An Undated, Dated Calendar
This calendar is educational in a way. It is a monthly calendar and it has no numbers, however; it is dated.
Each month will have the right amount of date blocks in the proper places. The child should write the dates in the correct block, basically beginning with number one in the first block and writing numbers in sequence, across then down, until the blocks are filled.
The child could also write the month and year, which is already noted on each month, and draw a seasonal picture on each month. Optionally, holidays could be noted. This calendar can potentially (depending on child's age) add to skills and knowledge in language arts, math, social studies, and drawing.
The Files - Contains all 12 Months - 1 Month per Page
One of the Months Filled in with Dates and Decorated
Drawing at DonnaYoung.org
Printable lessons that I made for my children and you may print them from my website. Purpose of lessons: To learn to see as an artist sees and apply that skill to drawing. To be more specific, to recognize the size, shape, position/direction of lines, dots, circles, etc. in a defined space.
Drawing with Children Lesson One [in Art > Books]
Once drawing is going fairly well, a student studies other aspects of drawing such as texture and shading, for instance, as well as perspective and the principles of composition.
More Calendars at DonnaYoung.org
Lesson Planner with Calendar Border
In Homeschool Planner
In the Art section
A Fragmentary Account The unique one-line-a-day journal