FREE RESOURCE: January Maths calendars

Morning everyone!

I hope you’re all doing well!

I’m popping by on your timeline to share my January Maths calendars. There’s been quite a few people asking where these have been, but they are HERE! I was just allowing myself to have a proper break!

As ever, there’s a black and white, a coloured text and a full colour version of each of the different calendars. After listening to feedback, the calendars are unlabelled. In this blog post, you’ll find the following calendars:

  • EYFS
  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Lower Key Stage 2
  • Upper Key Stage 2

Upper Key Stage 2 January calendars

Lower Key Stage 2 January calendars

Year 2 January calendars

Year 1 January calendars

EYFS January calendars

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Feel free to download and share on your school websites/with parents/with classes/with teachers!

If you do decide to download let me know – I’d love to hear from you/see what you do with them! If you have any recommendations for how to make these even better, I’d love to hear from you (especially if you’ve been using these for a few months).

Can I kindly ask that if you do see any errors that you’re kind about it? I’ve had a few unpleasant messages about how “stupid mistakes” were made. I am only human, so I’m going to mistake. Be kind.

Please don’t claim them as your own though – these take me a good few hours to create! I don’t really wanna see my hard work on TES or similar!

S x

10 thoughts on “FREE RESOURCE: January Maths calendars

  1. Monifa Cumberbatch says:

    Thank you so much for doing these. Definitely a great idea for homework, class display and starters for our maths meetings. Amazing work. We’ll done.

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  2. Charlotte says:

    I can’t believe people are rude enough to leave negative comments when you’ve put so much effort into doing something for free.

    S loved doing this in December and he’s going to do it again in January

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  3. Carrie says:

    What a kind/ thoughtful thing to do- I can’t wait to make use of them with my class and share them with my colleagues (obviously acknowledging your hard work!).

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