For the next spring calendar is going to be flowers. I just love flowers. They are always something beautiful and always changing.
Flowers are very much apart of spring. I picked a few of my favorites for this calendar. The pattern set I picked tulip and daffodil. They are some of the first flowers out during the spring. This calendar set goes well with the Flower Learning Pack.
I have been saying you can use this more than just a calendar. I thought today I would show you how. I printed 6 pages per paper and cut them out. I gave them to my middle to sort even and odd. You can review what numbers are even: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 and odd: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.
You can have them put the cards in order from 1 to 31. They can also look at the pattern as they do the set. Each calendar has different patterns.
One final activity I thought I would show you is sorting the pattern flowers. Since each set uses a different pattern you can sort by the type. After you sort them look to see which has the bigger number. You can count and see how many more there are in the tulip than daffodil.
Graphics purchased from Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles.
What you will Find in these Flower Calendar printables:
Flower Calendar Set: Days of the weeks, May, June, 2014, 2015, and 1 to 31 numbers (3×3).
Flower Pattern Calendar: May, June, 2014, 2015, and 1 to 31 numbers (3×3).
Flower Single Page Calendar: 6 pages of May, June, 2014 – color pattern, trace and color number
Things we plan on using with these calendar printables:
I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do! Here is a schedule of calendar Themes and the Month that will be coming out:
- May: Ocean & BBQ
- July: Summer & Beach
I trying to put them out so you can use them the following month! This list may change and things change, but I hope to keep up with this over the next few months.
Here are some other free calendar printables:
- Calendar Connection from 1+1+1=1
- Calendar Printables from Royal Baloo
- Calendar Morning Board from Homeschool Creations
- Calender Time from Mama Jenn
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