No School Calendar

It has now been 7 days since our schools closed. How long they will be closed, no one can say definitively.

I have been contacted by multiple parents seeking a a “No School” Calendar to use with their children at home.

Each morning I encourage my sons to place a “no school” visual image on their own calendar when we begin each of their homeschool lessons.

It helps to alleviate their anxieties but also give them a concrete sense of time passing and reaffirming that ” going to school” will not be taking place on that particular date.

The calendar I have created for you is dateless, has no month attached nor year.

I have created it in this manner as for now, none of us know for sure when traditional school will return.

You will fill in the dates/months and years yourself.

You can choose to laminate and cut out each “no school” visual and attach each individually to the laminated calendar.

You can also choose to not laminate, instead cutting out the “no school” images and attaching using glue.

I hope you find it helpful. If you require additional FREE PRINTABLES go to my educational resources website – LITTLE PUDDINS.

Wherever you are in the world right now, I hope that you are safe and well.




  1. Frances Burke
    March 24, 2020 / 3:42 pm

    Thank you so much for making these available! I’ve forwarded your site info to my daughter who is immune compromised, yet trying to work with my STRONG Willed 4 yo granddaughter. Best wishes and prayers to you, your family, and all as we try to navigate thru these unprecedented times.

  2. M. Murillo
    April 19, 2020 / 9:04 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  3. Hazel
    April 23, 2020 / 4:14 am

    Thank you so very much for making all of this available. I have forwarded your printables to my son’s teachers and therapists. 💕

  4. Edith Camacho
    August 25, 2020 / 11:38 pm

    Thanks for great information AND activities. I like allá.

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