Monday, April 23, 2012

More Calendar Notebook Pages

I’ve got some more calendar pages to share…

Calendar pages for 2013, both blank and with the date to trace.

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I’ve added a new Write the Date page to make the dates in the right format for Americans.  There are two pages, one with a separate column for ordinal numbers as in the original download, and one with that column removed and the ordinal numbers included in the last column.  Click the images below to see what I’m referring to.  Aussies really have to know the date both ways and be able to recognise what format is being used, I still get confused sometimes.  Easy enough if the date is 21/04, but if it is 05/04 you have to think about whether it is referring to April or May.

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I’ve also added a new temperature page so that you can record the temperature in Fahrenheit.   I realise that the temperature could get colder or hotter than what’s listed on this page but I think this will serve most users perfectly well.  (ETA: There was an error with this page, it’s now been corrected, the link will take you to the corrected file.)

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Click here to download these pages and the original calendar notebook printables.  Hope this helps some of you!

38 comments:

  1. Thanks for the updates!!! This is great.

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  2. I found this on Pinterest today and love it!! I want to use it in my classroom next year. Thank you so much for the free downloads. I will be your newest follower!

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Heather! I'm glad you will be able to use these.

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  3. Thank you!! These are great!!

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    1. Great, I'm glad you can use them, Debbie!

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    2. Anonymous04 May, 2013

      Are these pages editable? I want to use them next year but I will need 2014. Love this notebook!!!

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  4. Krista Kelly24 May, 2012

    I can't seem to find where to download the original calendar pages from.

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  5. Hi Krista, the post with the original download is here:

    http://www.ouraussiehomeschool.com/2012/03/calendar-notebook.html

    You can also find it by clicking on the Printables page at the top of the blog, I hope to add more printables soon!

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  6. Thanks so much for these! I am getting things ready for my youngest's K year in the fall and will use these. I repinned these a while ago and am just now getting around to printing them.

    Oh yes, and thanks for making US-friendly pages! :)

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    1. You're welcome, Brenda. I was hoping the US versions would be of use to somebody!

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  7. Anonymous02 June, 2012

    Thank you so much for all your hard work! We will be using these at our home! :)

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  8. Thank you so much for your calendar notebook pages and the updates :)

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  9. You're the best! Thanks!

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  10. Your date comments made me giggle - I came to the States from England and have the exact opposite problem with the 'backward' dates - thanks for the smile :0)

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  11. Thank You for your printables :)

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  12. I love your calendar notebook printables. I am a special ed. teacher and will be implementing a calendar notebook this year. I have been searching for an all encompassing notebook and came to the right place. I found you link on Pinterest. Thanks, Tami

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    1. Great, Tami, I'm glad these will work for you!

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  13. Hi Sheryll, I teach Kindergarten at a little school at my church, and am excited to make these into morning work notebooks for the littles. Thank you so much!

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  14. Sheryll, these resources have given me lots of ideas for my first graders this year. I hope to use your notebooks during centers. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Ashley

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  15. thank you so much! i am excited to use this for my K4 little boy :) the only thing is, and maybe something is wonky on my end---but it wont print march for me! {the number tracer page} it prints the page that has your little note on it and the january example. anyone else have that problem? i have all the other months printed out
    thanks again for this great resource
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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    1. Hi Kelly, I haven't had anyone else report this problem, and I just tried it myself without any issues. Maybe re-download? Does it happen when you print just that page only? Let me know if it still isn't working for you.

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  16. Just discovered your great site searching for calendar notebook pages. Thanks for sharing and saving this busy mama's time!

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  17. This is awesome! Such a great variation to traditional calendar math. I am returning to 1st grade after being in intermediate for many years and I was dreading the idea of calendar math as it was done when I graduated many moons ago. This is a breath of fresh air....thanks!

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  18. thank you this is wonderful! i have also added a phone number trace page for my daughter. when she knows the number we'll do our address.

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  19. Your calendar pages are amazing thanks for sharing with the world.

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  20. This calendar book is amazingly helpful. THANK YOU! ...good idea on the phone number and address page.
    -Melissa

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  21. Thank you very very much for sharing these gorgeous printable!

    Have nice day
    Chiara from Italy

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  22. I just wanted to leave a thank you for making these available for print. You have so many great ideas and printable pages. Thank You! I can't wait to start using these with my son on Monday.

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  23. LOVE these! Thank you for sharing your creations. BTW, your children are adorable!

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  24. Anonymous13 May, 2013

    WOW! Thank you for sharing these with us. I really appreciate your kindness :-)

    These are exactly what I've been dreaming of putting together~!

    Rebecca

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  25. These are so wonderful! Thank you so much!! I am excited to use this with my rising Kindergartener this next year! I was wondering if you maybe had a blank calendar template - or plans to create 2014. Again, thank you so much :)

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  26. Thank you for the calendar notebook and additional US pages. I have been searching for a "planner" for my rising 1st grader...this will be great. Much appreciated.
    Blessings!

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  27. Thanks so much for this! We are a first time homeschooling family with twins who are starting 3rd and a 1st grader.. I can use this for all 3 and slightly tweak it for the older girls!

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  28. Thank you so much for sharing! I am an "Old" 2nd grade teacher always looking for new ideas. This is so refreshing after many years of a traditional calendar time. I'm excited to try this this coming year and feel it will help all students be engaged during "calendar time".

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  29. Are you planning to make any for 2014? These are awesome!!!

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    1. Hi Shannon, hopefully you already found these, but the calendars for 2014 can be found here:

      http://www.ouraussiehomeschool.com/2013/06/calendars-for-2014.html

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