Back to School – Antique Calendar Graphics

Have your kids started back to school yet?  Most of the schools in my area are back in session, but I ease back into schoolwork slowly  with my son, working on just a few subjects until our homechool co-op resumes classes at the beginning of September.  I’ll be teaching a writing class for the high school kids in our group this year, so I’m gearing up for that class and hoping it goes well.

I came across some graphics I’ve never shared before, and the reminded me of the interchangeable images often used on calendars in grade school classrooms.

They came from a 1914 almanac, and each month of the year has a different image to go with it.  These could be used to make calendars, but would also be great as scrapbook images.

Here’s a larger view of the December image.

All 12 months are grouped together as one image, so just print them and cut them apart.


back to school antique calendar graphics

Here’s a larger view of the December image.

back to school calendar

Let me know if you use these images on a project – I’d love to hear about it!


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  1. These are beautiful, angie…thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says

    I have got a list of projects and when i catch up then i can stop and have a little fun but i did pin it cause i love the graphics on the different months. Thanks Angie and have a great day.

  3. These are wonderful, thanks so much Angie!

  4. These images are so dear…in particular, I love the ones for July and October! Thank you for sharing them with us!

  5. Totally gorgeous images!
    Thanks for sharing.

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