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You can either print this calendar on A4's or have a printer print it as one piece on something larger of course. Both ways, I got you covered with the files.
The size of the calendar will be 4 A4's put together. I have also enclosed the full images that you can use if you want to have it printed on a textile or material which is what I did.
PRINTING IT ON TEXTILE FORM A PRINTER
Take the two files from the folder to a printer and have him print it. You'll have to figure out how the kids will stick the ornaments on the tree. I used grommets and magnets.
PRINTING ON A4
Print out the 4 A4's for the tree. Put together and back it.
Print out the 2 A4's of the ornaments, cut them, and laminate them. I added the Christmas tree foliage behind the ornaments so you can cut them bigger and it should blend just fine. Last, print out the star and cut it out and laminate it.
On the tree, there are white dots, where you should put the magnets/velcro or however else you want to connect the ornament ot the tree.
To use it, each day of December have one student put an ornament on the tree. The star will be the final day, ending on Christmas Eve. There are no numbers on this calendar and it was inspired by a calendar given to my family when I was a kid. The child can choose the ornament of their liking and the place it goes. To see how many days left a child will learn to count the spaces left or do some simple math by subtracting.
WHAT COMES IN THIS
- The tree (4 a4's)
- The ornaments on 2 a4's
- The star on one a4. (wasn't enough room on the two)
- The full uncut jpeg
- The full ornaments uncut jpeg
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