Get Ready for 2013: 10 Kid-Friendly Calendars

Get Ready for 2013: 10 Kid-Friendly Calendars

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Carrie McBride
Dec 3, 2012
My husband thinks having a physical wall calendar at home is an outdated notion, but my son and I use it all the time so I try to pick one that appeals to us both. We mark down upcoming events and I use it to visually show him how much time he has to wait for one of these events to arrive (especially his birthday which is more than 6 months off but inquired about weekly). The past few years I've ordered an illustrated animal-themed calendar from Sadly Harmless (#8 above) and here are some others I've pulled together in case you're looking for something along these lines. Another idea is to make your family a photo calendar starring your kids. I make one every year for the grandparents, but it would be fun for my son and I to look at photos of him from when he was a year younger. ROW ONE 1. Coloring Calendar ($25, Be Happy Now) 2. Life Calendar: How was your day ($13.21, Brigada Creativa) 3. Illustrated Calendar ($19.75, Steph Says Hello) 4. When My Baby Dreams Calendar ($12.99, Calendars.com) 5. Kate Endle Collage Calendar ($13.99, Kate Endle) ROW TWO 6. Cute Animal Calendar ($15, Loopz) 7. Stitch the Stars ($25, Branch Home) 8. Grand Champions Calendar ($12, Sadly Harmless) 9. Taro Gomi Daily Doodle Calendar ($12.99, Chronicle Books) 10. The Birds in Hats Calendar ($16.46, Birds in Hats)
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