February Calendar Cards

I am a day late, but there’s a good reason.  I wasn’t planning on using any special cards in our calendar this month.  Last month we used our Baby Animal Calendar Cards and my daughter loved them.  When she walked in the schoolroom today and saw my boring numbers she was highly disappointed and asked me where the fun cards were. She told me she wanted some animals with hearts for Valentine’s Day. Thankfully I had some clipart I used for the Valentine’s Day Q-tip Printables that I knew would work and I whipped some new cards up for her!

In case you want to use them I thought I would share, even if it is already February 1.

 February Calendar Cards

Download your FREE February Calendar Cards here!

 

Here’s another set from Homeschool Creations which you might like better!

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See more Valentine’s Day Ideas here!

Valentine's Day Printables and Ideas

 

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Calendar Notebook Covers

Do you need a cover for your Calendar Notebook? We have some simple printable Calendar Notebook Covers to share with you today! Choose a fun block font for younger kids, or a pretty cursive font for older kids.  Both have 4 seasonal graphics to color to make your calendar notebook cover beautiful!

Calendar Notebook Covers

We shared two different printable 2015 calendars for kids recently and these covers would be great for those, or for any Calendar Notebook you have created!

Since we had a rough and busy last semester, I didn’t even do any calendar with Ladybug, which saddens me since it is so fun and meaningful in Kindergarten.  All of that is changing next week.  She has a new Calendar Notebook, with printables from our tracing calendar and our basic calendar notebook.  I will share her new set up very soon! 

See our Trace & Color Calendar for Kids

Color and Trace Printable 2015 Calendar for Kids

 

See our Dot Paint Calendar for Kids

Dot Paint 2015 Calendar for Kids

 

Here’s our other Calendar Notebook printables…

Daily Calendar Notebook

Download your Calendar Notebook Covers here!

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Dot Fun 2015 Calendar for Kids

Last week we shared our new Color & Trace 2015 Calendar for Kids.  Some kids aren’t ready for tracing but would enjoy having a calendar of their own.  I created this dot version for those kids! Use dot paint, or dot stickers, or simply color in the dots each day!

Dot Paint 2015 Calendar for Kids

Learning ideas to go along with these printables ~

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  • 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.
  • 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!

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

Download your free 2015 Dot Fun Calendar for Kids here!


Looking for more calendar fun?

2015 Color and Trace Calendar for Kids is great for kids who are tracing!

Color and Trace Printable 2015 Calendar for Kids

 

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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Color and Trace Printable 2015 Calendar for Kids

2015 Printable Color and Trace Calendar for Kids



Looking for an easy way to work on calendar math with your child?  Our new color and trace printable 2015 calendar for kids provides a simple, low prep way to do this.  Print 12 pages, staple them together or put the in a binder and you are set!

Learning ideas to go along with these printables ~

Printable Calendar for Kids

  • 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!

Download your free 2015 Color and Trace Calendar for Kids here!


Looking for more calendar fun?

Add these printables to our Calendar Notebook printables!

Daily Calendar Notebook

 

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

Calendar Time Ideas and Printables

 

Here’s our Calendar Connections for more fun learning!

Calendar Connections Set 1

Calendar Connections ~ Pond and River Life

It has been a long time since we have had a new set of Calendar Connections cards! My wonderful friend Shannon took a break but she is back with a new set and plans for more in the near future! She writes the Calendar Connections cards for us, I design and host them. We have a new Pond and River Theme Calendar Set for you!

Pond Theme Calendar Connections



The facts are written at a 3-6th grade level but you will be able to water them down for younger kids. It’s a great way to involve your entire family in exploring a particular theme.

NOTE: these do NOT print front to back, only the premium design does. These are the original cards, which we still offer for free. You can see an example of the bundled set here! We do not have a pond premium set yet.


The cards fit my particular pocket chart calendar. I put the image cards in the pockets backwards and flip each day We either keep the information cards in a folder or behind the image card and pull it out on the correct day to read it.

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You could use a poster foam board and velcro to easily create your own set up. You could also use a standard pocket chart.


I am now creating smaller sets to go along with the small pocket charts found in the Target $1 section. Be sure to visit this post for a tutorial of how to sew your $1 pocket chart into a calendar!

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There is also a new sheet included to be used in a Calendar Notebook if you are using those too!

I printed my numbers on cardstock and laminated them before cutting them apart.

You can download these for FREE here!


You can use most of our Calendar Connections cards for any month! We now have 14 sets to choose from, and we will still be adding more too!

Calendar Connections Set 1

We are taking suggestions for upcoming themes.  Leave suggestions in the comments!