Free 2022-2023 Calendar Printable
Are you looking for a free printable 2022-2023 Calendar that includes holidays, seasons, day light savings, etc.?
Be sure to grab our free printable 2022-2023 calendar!
Today I wanted to share our (latest) free calendar printable for the 2022-2023 school year. This free calendar printable covers 20 months (January 2022 through August 2023).
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 for years!
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 (free) 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.
This free printable calendar goes from January 2022 through the end of the 2022-2023 school year.
Hope these come in handy! ~Liesl
Click on the green link or the 2022-2023 calendar picture below to download this PDF:
Calendar 2022-2023 School Year – Free Printable
UPDATE! I think there’s a typo for June 2023 in the version above. You can grab the newest calendar with a corrected/edited June 2023 here: Printable Calendar 2023-2024 School Year
Click here to save this for later on Pinterest
You might also interested in some of the other free resources we have on the blog:
Recently I made a new spring 2022 Homeschool Planner (FREE!) (It might be useful even if you are not a homeschooler!). I will probably make another one next fall. I’ve been using this a TON! If you think it might be helpful you can find it here:
I also have a Fall 2022 Homeschool Planner that I will share sometime in the summer. Feel free to email me if you’re interested!). It’s done, I just haven’t shared in on the blog yet. ~Liesl
We have a FREE Homeschool Planner and Discovery Journal This is a 100+ page Homeschool Planner printable that I made & added to over the years. Hope it’s helpful!
We also have a free printable Homeschool Planner in Booklet (half-page) Style. That’s what I tend to use these days. I fold the pages in half and bind them along the left side. I have a Spiral coil binding machine (affiliate link) that I use ALL the time for various homeschool printables and booklets I’ve made for the kids. (See the picture below.)
I hope this is helpful!! ~Liesl
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
Free Homeschool Planning Pages (Homeschool Vision Planner)
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.
Creating Your Homeschool Curriculum – Grade 4-5 FREE Resource Guide
I probably need to update this as I have two kids in high school now! 🙂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:
- Our Homeschool Resources – This post will help you find some of the (hundreds!) of free resources we have available on the blog. If you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you’ll find a long list of our homeschool freebies!
- 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?
- If you are transitioning from School to Homeschool, you might want to check out this post:
- Homeschool Supplies and Science Supply List: This post includes a free printable list of basic homeschooling supplies and science materials that you might want to have on hand. This list covers everything from office supplies & art materials to math manipulatives and science materials we have used in our homeschool through the years.
And, the science resource page above gives you links (and pictures) with some projects we’ve done along the way.
Ready to get back into a new Homeschool Routine? Don’t miss these tips for How to Start Homeschooling After the Holidays:
And here are some of the science topics I hope to cover K-8 in science: Homeschool Science Unit Checklist – K to Grade 8.
We’ve made our way through time in history. This is a history checklist of topics I hope we cover K-8 — and the history tab might give you some ideas if your kids have a particular interest.
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!
You might be interested in some of our BUNDLES:
Earth Science BUNDLE
Big Animal BUNDLE, for early elementary
Biology BUNDLE, for late elementary & middle school
Some of this material we even used in high school for Biology! It includes a unit on 1) Cell Unit – plant and animal cells, eukaryotes vs. prokaryotes, and includes lapbook pieces, an organelle game and more (because we first did this unit when the kids were in elementary. I’ve added to it a lot as we’ve covered the material every couple of years so it’s suitable for a range of ages 2) Scientific Classification and Taxonomy – an introduction to taxonomy and why it’s important and an in-depth look at animal classification for upper elementary/middle school and up 3) Botany Unit – the plant kingdom, plant classification, parts of a seed, parts of a flower, carnivorous plants mini-unit 4) Biology Unit – a study of ecology – biomes, ecosystems, animal relationships, food chains and the food web 5) Ocean Unit – a study of oceanography, marine habitats, layers of the ocean, features of the ocean floor and more 5) Pathogens – a study of bacteria & viruses, parasites, protozoa, fungi and prions. (My 8th grader did this unit this year and absolutely loved it!
Human Body BUNDLE
Both the Skeletal System Unit and the Digestive System Unit have a lot of fun hands-on activities. We did these units several times over the years… leaning more towards hands-on activities when they were younger and then going into more detail when they were older.
Our Spelling BUNDLE currently consists of 8 pdfs. Pictures are provided below! 1. Long A & Long I Packet; 2. Long E Packet; 3. ou/ow oy/oi au/aw Packet; 4. /er/ Sound Packet; 5. /k/ Sound Packet; 6. /ul/ Sound Packet; 7. ie/ei Words Packet; 8. Plurals – add -s or -es These packets are also sold separately. See this spelling page for more details.
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