I’ve gotten several requests from readers lately asking about academic calendars and/or a free printable attendance record. Most recently, I received the following sweet message:
I know this school year just ended but I can’t wait to get next year’s academic calendar!!! I’ve been using them for the last 2 years and I LOVE THEM!! Please post soon!!!
Passionately Serving the Lord!!
Well, I sent Amy a link the same day I got her letter, so she could download the calendar she was looking for. But I thought I’d let the rest of my readers know that it’s available, too:
I’d actually published all my *UPDATED* 2020 calendars back in January. But I had not yet added them to our free printables page. That oversight has now been remedied, so check it out!
I also received a request recently for a free printable attendance record. For years, I’ve just used an academic calendar like the one pictured above to keep track of our school days. But it sounded like this reader was looking for a dedicated form, so here’s what I came up with:
Didn’t that turn out pretty? Although I don’t personally use this printable for tracking school attendance, I have started using it for monitoring my progress on other goals. That’s because both these charts make great habit trackers, too.
To use either for that purpose, just print out the one you want, then mark each day you successfully meet your goal. Once you’ve completed whatever good habit you are trying to build (or avoided whatever bad habit you’re attempting to break for a full 24 hours), check off the box for that date. How long can you go without breaking your success streak?
If you like the idea of using a chart for such a purpose, you’ll be glad to hear I have more styles to choose from. To download my full assortment of FREE habit trackers for the current year, just follow this link.