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August Free Printable Calendar 2023

It’s almost August! In some parts of the US, kids are already heading back to school. For others, it’s still summer vacation. No matter what’s happening at your house, use one of our August free printable calendar files to get organized.

Learn what holidays are in August 2023, and plan ahead with a helpful dated calendar page, either vertical or horizontal, starting either with Sunday or Monday. There are so many ways to use these printable calendar pages.

If you are planning out the whole second half of the year, use our free printable calendars for 2023. If you just need one for this month, here is our July calendar.

printable August monthly calendar on green wooden background

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How to use a printed August calendar

August marks the beginning of a new school year for many children. Use the calendar to note down important dates such as school orientation, meet-the-teacher events, and the first day of school.

Additionally, record extracurricular activities, such as sports practices, music lessons, or dance classes, to ensure you have a clear overview of your children’s schedules.

When the kids head back to school, I take the time to attend to my own personal appointments like dental cleaning, mammogram, and yearly physical. Use the printed calendar to plan your own self care that has been neglected through the summer.

For a lot of busy moms like me, August is the real “New Year.” It’s the time to set goals and get back on routines. Print a separate calendar where you can break down your goals into actionable steps and assign deadlines throughout the month. Having these goals visible on your calendar will motivate and remind you to stay focused and accountable.

Hello August on notepad with blue tea cup and saucer

Ways to use this August free printable calendar

Everyone uses a calendar differently for planning and organizing. That’s why I am offering 4 different versions of the August 2023 calendar printable. Choose from:

  • horizontal layout 11 x 8.5″ Sunday start
  • vertical layout 8.5 x 11″ Sunday start
  • horizontal layout 11 x 8.5″ Monday start (image below)
  • vertical layout 8.5 x 11″ Monday start

Each PDF file is free, so you can print as many times as you like. You may find that you prefer horizontal or vertical for different purposes.

printable August calendar with measurements on gray background

Start on Sunday or Monday?

For different reasons, people like to start their week on Sunday or Monday. When you have kids in school, for example, you tend to see the week in two major parts–weekdays and weekend. So it makes sense to block Saturday and Sunday together on a calendar.

Because of that, I have several monthly calendar pages that start either way. Choose whatever works best for you!

August printable calendar with camera, palm frond and sun hat

What holidays are in August 2023?

Here in the United States, there are no August federal holidays.

If you’re looking for more of the unusual holidays for August, like National Soft Ice Cream Day (August 19th), check out National Day Today.

Since our readers are from other countries besides the US, I chose not to include these holidays on these free printable August calendars. You can just add them in yourself if you observe them.

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A printed August calendar can be a game-changer for busy moms seeking organization and balance in their lives. By utilizing this tool to track school activities, plan family events, schedule personal appointments, manage meal planning, and set goals, moms can gain a sense of control and reduce overwhelm.