Mark your days with flair using our array of 32 blank calendar templates that are entirely free to download and print! These templates are a fantastic tool for teachers, professionals, and families aiming to organize their schedules while adding a touch of personalization to their planning.
Included below are versatile blank calendar templates that range from simple minimalist layouts to intricate artistic patterns, ensuring there’s something for every taste and need. You will also find calendars in landscape and portrait orientation for ultimate customization!
To use any of these blank calendar templates, click on any of the below links or images to open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you will then have the option to download or print, all for free!
All these PDF templates are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Uses For Printable Blank Calendars
Here are 10 inexpensive, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Dry Erase Calendars On The Kitchen Counter
Whatever you opt to use my blank calendars for, you can make them accessible – and reusable! – with just a picture frame and dry-erase markers.
First, you’ll pick the calendar you want to use and print it out.
Then you’ll put it in a cheap picture frame (turned horizontally).
You can actually write on the glass with the dry-erase markers and then use an eraser when you start a new month.
Set the calendar on the kitchen counter for your entire family to see and use!
9. School Scheduling
When you have many classes to balance, keeping track of when assignments are due, when tests are being proctored, as well as the professor’s office hours, etc., can be a lot.
You could use my printout calendars to help you stay on top of your school schedule and maintain your GPA.
If you’re using a binder, the calendar could easily be three-hole punched and slipped into it, kept on top of everything for easy access.
Or you could keep it in a folder or the divider folders that are typically included in a multi-subject notebook.
8. Work Scheduling
My calendars can be particularly useful on a professional level as well.
Keep track of meetings, project assignments, due dates, and even office holidays, all in one place.
The monthly overview gives you a bird’s eye view so that you can take in the calendar on a macro level, always aware of what’s coming up the following day or week.
If you have access to fancy printers at work, you could even print off my calendars in larger sizes, then tape them down to your desk so you always have a point of reference.
7. Bill Paying Scheduling
While paying bills is a drag, it’s also a must in the world of adulthood.
You can easily keep track of which bills are due when – and how much – using my printable calendars.
Put the calendar somewhere communal, like on the fridge or the counter, so that if you have roommates or a significant other, no bills come as a surprise each month.
6. Food Diaries/Meal Planners
My monthly calendars make excellent food diaries or meal planners for those who want to eat right or spend less at the grocery store (or both).
There is enough space in each day, for example, to jot down meals and even some nutritional information.
Or you could use the space to pen in dinners a few days, weeks, or even a month in advance.
Plus, you can use the back of the calendar to make out your grocery shopping list.
When you stick to the list, you save money not only by eschewing impulse purchases, it ensures that less food goes to waste.
5. Health Trackers
You can also keep track of your monthly fitness goals using my printable calendars.
Too often, people quit working out because they don’t see progress immediately.
By keeping track of workouts, you can feel some small – or large! – sense of accomplishment as you fill in each day with what you did to move your body.
Then you can also add any non-scale victories – the day you tried on a certain size, and it fit, or the day you took the stairs instead of the elevator.
4. Gardening Trackers
Whether you’re just starting out on your gardening journey or you’re a seasoned pro, you can use my printable calendars to keep tabs on what you’re growing and when.
Mark, for example, when you started certain seeds or when you transplanted them from the seedling container into the ground.
You could include a note for the first day you have a vegetable ripe enough to pick or use the calendars to keep track of the transition from summer garden to fall and winter.
3. Home Renovation Trackers
Home renovations are not cheap, and whether you’re DIY-ing it or outsourcing with a contractor, time is money.
Create a schedule using my printable calendars to keep track of each phase of your project and the expected finish date.
Moreover, you can use the back of the calendar to write down supply lists, contractor phone numbers, vendor contact info, etc.
2. Vacation Planners
There are two types of people in this world: People who vacation in a totally nonchalant manner, flitting from place to place with no destination in mind, and people who plan down to the second.
If you’re the latter type, you can use my monthly printable calendars to help create the vacation of your micromanaging dreams.
Fill those blank days with activities, sights, and sounds; you can also use the back of the calendar to write down hotel reservation information or create packing lists.
1. Party Planners
For the next birthday, anniversary, or holiday party you’re in charge of planning, you can use my printable calendars to help aid in the process.
There’s typically a lot that goes into planning a party far before the actual day of the party.
For example, if you’re renting out a banquet space, you’ll have to make appointments and then tour your options, then plan for food and, beverage and decorations.
Keep it all organized in your mind and on paper, on a calendar where you can see everything all at once.