"By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest." Confucius
- Option 1: Use Google Sheets Templates (There is a nice calendar template in the New Sheets Page.)
- Option 2: Create a calendar using a Microsoft Word Calendar Template and upload to Google Drive as a Google Document.
You can find a calendar template on the New Google Sheets Template Page.
Here is a copy I made from the template gallery if you want to see what this would look like. (The Tabs on the bottom open up each month.)
If you are looking for a few more template options, you might explore the Add-on “Template Gallery” by Vertex42.com (I’ve not used this, but it looks like there are several calendar options. A template could be created by a teacher and then shared with students.
When creating a new Word Document you have the option to start from a template. The process varies slightly depending on the version of Word you are using. Click here to see the process in Word 2013.
After creating your template in Word, you can upload and convert your file to Google Docs. You may need to make a few formatting changes, but you now have a shareable template. Share in Google Classroom or use these tips to share the url as a copy or a template.