Free 2019-2020 Calendar Printable
Today I wanted to share our (latest) free calendar printable, 2019-2020. This free calendar printable covers 20 months (January 2019 through August 2020).
It starts in January 2019 and includes the 2019-2020 school year through August 2020.
Note: The FREE January 2020 to August 2021 Calendar is now available!!
I like having a calendar that includes the holidays, the change in seasons, and things like day light saving which is why I’ve been making my own printable and update it from time-to-time!!
You can print out the full pages, but sometimes I print 2 or 4 per-page as well. I keep those for quick reference in my homeschool planner (and people who glance at my planner often really love those!). Anyway, I just mention that in case it might be helpful for you too.
I wanted to share this free calendar printable (with the latest months through Aug. 2020 before I forget!!). Hope they’re helpful… and Happy New Year! ? ~Liesl
REMEMBER: You’ll find the FREE 2020-2021 School Year Calendar at this post:
Ready to get back into a new Homeschool Routine? Don’t miss these tips for How to Start Homeschooling After the Holidays:
You might also interested in some of the other free resources we have on the blog:
If you are still in the Planning Stages of your Homeschool Year, you might want to check out this free resource:
Homeschool Planning for Next Year (Free Planning Pages): Homeschool Vision Planner
I shared these free Homeschool Planning Pages that I use as I try to figure out our long-range homeschooling goals. This post shares share the process I go through as I plan out the next year… I shared the planning pages that I’ve been using the past few years. I like having colorful planning pages to work on. This isn’t really a weekly/monthly planner, but rather a homeschool vision planner. This 30+-page pdf is currently FREE to download! Let me know if it’s helpful! ~Liesl
You might also be interested in these FREE Homeschool Curriculum Resource Guides:
If you are looking for more practical homeschooling tips, you might be interested in our Homeschool Planning Series with tips on Creating Your Homeschool Curriculum. We have three (of four) free resource guides available for K-1, Grades 2-3 and Grades 4-5. and the Grade 6-8 Resource Guide.
Creating a Homeschool Curriculum: Kindergarten, Grade 1 This FREE 50-page Resource Guide has been created to answer some basic questions: What subjects should I cover? Where do I start? How do I know what to teach? It offers topics, units and hands-on activity ideas that might appeal to your kids.
Creating a Homeschool Curriculum Grades 2-3 FREE 30-page Resource Guide
This guide is a starting point for choosing the material you might want to cover in your homeschool. What subjects, units and topics should you cover in Grades 2 and 3? Where do I start? This resource guide will offer suggestions on what topics and hands-on activities might be engaging for your kids at this age.
And be sure to visit our Hands-On Homeschooling Page with dozens and dozens of engaging activity ideas you can do with your kids!
or this Homeschool Teaching Strategies post and download this free printable:
Here are some other useful Homeschooling Posts:
- Starting to Homeschool – This page has links to dozens and dozens of posts: How to find a homeschool curriculum? What about socialization? How do I know what to teach the kids? What does a homeschool day look like? How do I start homeschooling my preschooler?
- Starting to Homeschool: Where to Start
- Thoughts on Teaching: Getting Organized
- Here are some projects and activities we enjoyed for early elementary science. Here is a similar post with 20 science activities for Early Elementary.
And, the science resource page above gives you links (and pictures) with some projects we’ve done along the way.
And here are some of the science topics I hope to cover K-8 in science: Homeschool Science Unit Checklist – K to Grade 8.
There is also a Language Arts Resource Page with dozens of free grammar pages (comma rules and practice, their/they’re/there, apostrophes and quotation marks and more!!), writing resources, and various fun spelling packets we’ve made along the way.
Also this post shares some of the language arts curriculum we use for grammar, spelling, etc.:
The homeschooling community (online and off) is amazing. Be sure to find a network of homeschoolers to encourage you in the hard moments!! We’d love to see you over in our free Homeschool Den Chat Facebook Group!
See you again soon here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page! You might also want to check out some of our resources pages above (such as our Science, Language Arts, or History Units Resource Pages) which have links to dozens of posts. You might want to join our free Homeschool Den Chat Facebook group. Don’t forget to check out Our Store as well. Happy Homeschooling, everyone!! ~Liesl
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