September 22, 2020  

Free October 2020 Calendar Printables | Sunday And Monday Start

Are you ready for all things fall? Planning October activities is easy with these free printable calendars. Below are 8 different formats to choose from. Download, print, and start planning now!

image of apples and october calendars

Sweater weather, pumpkin spice, and crisp fresh air are upon us! October is arguably the most-loved month of the year for all of these reasons and more.

If you love planning ahead, October is THE month for you! I love spending this month finalizing Halloween costumes and party plans, visiting the pumpkin patch with my family, perfecting my fall home decor, and starting on Thanksgiving and Christmas plans.

October 1st also begins the last quarter of the year! Time to hone in on the major goals I want to accomplish in 2020, and these calendars are perfect for tracking progress.

There are several different formats of my free, printable October calendars below. Choose the one that best fits your planning style and print a copy or two today! I’m also sharing my long list of ways you can use these calendars – it goes far beyond just planning day-to-day activities.

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

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image of apples with october calendar

20+ ways to use free october calendar printables

As I eluded to before, there are so many ways to use these calendars. Here are a few suggestions!

  • Scheduling Halloween activities
  • Managing project timelines
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Keeping track of appointments
  • Writing reminders
  • Tracking Thanksgiving and Christmas to-dos
  • Coordinating upcoming events
  • Tracking habits
  • Setting goals and tracking progress
  • Planning homeschool lessons
  • Tracking virtual school assignments
  • Logging work-from-home hours
  • Keeping track of homework
  • Keeping track of kids’ schedules
  • Planning and tracking workouts
  • Logging work on a new hobby
  • Meal planning
  • Logging daily activities
  • Planning holiday events
  • Making cleaning schedules
  • Planning editorial calendars
  • Tracking deadlines
  • Scheduling date nights
  • Tracking babysitter schedules
  • Logging reading minutes
  • And more!

I designed this calendar so you can easily print it at home. It won’t use a ton of ink and is a US letter size. 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, or 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 for the wall or your desktop.

october 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!

If you prefer, click here to subscribe and I’ll email you all 12 months of 2020 calendars to you plus a set of undated monthly calendar printables.



image of apples with october calendar



I hope you enjoy using these free calendar printables! 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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