Printable calendars in colour and black and white – can use any year as children can fill in dates and year.
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Calendar Australia - Black and white (Sample)
Calendar Australia - Sunday First - Black and white (Sample)
Calendar Australia - Sunday First (Sample)
Calendar Australia (Sample)
Printable Calendar Australia - Black And White
Printable Calendar Australia - Sunday First
Printable Calendar Australia - Sunday First - Black and white
Printable Calendar Ireland - Black and white
Printable Calendar Ireland - Sunday First
Printable Calendar Ireland - Sunday First - Black and white
Printable Calendar U.K. - Black and white
Printable Calendar U.K. - Sunday First
Printable Calendar U.K. - Sunday First - Black and white
Printable Calendar U.S - Sunday First
Printable Calendar U.S. - Sunday First - Black and white
Printable Calendars U.S. - Black and white
I would print off US ones and Australian ones to compare which months in each hemisphere have which seasons e.g. June would be Summer in US and Winter in Australia.
Comment by Archived Message on March 16, 2013 at 9:36 am Log in to Reply
We count the days we’ve been at school on a calendar on the wall. I would run off these for the children to keep their own record. That is, after filling in the dates, they would write the number of days we’ve been together as a class in the space left in the square. This gives them practice in writing the numbers in sequence, and counting to 100. We go up to 100 and celebrate the 100th day. Then we start again from 1. When there are only 50 days left in the school year, we start a countdown from 50 to practise the backwards sequence. Having their own copy would allow them the practice in writing it themselves, after starting at the beginning of the sequence and counting aloud from our wall calendar up to the current day..
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 1:54 am Log in to Reply
Our Special Education class has 6 children with varying abilities. We have a folder for each student with activities that suit each individual. The higher achieving students use the calendar on a daily basis to mark off the day of the week each morning. We also use the calendar to teach the days of the week and celebrations such as Easter, birthdays and Christmas.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 5:41 am Log in to Reply
This would make a good lesson for teaching students about the many things that happen during a month. At the start of each month students can be given a copy of that month and they write in the dates. Then, once this task has been completed, students can fill in class birthdays for the month and any other things like school holidays. The teacher can also advise students about days they need to remember things for and these can be written in. This way students can be well informed about expectations and happenings for the month and keep track of what is happening. Of course, this would work best from year 2 onwards.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 5:42 am Log in to Reply
I would use this as a gift for parents at the end of the year by attaching photos and artworks done by their children . I would also use it in class to detail upcoming events for students to see.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 5:56 am Log in to Reply
I would distribute this calender format to every child to teach several things. The first main purpose would be for children to record and number each day they are at school for the entire year. Every day with the new number we would brainstorm as a class, ways we can make this number (eg: If the children had been at school for 39 days, we would make equations such as 40-1=39 or 30+9=39) This is teaching children basic facts and strategies, and is a great activity as it can be manipulated for many different year groups. The calender can also be used to teach many other early childhood concepts such as months of the year,weather and how many days in each month, and can also be used for middle/upper childhood to show other curriculum areas such as time management, and weather trends over time.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 5:57 am Log in to Reply
I would print these for each student to record each day, date of the week as well as my wall one. this would reinforce days and dates, months and seasons. For year 1/2/3 i would use them as a diary and record homework, events etc. I also would use this to design our own mothers and fathers day calendars would back onto A3 card with students photo on top.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 6:23 am Log in to Reply
Print each month and fill in the details (I like to use velcro). Create a plus shaped ‘lift the flap’ activity for last week, next week, yesterday, tomorrow to help chn become familiar with the calendar’s patterns. eg 14th is shown, last week would be the 7th, next week 21st, yesterday 13th etc.
Comment by Archived Message on March 19, 2013 at 9:32 am Log in to Reply
I would like the calendar to be editable so the numbers were done by computer rather than by hand to make it look professional. I like the bright and happy colours.
Comment by Helena on December 17, 2015 at 4:29 am Log in to Reply
We’ve created it like this so that it can be used every year – plus it is good practice for the kiddies to write in the numbers each day 🙂
Comment by Donna Cox on December 28, 2015 at 5:28 am
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