Calendar Worksheet: Year 2011-2012

Calendar Worksheet: Year 2011-2012

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Calendar Worksheet: Year 2011-2012
This printout is called 'Calendar Worksheet: Year 2011-2012' and was first introduced by Scholastic, and is also available on their website. The 12-page worksheet offers printable calendars for every month starting July 2011 through to June 2012 with important dates and holidays (specific for USA or international) indicated on each cell (day) of the grid. This comprehensive calendar will certainly help you plan and prepare both indoor and outdoor activities for celebrations in the upcoming year. If you are the type of person who does their homework in advance, this calendar will definitely come in handy. 
Most of the dates (holidays) are supplied with web links back to Scholastic resources for more information on the topic. Feel free to complement each memorable date with a creative task for students: search for additional facts about the event, find out more about the persons who contributed to the holiday, find the location of the event on the map, discuss the customs and wear national clothes of a foreign holiday, make a picture related to the celebration, participate in outdoors or indoors activities to honor or experience the holiday, read a book for the lesson or write an imaginative story, even investigate career opportunities in a certain area, etc.
It is very unlikely that you run out of celebration ideas with this calendar, but if you suddenly do, just make up some of your own - kids will love participating in something non-traditional and fun!
This printout is called 'Calendar Worksheet: Year 2011-2012' and was first introduced by Scholastic, and is also available on their website. The 12-page worksheet offers printable calendars for every month starting July 2011 through to June 2012 with important dates and holidays (specific for USA or international) indicated on each cell (day) of the grid. This comprehensive calendar will certainly help you plan and prepare both indoor and outdoor activities for celebrations in the upcoming year. If you are the type of person who does their homework in advance, this calendar will definitely come in handy. 
Most of the dates (holidays) are supplied with web links back to Scholastic resources for more information on the topic. Feel free to complement each memorable date with a creative task for students: search for additional facts about the event, find out more about the persons who contributed to the holiday, find the location of the event on the map, discuss the customs and wear national clothes of a foreign holiday, make a picture related to the celebration, participate in outdoors or indoors activities to honor or experience the holiday, read a book for the lesson or write an imaginative story, even investigate career opportunities in a certain area, etc.
It is very unlikely that you run out of celebration ideas with this calendar, but if you suddenly do, just make up some of your own - kids will love participating in something non-traditional and fun!