This printable student calendar set is full of a variety of ways to make learning fun for your kids.
You'll have a blast with these different ways to learn about and track the months of the years, weather, feelings, and more.
Find out more about this free printable pack of calendar notebook pages and how you can get your set today!
Add a Special Touch to Your Morning Time with Kids
Want an easy yet fun way to get your kids more involved in your morning time this school year?
Add these printable student calendar pages!
Over the years, one of the best things for our homeschool has been our morning gathering (a.k.a. morning time). No matter how busy my 5 boys and I get or how erratic our schedule, morning gathering has been our time to come together and get our homeschool day started on the right foot.
And we always start our morning gathering with calendar time.
Yup, even though my boys are older (my youngest is 8!), our homeschool day begins with calendar activities.
Our calendar time has evolved over the years. When I had littles, I'd be happy to get in a few minutes with a quick "Days of the Week" song and pointing out the day and the week.
As the boys got older, we'd spend more time looking at how the months and days are spelled. And maybe putting them in alphabetical order.
Oh, and of course, we love to boost our calendar time with a chat about what fun day it is!
One of my secrets for keeping calendar time fun in our homeschool morning gathering is making sure to have a variety of ways to enjoy it. In addition to using educational songs and CNN10, my boys have used printable student calendar pages to stay engaged and keep a record of our learning fun.
What's In This Free Set of Printable Student Calendar Pages?
This pack includes 29 pages for calendar time fun for kids. These printable pages are awesome additions to a student binder. You'll find:
- Variety page with calendar time activities that can be used as daily pages for your child to color in or circle:
- Today is
- The month is
- The date is
- The year is
- The weather today (with blank for your student to practicing writing the word, too)
- 2 activities for your kids to circle (also fantastic for conversation starters!):
- The weather is
- Today I feel
- Calendar Journal
- Your student will have the opportunity to write in the month and date
- Circle what day of the week Today is, what Yesterday was, and what Tomorrow will be
- Write what year it is
- Draw today's weather
- Circle the current season
- Cut-and-paste calendar activity for Date and Weather
- The month is
- The date is
- The year is
- The season is
- The weather is
- Cut-and-paste calendar activity for
- What month is it?
- What year?
- Today's date is
- What is the weather?
- Today is _____
- Monthly undated calendar with 12 pages for January - December with space to write:
- Today's date is
- Write the year
- Can be used as a monthly planner
- Your student can add any special events or things to celebrate in the space to write
- Undated monthly calendars with 12 pages for January - December that's great for:
- Your student to practice writing numbers and completing calendar chart
- Also, practice writing the name of the season (and then circling the word)
Creative Ideas for Enjoying These Calendar Notebook Pages with Your Kids
There are SO many cool ways that your kids can have learning fun with these printable calendar activities!
I recommended printing these pages on white card stock (for durability). Or print on regular printer paper if you're opting to have multiple copies of each page for your child.
For my boys, I print on cardstock then I place in clear sheet protectors made for 3-ring binders. I pop these pages back-to-back (so printed side is facing out) into a binder and use tabbed dividers to separate.
Your kids can use dry erase markers to complete the calendar activities. For the daily calendar printable pages, simply wipe off at the end of the day and you'll be ready to go the next morning for more learning fun.
At the end of the month, I have my boys directly write on the calendar page as a keepsake and/or to place in their homeschool portfolio.
I suggest storing your printable student calendar pages in a 3-ring binder OR use a hole punch at the top left or right corner of each page. Then, use a large loose leaf binder ring to keep together. The right corner placement works well for kids who use their left hands to write 😉
Older students (like in middle school) can jot down assignments and reminders. And, of course, they can add doodles to the side of the pages.
Make these printable student calendar pages even more fun with:
- Washi tape (use for a super cool decorative border on your laminated pages or sheet protector pages)
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FAQs for Using Calendar Activities in Your Morning Time
Nope! Pick which printable pages you'd like to start with and go from there. I suggest keeping it simple at first and focusing on 2 or 3 calendar activities.
Print this page on white cardstock then laminate. Cut out the pieces along the dotted line (or invite your student to do so). Place small velcro dots on the back of each piece. Place the pieces in envelops or clear sandwich bags. Have your student select the calendar piece for the day and place on the correct portion (What month is it? What year? etc.)
No worries! Use it as an opportunity to talk about the previous days and what was happening. Then, do a quick catch-up.
Get Your Free Pack of Printable Student Calendar Pages
WooHoo! You're on your way to easily boosting your morning time with your students!
This free set of 29 printable student calendar pages is fantastic for learning about and practicing months of the year, seasons, weather, and more.
Print as many of these calendar activities as you need for your personal use, family, class, homeschool co-op, or community event. If you have a friend or co-worker who'd enjoy to have this sort of learning fun, I ask that you please share this post with them. Thank you so much!
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Wishing you tons of learning fun with these printable student calendar pages!