You’ll be able to fit everything on this free printable blank monthly calendar for 2019-2020. It’s ideal for school year organization.
Organization is critical in our house. Our complicated calendar needs to schedule: three kids who go to two different schools with their holidays and after-school activities and lessons, a baby with well child checks and immunizations, a husband who travels almost every week, date nights, and many play dates, coffees and lunches, and much more.
Other moms who are over to our house seem to have an “ah-ha” moment when they spot our giant calendar; the light bulb goes on and they say this is another reason I’m Super Mom. (Basically it’s the only reason I keep it together.) Several people have asked me for the file so they can use my system, so I want to share it with all of the other super moms.
It’s a totally blank printable; it’s not location- or religious-based so that you can customize the holidays that you celebrate. I’ve added icons that you can print on sticker paper and cut out because it’s easier not to write everything out multiple times. (Or use the “Print and Cut” feature on your Cricut or other cutting machine.)
Tip: Use a different color of marker for each family member so you don’t have to write their name multiple times. It gives you more space and makes the calendar more visually appealing. I love the Stabilo Fineliner Pens and have used them for years.
I need a GIANT blank calendar with lots of space, not a pretty one. I designed a printable blank calendar to fit on A3 paper. It cost $13 to print in black and white on heavy paper at my local print shop. I punch holes in it, then hang it on Command Hooks so two months are displayed at a time in our kitchen.
Free Calendar Stickers to print
Included in the free blank printable monthly calendar file are icons for important events – houseguests, travel, doctor and dental appointments, coffee and lunch dates, birthday parties, date nights, concerts or music lessons, haircuts, school events and vacation, and days off work. (Please contact me if you’d like a custom icon created! I’m happy to add to the bank.)
Mark a fever on the calendar to ensure it’s under control or to judge when to take the child to the doctor. Track migraines. Remember baby’s first tooth, lost teeth and tooth fairy visits. Don’t forget a language lesson, swimming lesson or football game. Be sure to track when you have time off work which corresponds with the school holiday schedule
Tip: Use the blank space above the days of the week to list what the kids need to pack in their school bag each day. My kids need to remember gym bags and library books (usually on different days for each kid) so I create a header each month listing what they need to ensure mornings run more smoothly.
We use our calendar as a scrapbook. The baby got her 1st tooth? It goes on the calendar. She’s saying a new word? On the calendar. First sleepover for the oldest? On the calendar. The toddler is saying something in an especially cute way? You guessed it. Later, I simply fold the page in half, put it in a page protector, and keep it in a binder for a long-term memory book. (More on that another time.)
“If it’s not on the calendar, it’s not happening,” I tell my husband.
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