Special Days Cards for Your Giant Wall Calendar

As of today, these are the 121 special days cards included with every giant wall calendar, and an additional 63 silly celebrations cards available in the Freebies! section for a total of 180 cards!

 Giant printable wall calendar by Luftmensch Designs

These cards don't just fit your wall calendar, they are the perfect size to be used for lots of other work, too.

Here are just some ideas of extension work you can do with these cards:

  • Sort the cards by holiday type (e.g. religious holidays/bank holidays/school holidays/etc.)
  • Use the cards for language work by creating a tray pairing a holiday with small objects that are associated with that holiday
  • Older children can arrange the cards in different ways: alphabetically, by date, by type of special day, etc.
  • Younger children can arrange the cards by color. These cards feature beautiful watercolor illustrations, and they are perfect for color sorting.

What's Included?

Don't see some special days you're looking for? I keep an ongoing wish list of new cards to create for my customers. Send me an email and I'll add your request to the list.

Divider Cards to help you stay organized

  1. winter
  2. spring
  3. summer
  4. fall
  5. blanks
  6. monthly


  1. Back to school
  2. Happy birthday Dr. Montessori (August 31, 1870)
  3. Autumnal Equinox ((usually falls on September 20, 21, 22, 22, or 23)
  4. Mid-Autumn Festival (the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese Calendar)
  5. Labor Day (first Monday in September)
  6. The Month of Elul begins (typically occurs around August to September)
  7. Rosh Hashanah begins (usually in September)
  8. Yom Kippur (ten days after Rosh Hashanah)
  9. Sukkot begins (seven day festival, begins five days after Yom Kippur)
  10. International Day of Peace (September 21st)
  11. Indigenous Peoples Day (second Monday in October)
  12. Thanksgiving (Canada) (Second Monday in October)
  13. Shemini Atzeret (begins right after Sukkot ends)
  14. Simchat Torah (Celebrated during Shemini Atzeret)
  15. Diwali begins (usually end of October or early November)
  16. Halloween (October 31st)
  17. Dia de los Muertos begins (October 31st)
  18. Remembrance Day (Commonwealth of Nations) (November 11th)
  19. Veteran’s Day (November 11th)
  20. Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday in November)
  21. St. Lucia’s Day (December 13th)


  1. Winter Solstice (usually falls on December 20, 21 22, 22, or 23)
  2. Hanukkah Begins/All eight nights of Hanukkah (typically falls between late November and late December)
  3. First day of winter break
  4. Last day of winter break
  5. Winter break activity cards (cover to be used if you make cards for your students)
  6. Bake cookies to share
  7. Decorate with dried orange slices & cranberries
  8. Play outside
  9. Watch for winter birds
  10. Write down your favorite memories of the year
  11. Build a snowman
  12. Enjoy the decorations around town
  13. Build a gingerbread house
  14. Write a letter to a loved one
  15. Catch snowflakes on your tongue
  16. Find winter flowers
  17. Read stories by candlelight
  18. Invite friends over for hot cocoa
  19. Christmas Eve (December 24th)
  20. Christmas Day (December 25th)
  21. Boxing Day (December 26th)
  22. Kwanzaa, all seven nights (December 26th through January 1st)
  23. New Year’s Day (January 1st)
  24. Tu Bishvat  (typically falls in January or February)
  25. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (third Monday in January)
  26. Black History Month begins (February 1st)
  27. Chinese New Year (typically falls in January or February)
  28. 100th Day of School
  29. Valentine’s Day (February 14th)
  30. Family Day (Canada, third Monday in February)
  31. Presidents Day (third Monday in February)
  32. Leap Day (February 29th)
  33. Laylatul Miraj (varies, occurs in January or February in upcoming years)
  34. Purim (usually occurs in February or March)
  35. International Women’s Day (March 8th)
  36. Holi begins (usually in the middle of March)
  37. St. Patrick's Day (March 17th)


  1. Vernal Equinox (usually falls on March 19, 20, 21, or 22)
  2. Mardi Gras (the day before Ash Wednesday)
  3. Fat Tuesday (the day before Ash Wednesday)
  4. International Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31st)
  5. Library Week begins (usually the second week in April)
  6. Pesach begins (usually occurs in March or April)
  7. Counting of the Omer (begins on the 2nd night of Pesach)
  8. Vaisakhi (usually April 13th or 14th)
  9. Yom HaShoah (usually occurs in April or May)
  10. Yom HaZikaron (usually occurs in April)
  11. Yom HaAtzmaut (occurs the day after Yom HaZikaron)
  12. Easter (the Sunday after the Vernal Equinox) (two versions, second is on the Canada set page)
  13. Earth Day (April 22nd)
  14. May Day (May 1st)
  15. Labour Day (May 1st in many countries)
  16. Children’s Book Week Begins (usually occurs in May)
  17. Cinco de Mayo (May 5th)
  18. Ramadan beings (Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which is 10 to 11 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, so the timing of Ramadan migrates thought the seasons. In 2020, Ramadan will begin in April.)
  19. Mother’s Day (second Sunday in May)
  20. Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
  21. Victoria Day (Canada) (Last Monday preceding May 25th)
  22. Eid al Fitr (the first day after Ramadan ends)
  23. Pride Month begins (June 1st)
  24. Last day of school (on the Canada set page)
  25. Father’s Day (third Sunday in June)
  26. Shavuot (50 days after the first Pesach seder, usually occurs in May or June)
  27. Juneteenth (June 19th)
  28. World Refugee Day (June 20th)


  1. First day of Summer!
  2. Summer Solstice aka midsummer / first day of summer! (usually falls on June 20, 21, or 22.)
  3. Eid al-Adha (usually occurs in June or July)
  4. Day of Arafah (usually occurs in June or July)
  5. Independence Day (July 4th)
  6. Tisha B’Av (usually occurs in July or August)
  7. Islamic New Year (usually occurs in July or August)


  1. New moon
  2. Waxing crescent
  3. First quarter
  4. Waxing gibbous
  5. Full moon
  6. Waning gibbous
  7. Last quarter
  8. Waning crescent


  1. Fall background
  2. School supplies background
  3. Spring background
  4. 8 blank cards
  5. Field trip!

FREE Monthly Silly Celebrations Cards
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January Silly Celebrations

  1. National Bagel Day (January 15th)
  2. National Popcorn Day (January 19th)
  3. National Cheese Lover’s Day (January 20th)
  4. National Hugging day (January 21st)
  5. National Compliment Day (January 24th)
  6. National Opposite Day (January 25th)
  7. Library Shelf Day (Fourth Wednesday in January)
  8. National Inspire your Heart with Art day (January 31st)

February Silly Celebrations

  1. National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day (First Saturday in February)
  2. National Umbrella Day (February 10th)
  3. National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day (February 11th)
  4. Global Movie Day (Second Saturday in February)
  5. National Random Acts of Kindness Day (February 17th)
  6. National Cherry Pie Day (February 20th)
  7. National Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 25th)
  8. National Polar Bear Day (February 27th)

March Silly Celebrations

  1. National Old Stuff Day (March 22nd)
  2. Marching Music Day (March 4th)
  3. National Flapjack Day (March 7th)
  4. National Plant a Flower day (March 12th)
  5. National Write Your Story Day (March 14th)
  6. National Awkward Moments Day (March 18th)
  7. National Let’s Laugh Day (March 19th)
  8. National Goof Off Day (March 22nd)
  9. National Near Miss Day (March 23rd)
  10. National Tolkien Reading Day (March 25th)
  11. National Something on a Stick Day (March 28th)
  12. National Pencil Day (March 30th)

August Silly Celebrations

  1. National Coloring Book Day (August 2nd)
  2. National Underwear Day (August 9th)
  3. National Book Lovers Day (August 9th)
  4. National Julienne Fries Day (August 12th)
  5. National Tell a Joke Day (August 16th)
  6. National Waffle Day (August 24th)
  7. National Secondhand Wardrobe Day (August 25th)
  8. National Just Because Day (August 27th)

September Silly Celebrations

  1. National Cheese Pizza Day (September 5th)
  2. National Make Your Bed Day (September 11th)
  3. National Coloring Day (September 14th)
  4. National Lazy Mom’s Day (first Friday in September)
  5. National Ice Cream Cone Day (September 22nd)
  6. National Family Day (September 26th)
  7. National Coffee Day (September 29th)
  8. National Love People Day (September 30th)

October Special Celebrations

  1. National Custodial Workers Recognition Day (October 2nd)
  2. National Inner Beauty Day (October 7th)
  3. World Mental Health Day (October 10th)
  4. International Day of the Girl Child (October 11th)
  5. National Coming Out Day (October 11th)
  6. National Freethought Day (October 12th)
  7. National Youth Confidence Day (October 20th)
  8. United Nations Day (October 24th)

October Silly Celebrations

  1. National Homemade Cookies Day (October 1st)
  2. National Cinnamon Bun Day (October 4th)
  3. National Bring Your Teddy Bear to Work or School Day (2nd Wednesday in October)
  4. National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day (October 21st)
  5. National Mulligan Day (October 17th)
  6. National I Love Yarn Day (2nd Saturday in October)
  7. Sourest Day (October 25th)
  8. National Black Cat Day (October 27th)

November Silly Celebrations

  1. National Play Outside Day (1st Saturday in November)
  2. National Sundae Day (November 11th)
  3. National Pickle Day (November 14th)
  4. National Take a Hike Day (November 17th)
  5. National Gingerbread Cookie Day (November 21st)
  6. Blasé Day (November 25th)
  7. Electronics Greetings Day (November 29th)
  8. Stay Home Because You’re Well Day (November 30th)
January 01, 2020 — Lori Oster


Lori O.

Lori O. said:

Yes! These cards are all included in the Circle Time Sets, which I used to call megabundles. :)


G said:

Are these included in mega bundles?

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