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Preschool printable calendars to use in your home or your preschool.
There are two preschool printable calendars featured on this page. One
is a blank calendar you can customize and the other calendar has
suggested preschool activities. Add your own notes or stickers. For a
printable sticker page, see my sticker behavior charts page.
Print this Preschool printable calendar - blank or Preschool printable calendar - with activities. (Requires a PDF file reader such
as Adobe Acrobat Reader).
Ideas on using these preschool printable calendars.
Preschool calendars get little ones on the path to understanding
numbers, seasons, months and days. Print out a new calendar for each
month, circling the current month
and showing your child how to write the correct month's name. Keep all
the calendars on a bulletin board or in a binder so your preschooler
can see the progression of the year.
- Preschool calendars are very helpful in teaching preschoolers about the seasons and months of the year.
If you have multiple preschoolers, let each one mark his or her own
special day with a sticker or by coloring in the date's square. Use the
calendar to discuss seasonal weather, holidays and personal activities,
like doctor and dentist appointments.
- Customize each preschool calendar with your preschooler's birthday and special days.
At a glance, he can see his activities on each calendar.
- Assign a color to each preschooler.
Let them each decorate their own calendar. If they are practicing their
numbers, show them how to write the dates in the correct places (too
advanced for many preschoolers).
- Print out a calendar for each preschooler.
Or use printable reward charts or printable charts for kids.
- Let each preschooler celebrate personal successes on their printable calendar with stickers, etc.
Letting older kids help the younger, preschool aged kids fill out the
calendars is a great exercise for both groups. You can also use the
preschool calendar to teach about caring for others, pointing out other
children's birthday, etc.
- Preschool calendars can easily be adjusted for older kids, too.
Use the preschool calendar to announce the month and surround it with
seasonal decorations. Start with just the calendar, for example, and
have the children help you add a seasonal decoration each day to the
display to teach the holidays and nuances of each season.
- Use preschool calendars in a larger display.
Each day have a preschooler mark off or add a sticker to the current
day. Place a large bright sticker on the date you are counting down to.
This gives your preschoolers a visual display of the passage of the
- Use preschool calendars to count down to a special day.
At the end of each month, send home the calendars as a record of what
was completed that month. Make notes to parents for individual child,
- Use preschool printable calendars to keep track of individual preschoolers' as well as classroom achievements.
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Colleen Langenfeld is a mother with over 29 years of parenting experience and helps other busy moms around the globe at www.paintedgold.com.
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