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April 2021 Printable Calendars

april 2021 printable calendars

Hello friends! It’s springtime here, the birds are singing, trees are budding, and the weather is warming up! I hope you have all had a good 2021 and are ready for a new monthly printable calendar !

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For kiddos who need more handwriting and number writing practice, I’ve created a traceable version where they can practice number formation and counting.

I’ve also created one with numbers already printed for students not ready for handwriting, or for students who already know how to write numbers well.

To use the traceable calendar: Have students use a marker or pencil to trace each number, then have student count up to today’s number.

To use the dot calendar: Have students a bingo dabber or small stickers to mark each day as it passes. Have students start back at one and count up to today’s number for counting practice. If they’re ready you might also encourage them to count only odd or even numbers.

Alternate advanced ideas:

Have students create a pattern as they write/mark their dates!

For example write odd numbers in red and even numbers in blue (ABA pattern). For more advanced patterns, use multiple colors to create more patterns.

You can also use stickers to create patterns, for example on day 1 put a star sticker, day 2 a smiley face, day 3 a star, and so on. See below for more pattern ideas.

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Here are a few patterns you can encourage your kiddos to use when working with daily calendars:

  • AAB (i.e.: red, red, blue)
  • ABBA (i.e.: red, blue, blue, red)
  • ABAB (i.e.: red, blue, red, blue)
  • ABC (i.e.: red, blue, green)

There are lots of ways to create patterns, so feel free to get creative with your calendars!

Weather: I’ve also included a small weather graph at the bottom of the monthly calendar as well. Have students either color one square or put an “x” in one square for the appropriate weather each day. At the end of the month compare each weather type to see which type of weather was most/least common.

–>> Download the April 2021 Printable Calendar pages here!

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy these monthly calendars and that they make your homeschool days a little more fun and engaging!

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February 2021 Printable Calendar

february 2021 printable calendar

Happy February friends! I have another freebie for you today, it’s time for my monthly printable calendars! Download the February 2021 FREE Printable Calendars here and add a little fun into your homeschool day. 

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For kiddos who need more handwriting and number writing practice, I’ve created a traceable version where they can practice number formation and counting.

I’ve also created one with numbers already printed for students not ready for handwriting, or for students who already know how to write numbers well.

To use the traceable calendar: Have students use a marker or pencil to trace each number, then have student count up to today’s number.

To use the dot calendar: Have students a bingo dabber or small stickers to mark each day as it passes. Have students start back at one and count up to today’s number for counting practice. If they’re ready you might also encourage them to count only odd or even numbers.

Alternate advanced ideas:

Have students create a pattern as they write/mark their dates!

For example write odd numbers in red and even numbers in blue (ABA pattern). For more advanced patterns, use multiple colors to create more patterns.

You can also use stickers to create patterns, for example on day 1 put a star sticker, day 2 a smiley face, day 3 a star, and so on. See below for more pattern ideas.

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Here are a few patterns you can encourage your kiddos to use when working with daily calendars:

  • AAB (i.e.: red, red, blue)
  • ABBA (i.e.: red, blue, blue, red)
  • ABAB (i.e.: red, blue, red, blue)
  • ABC (i.e.: red, blue, green)

There are lots of ways to create patterns, so feel free to get creative with your calendars!

Weather: I’ve also included a small weather graph at the bottom of the monthly calendar as well. Have students either color one square or put an “x” in one square for the appropriate weather each day. At the end of the month compare each weather type to see which type of weather was most/least common.

–>> Download the February 2021 Printable Calendar pages here!

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy these monthly calendars and that they make your homeschool days a little more fun and engaging!

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November 2020 Free Printable Calendars

november 2020 free printable calendars

Hi everyone! I have a fun freebie for you today! My November 2020 FREE Printable Calendars are ready for download! 

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For kiddos who need more handwriting and number writing practice, I’ve created a traceable version where they can practice number formation and counting.

I’ve also created one with numbers already printed for students not ready for handwriting, or for students who already know how to write numbers well.

To use the traceable calendar: Have students use a marker or pencil to trace each number, then have student count up to today’s number.

To use the dot calendar: Have students a bingo dabber or small stickers to mark each day as it passes. Have students start back at one and count up to today’s number for counting practice. If they’re ready you might also encourage them to count only odd or even numbers.

Alternate advanced ideas:

Have students create a pattern as they write/mark their dates!

For example write odd numbers in red and even numbers in blue (ABA pattern). For more advanced patterns, use multiple colors to create more patterns.

You can also use stickers to create patterns, for example on day 1 put a star sticker, day 2 a smiley face, day 3 a star, and so on. See below for more pattern ideas.

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Here are a few patterns you can encourage your kiddos to use when working with daily calendars:

  • AAB (i.e.: red, red, blue)
  • ABBA (i.e.: red, blue, blue, red)
  • ABAB (i.e.: red, blue, red, blue)
  • ABC (i.e.: red, blue, green)

There are lots of ways to create patterns, so feel free to get creative with your calendars!

Weather: I’ve also included a small weather graph at the bottom of the monthly calendar as well. Have students either color one square or put an “x” in one square for the appropriate weather each day. At the end of the month compare each weather type to see which type of weather was most/least common.

–>> Download the November 2020 Printable Calendar pages here!

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Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy these monthly calendars and that they make your homeschool days a little more fun and engaging!

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Homeschool Lesson Plan Printable

homeschool lesson plan printable

One Page Homeschool Lesson Plan Printable

 

Once we made the decision to homeschool this year, I knew I wanted to make a super simple at-a-glance lesson plan.  I was already overwhelmed with choosing curriculum and I wanted to be able to look at ONE page for all THREE of my children, rather than having different lessons plans for each child.  I  searched online and couldn’t seem to find one that fit my needs nor did I want to pay for one.  So I made my own and decided to share it with you as well!

 

>>> Download the Weekly Homeschool Lesson Plan Printable Here <<<

 

I use a different color of marker for each child and have the combined subjects in black.  I write all three children’s lessons  for each subject using their assigned color.  This way I can quickly look to see the lessons for each subject.  If you have more than 3 children, this might get to be too tight (or you might have to write extremely small) so I would recommend this printable for 3 or fewer children.

 

I keep this form at the front of my “Homeschooling Headquarters” binder where I also keep daily attendance, standards, and other important documents.  Once we finish the week, I move the lesson plan page to a separate tab so I will have a record of all of the teaching and learning for the year.  In our state, we do not have to turn in any documentation but I want to keep these old lesson plan pages just in case anything were to be called into question.

 

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*Please note that our writing curriculum just arrived (I am going through it now) and I still have not received our math curriculum as it is delayed, so I do not have detailed plans for those subjects yet.

 

**Also note, I did not include art, music, physical education, or any added subjects in our lesson plans.  These subjects will be taught very sporadically (and most likely organically in the context of our other subject) throughout the year.  The purpose of this document is to outline the predictable learning that will take place every day.