Printable 2016 Calendar

All I want every year is a pretty vertical calendar I can clip on a clipboard. It doesn’t sound like too much to ask, or so I thought. I remember last year putting my Google skills to the test to try to find one I liked. It was tough. I never did find on that I liked. Maybe I’m too picky.
This year, I didn’t even bother searching. I convinced myself that I could do this myself. It can’t be that hard. Or so I thought….
I won’t bore you with the details, but as you can see, I did it. I created the simple and pretty calendar of my dreams and I’m sharing it with you.
Disclosure: This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. Please see my disclosure for more details.


I kept things simple. Each month is on a separate page. It’s a great at-a-glance calendar. Use it to record important dates. Keep track of school events and school holidays. Label important birthdays so you don’t forget!
I agonized for awhile about whether or not to include holidays, but in the end, I left them off. I wanted this calendar to work for anyone in the world. There were just too many holidays to include for everyone (cause I wanted to include as many as I could) that I was afraid the calendar would get too cluttered and wouldn’t be useful for you. I’m leaving it up to you to include all the dates that are important to you.

Use the link below to download and print your calendar. Print on card stock for durability and clip it on a clip board for ease of use. I hope you enjoy it!


I hope this is the exact calendar you’ve been searching for to. I know I’m happy not to have to go on a Google search.


The following two tabs change content below.
Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

Latest posts by Terri Thompson (see all)

Before you go, check out one of our most popular posts:

Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft Hot Chocolate Science Experiment Gratitude Conversation Starters Counting On Card Game