This is my calendar no. 50. It is the basic calendar for the 50 series. Here you see the version for February 2024. This classic monthly calendar has an economical, all-purpose format.
It’s free! To print this calendar, let me guide you through a few questions that will help you find the configuration best suited to your habits. Start just below the image and get on the right track to printing your new calendar...
There’s a lot to do around the house, and everyone has to contribute. Make a note of everyone’s chores on a calendar, and highlight in color those tasks that have been completed. It’s important to get children involved by giving them age-appropriate chores and remembering to give positive reinforcement when everything is done well and on time.
Set a good example for your students by printing out a free lesson planning calendar. You can simply show your students the dates of fun activities or keep them on their toes for upcoming deadlines. Of course, don’t forget to include the date of the next vacation!
Managing your priorities
As your to-do list grows, it’s important to prioritize. To do this, use a calendar. Write down what you have to do and assign numbers to each task. Now all you have to do is get them done in the right order.
Despite my best efforts to provide you with perfect calendars, errors do occasionally creep in. Please let me know.