Good morning to all you kindergarten teachers out there! I have another fun free kindergarten printable worksheet for you today! To help Tinker Bell with her number writing practice, I created some blank printable seasonal calendar worksheets.

kindergarten seasonal calendar worksheets

–> Click here to download the Kindergarten Monthly Calendar Worksheets <–

(Downloading: If you have troubles downloading, RIGHT click on the download link and select “SAVE LINK AS”. You will then be prompted to save the file to your computer.)

I only show a few calendars above, but this download includes 17 different calendar choices!  While I am located in the United States, I know I have several international followers as well so I created calendar themes that will fit the needs of everyone no matter your location. (Or at least I tried to anyway! Let me know if you need a different image and I’ll try to accommodate.)


How do you use the Monthly Calendar Printables?

Each month I pick a new Calendar based on our season, and have her write in the number for each day. I keep the calendar worksheet in her math workbox and so she just adds a new number every morning. On Mondays she adds the numbers for the prior Saturday and Sunday to her page. When that month is completed, we pull out a new month worksheet and start all over!

These monthly calendar worksheets great practice writing numbers, counting, and also helps them get used to seeing a calendar, and noting what day today is, what yesterday was, and what tomorrow will be. And even what month of the year it is.


I hope you enjoy the Kindergarten Monthly Calendar Worksheets!

These activities are part of my K4 Curriculum geared towards kindergartners. If you have a preschooler you might want to check out my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities.

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  1. Dear Erica- I ordered your K4 curriculum for the second time recently. This is the second time the CD is not reading for me, my computer tells me it is blank? I also purchased the Letter of the week curriculum and I have no problems with it.
    Can you advise?

  2. Thank you so much for not having the names of the months on the calendars! Here in the Southern Hemisphere, January hits the scorching 100s, so having things with snowflakes on it is fairly confusing for my four year old.

  3. Thank you so much.
    As a first year Kindergarten teacher with little in the way of budget at my school, and nothing in the way of time, I really appreciate that you have made these freely available.
    I am adding one to the homework pack I am sending home with my students for winter break.

  4. Thank you so much for this calendar. We are moving, somewhat unexpectedly, mid-year to another state and I have the privilege of homeschooling my children for a few months. However, I’m scrambling to put good, solid work together and I came across your website…and you are giving this planner away for free!! Thank you for your generosity.

  5. Do you still have the calendars with the traceable numbers? I purchased the kindergarten book with the hope they were in the bundle. They appeared to be in bundle picture. My 4&5 year old are just learning to write numbers so I was hoping for the traceable version.

    tristan kitch

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