October 21, 2020  

Free November 2020 Calendar Printables | Sunday And Monday Start

Hello, November! It’s Time to plan for another busy month – plus the holidays – and I’ve got you covered! Select your favorite version of my free November calendar, and download and print to get started!

image of Thanksgiving turkey and November calendars

Friends, we’ve reached November! This fall has gone quickly, and I’m not complaining. I love the last two months of the year!

It’s a really busy month – many of us are in the thick of the school semester and kids’ activities, wrapping up fall cleaning and yardwork before the temperatures fall, and anticipating the holidays with to-do lists, gift lists, and planning get-togethers.

With so much going, it’s important to have a central calendar or spot to keep track of all your family’s events, activities, and important dates. That’s where the free November calendars come in!

Below are eight different versions of these calendars – options with Sunday or Monday starts, horizontal or vertical, and a couple different fonts to meet your style. They’re perfect for family activities, but you can also print another copy or two – I’m sharing a whole list of ways to use them below and I think you’ll love having them on-hand.

Pick your favorite option below, then download and print – it’s that easy! They’re free and printer-friendly.

If you’d like to save some time and plan ahead for December too, go ahead and click here and I’ll email it right over to you. That way you’ll have the December calendar on-hand when you’re ready for it! You’ll also get the 2021 calendars in that email, too!

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image of pies and text overlay with November calendar

How to use the free printable calendar

Put these calendars to use by keeping track of your family’s day-to-day activities. Print another one, two, or three to do any or all of the following!

  • Planning Thanksgiving get-togethers
  • Managing holiday to-dos
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Keeping track of kids’ appointments
  • Writing reminders
  • Tracking personal habits
  • Setting goals and tracking progress
  • Planning homeschool lessons and activities
  • Tracking virtual schoolwork
  • Logging working hours
  • Keeping track of homework
  • Keeping track of kids’ schedules
  • Planning workouts and logging exercise time
  • Logging work on a new hobby
  • Planning meals
  • Logging daily activities
  • Planning Christmas gatherings
  • Planning New Year’s events
  • Making cleaning schedules
  • Creating editorial calendars
  • Tracking deadlines
  • Scheduling date nights
  • Tracking babysitter schedules
  • Logging reading minutes
  • And more!

I designed this calendar so you can print it easily on your own. It is a US letter size and won’t use a ton of ink. You can scale the size of the calendar in your printer settings if you want to adjust the size and you can send it to a copy shop for other options.

The simple black and white design looks fresh and modern when printed on white paper, but you can add a pop of color by writing on it with colored pens or by printing it on colored paper! Jazz it up even more by framing it on your wall.

November 2020 free Calendars 

I love these simple printable calendars so much, I made 8 different versions. Choose the best option for your planning needs. Then, just download and print!





I hope you enjoy using these free printable November calendars! There are so many ways to use them, I bet you’ll end up printing several copies.

While you’re here, go ahead and subscribe so I can email you all of the 2020 AND 2021 monthly calendars now. You’ll be able to prepare for the rest of the year and all the holidays – you’ll love planning ahead!

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Happy planning!

Have a fantastic day!

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About the author

Emily Counts is the founder of Small Stuff Counts, a home and organization blog she created in 2013. Her goal is to help moms make home life easier so they can create beautiful, organized, and thriving homes. She shares life at home as a mom juggling two young kids and being a working mom with a corporate job. The Iowa-based blogger lives in the suburbs of Des Moines, Iowa, with her husband, two children, and rescue dog. Emily has collaborated with brands including The Container Store, Cricut, Command Brand, Bissell, Sam's Club and Rubbermaid.

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