2020 Printable Calendar in Spanish

by | Dec 31, 2018

Inside: Calendario para imprimir 2020 / printable 2020 calendar in Spanish, plus bilingual chore cards for kids. 

Ready or not, 2020 is here! I’ve got some fun printables to kick off the new year, and get organized. If you have good intentions about speaking Spanish at home in the new year but struggle to stay consistent, having visuals posted around your home is a great way to keep Spanish at the forefront. 

This 2020 Spanish calendar is bright and clear, so you can use it at home or in your Spanish classroom!


Calendario Para Imprimir 2020



Last year for the 2019 calendar, I started on a Monday, which many calendars in Spanish-speaking countries do. I got mixed feedback on that, and my Peruvian husband kept saying he thought it was better to start on a Sunday since most of my readers are really Spanglish speakers and families. 

So this year’s 2020 “Calendario para imprimir” runs Sunday – Saturday! I also have gotten requests to make it blank or editable, which I plan to do when I get the chance. For the moment it’s updated for the New Year!

Click the button below to grab your free downloadable calendar in Spanish. It’s print-and-go so you can get busy planning in Spanish!



Here are some weekly planning sheets to help organize your week with intention:





One of my goals this year is getting my kids (4 an 6) into a better routine with chores, and with more independence in their own daily routines. I made these little bilingual chore chards for them, and thought you might be able to use them too. I tried to stay neutral with the phrasing since these terms can vary across Spanish-speaking countries!

For parents learning Spanish along with their kids, having these cards around can also be a handy way to work Spanish into your daily routines. These cards all start with a verb, and for most of them you can simply put a key phrase in front:

Vamos a…. (Let’s… or We’re going to…)

Tienes que… (You have to…)

Necesitas… (You need too…)

For the verbs that end with “se,” you’ll need to change it to “te” when speaking to your child. To use the card that says “lavarse la boca,” for example, you would say “Tienes que lavarte la boca.”

**Please note– the chore cards have a few repetitions, for things that you might do both morning and night.**



Hey! I’m Elisabeth, a teacher and mom raising two bilingual kids in the Peruvian jungle. Read our story here. I love digging up the best Spanish resources for all you busy parents and teachers!

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