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Keep Your Days Straight with a Perpetual Desk Calendar

Wooden Perpetual Calendar set to September 21st.

Perpetual desk calendars are a fun and whimsical way to keep your days straight and help students learn the days and months of the year. No matter how many days are in a month, or whether it’s a leap year or not, you’ll always stay on track with these adjustable calendars that come with all the numbers, days and months that you need. Check out our top picks for the perpetual desk calendars that will keep you on track and make your workspace more enjoyable.

You’ll like the stylish rose gold finish on the sides of this perpetual desk calendar. And we appreciate that it has a timeless appeal since there are no years included in the setup.

We like that this perpetual desk calendar features a unique design for every month of the year. The dates are clearly printed on each sheet — but no days — so you can use this more than once.

We like that this perpetual desk calendar features fun foil prints on the front. It’s also a great portable option that can be folded up when not in use.

This perpetual desk calendar is made of hand-painted wood and can be reused for years to come. Its design is perfect for teachers, students and parents who prefer something minimal.

With this wooden perpetual desk calendar, you’ll get two numbered blocks, three blocks with the months printed on them and a wooden holder to showcase them. All of them have a vintage finish.

Expert Commentary

While you can’t write on perpetual desk calendars the way you do on planners, they’re great visual aids for reminding yourself what day it is and helping students understand the concept of time. Their large letters and unique designs can encourage you to make the most of your day and look forward to future events. They’re great keepsakes and can be made of paper, wood or other materials.

Our Expert Consultant

Melissa Spurling

Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.


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