Some of my most popular and often-requested resources are my free printable calendars. Hardly a week goes by that I don’t get at least 3-4 emails asking if next year’s calendar is ready yet.
So in an effort to make my calendars a little easier to find, I’m collecting all those links on this page for easy access. I offer several different styles to choose from, all of which I’ve been using myself for decades: different calendars for different purposes.
If none of these designs suit your needs perfectly, then I suggest you consult Canva. Create a free account, then chose from dozens of different calendar templates to design your own.
Year-at-a-Glance Calendar Archives
I originally designed this Year-at-a-Glance calendar for my husband, who wanted a one-page method for keeping track of his call days at the hospital. But it also proves helpful in calculating due dates when you’re pregnant! Or you can use it as a habit tracker to keep tabs on which days you exercise, stick to your diet, read aloud, or work on any other kind of long-term goal.
Scrapbooking Calendar Archives
I began using hand-drawn calendars in my scrapbooking way back in junior high, a practice I’ve continued for more than four decades now. I fill them out, make color copies, and glue them in each of our 12 kids’ scrapbooks. The calendars provide a great family history, help me get photos and mementos in chronological order, and ensure each child has a sample of my handwriting, without my having to journal on each and every page.
When I started this blog, I decided to share my scrapbooking calendars in hopes that my readers might like them as well. And did that ever prove to be a smart move! I’ve heard from so many fans who eagerly await each new year’s rendition — teachers who post these calendars in their classroom, moms who tape them on the fridge, writers who use them for micro-journaling. Maybe you’ll find a completely new use for them…
Monthly Calendar Page Archives
This is the calendar I use for jotting down appointments, birthdays, extra curricular activities, play dates, vacation plans, etc. It’s minimalist in design, but that just leaves more room for writing. I keep the full year’s worth in my notebook.
This school year calendar can double as an attendance record. Use it to keep track of school holidays, lesson plans, field trips, unit studies, sick days, etc.
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