The months of the year educational free resources are to help with some pre-planning for the school year as the time does seem to fly after the students arrive in the classroom. Some “anchor” activities are always good to have on hand to help with the sometimes unpredictable school days.
You might like these resources organized by the months of the year. There are many more resources and free printables that are available on this site not listed by months of the year, also. These resources are mostly available right on this blog, some are free instant downloads, some are free eMember resources, and some are free on Teachers Pay Teachers. Pink and red buttons on this site denote free instant downloads at the links. Some of the files on the pages are free on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Class educational and seasonal bingo games, welcome back to school resources, math, science, social studies, literacy, and writing printables are included in the monthly resources. Room parents may find materials to help with parties and activities for students.
Months of the Year
There are book companions such as one for An Orange in January by Dianna Hutts Aston, and Let Freedom Ring by Vanessa Newton. Some of the pages help students practice sequencing, vocabulary, and matching. There are coloring and activity pages.
There are bookmarks, reading charts, graphing pages, and matching games. A full year of calendar numbers is available on one of the printable PDFs. Math freebies are included as well! I hope you will find something useful for your classroom or children.
Months of the Year Educational Free Resources Listed on Separate Pages
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December all have some free printable PDFs to help prepare and plan for the school year ahead.
This site also has subject area pages, free eMember pages, and premium member pages as well. Please check the sidebar for additional resources. Blog posts contain even more resources, so plan to spend some time on this site checking out materials.
Thank you for reading, Carolyn