This document is a blank 2015 calendar, and it can have many uses in your classroom! I did not use one of the pre-made templates to create it; instead, I set the whole thing up using tables and created my own. It is crisp with clean lines, and a font that is easy to read. I hope that you too will find it useful. This can be used to track assignments, important dates, number of days in school, or science experiments. Students could practice finding the patterns in the numbers, or they can create their own calendar pattern. This is great for teachers, student teachers, and students alike.
In my third grade classroom, I am printing each month on cardstock, including a front and back cover, and giving a bound copy to each child in my class. They will then "publish" a poem on each of the months before deciding if they want to keep it for themselves or give the calendar to someone else as a gift.