or anything your family celebrates}.  Have your child decorate those special dates so you can look forward to them!

Learning ideas to go along with the dot fun printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, color the focus picture. If your child doesn’t like to color, color together…make it fun!
  • Each new day, dot paint the day, or use a dot sticker and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to create a pattern.

Don’t have Dot Paint {or don’t want to be messy with little ones}?  Use Dot Stickers instead!

Get your Calendar Notebook covers here

Calendar-Notebook-Covers2_thumb_thum[2]


Looking for more calendar fun?

Add these printables to our Calendar Notebook printables!

Free-Daily-Calendar-Notebook-Printab

Here’s one set up for homeschool calendar time we have had.  Lots of free printables!

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Here’s our Calendar Connections for more fun learning!

Calendar-Connections-Printable-Cards

Download your free March 2019 Calendars here!

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