February 2022 Calendar
February is the second month of the year, so you have had time to really dive into your New Year's resolutions or need some motivation to get back on track.
Regardless of which area you fall in, the beginning of a new month is an excellent time to get yourself organized and concentrate on the important things in your life.
February is also known as the month of love, and any one of these 40 free printable calendar choices will assist you in ensuring that those around you feel loved — simply add in something you can do each day to demonstrate how much you care and to show your appreciation for others on each of the days listed on the calendar.
Even if you are single or your love language is not receiving gifts or presents, these free February 2022 monthly calendars will be perfect for you.
There are so many ways to show love besides giving material things, and these printable calendars can guide you in doing just that by setting aside time for each important person in your life.
Whether it is your spouse or significant other, children, siblings, parents, or grandparents that are important to you, these free February 2022 calendar downloads will help you show them the love they deserve.
Ideas for showing you care without breaking the bank using the easy to print calendars as a guide (and a few to show yourself some self-love):
February 1st – Make a special dinner for your loved one.
February 2nd – Give someone a compliment.
February 3rd – Write a note of encouragement to a friend.
February 4th – Send a thank you email or card to an important person for something they did for you.
February 5th – Spend some time with someone alone, just the two of you.
February 6th – Let someone know how much you appreciate them being part of your life.
February 7th – Ask someone for their opinion on something you are struggling with.
February 8th – Share a favorite recipe with family and friends.
February 9th – Make a phone call or send an email letting someone know how much they mean to you.
February 10th – Make a playlist for your special someone.
February 11th – Babysit for a family member.
February 12th – Make Valentine's day cards with your children to give to their teacher, friends, grandparents, etc.
February 13th – Bake cookies for your child's class party or teacher.
February 14th – Write a positive note to yourself and keep it in your wallet or purse as a gentle reminder throughout the day.
February 15th – Make a handmade card and send it to an old friend.
February 16th – Give someone a massage or back rub.
February 17th – Tell your loved one how much you appreciate them being in your life.
February 18th – Do something nice for the person who brings your coffee every day, like leaving them a candy with a note attached that says “thanks.”
February 19th – Volunteer at an animal shelter or nursing home for two hours.
February 20th – Make a care basket of toiletry items, snacks, and an encouraging note for someone who is struggling.
February 21st – Volunteer at a soup kitchen or shelter.
February 22nd – Spend the day doing something that your spouse, child or significant other enjoys and leave them a note telling them how much you love and appreciate them.
February 23rd – Spend the day with someone working on something they need help with or doing their chores for them so they can relax and take care of themselves.
February 24th – Do good deeds for others anonymously.
February 25th – Surprise your child with a lunch box note.
February 26th – Call a friend or family member to see how they are doing.
February 27th – Take steps to move closer towards your goals in your life.
February 28th – Call an elderly family member and tell them how much you love and appreciate them.
February Fun Facts
February is unique in that it is the only month in the calendar year that has fewer than 30 days, making it the shortest month of the year.
As a result, it is also the only month of the year in which it is possible that there may never be a full moon.
Every four years, we get a “leap year,” which is a year that has an extra day that is added into the month of February.
During a leap year, there are 366 days in the annual calendar.
Coming leap years:
Are there any holidays in February 2022?
February holidays and important dates include:
February 2 – Groundhog Day
February 12 – Lincoln's Birthday
February 14 – Valentine's Day
February 21 – President's Day & Washington's Birthday
What are special holidays in February 2022?
While the February 2022 calendar has too many holidays to list, here are a few of our favorites in this monthly calendar year:
- National Dark Chocolate Day
- National Freedom Day (Freedom from Slavery)
- National Tater Tot Day
- National Groundhog Day
- National Homemade Soup Day
- National Frozen Yogurt Day
- National Fettuccine Alfredo Day
- National Send a Card to a Friend Day
- National Boy Scouts Day
- National Kite Flying Day
- National Pizza Day
- National Cream Cheese Brownie Day
- National Cheddar Day
- National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day
- National Organ Donor Day
- Valentine's Day
- National Random Acts of Kindness Day
- National Chocolate Mint Day
- National Comfy Day
- National Cherry Pie Day
- National Love Your Pet Day
- National Muffin Day
- President's Day (Third Monday in February)
- National Cook a Sweet Potato Day
- National Margarita Day
- National Pistachio Day
- National Tell a Fairy Tale Day
- National Chocolate Souffle Day
- National Tooth Fairy Day
Does February 2022 have 29 days?
February 2022 is not a leap year so it does not have 29 days.
How many days does February 2022 have?
February 2022 has 28 days in the month.
What day is February 14th on in 2022?
February 14, Valentine's Day, falls on a Monday in 2022.
Can I see the calendar for February 2022?
Absolutely! The following February 2022 calendar templates are easy to print and ready for you to download!
Simply choose from the variety of calendar below, click on the image, download the PDF file to your computer, and print.
You have 40 free options to choose from the February 2022 calendar selections. The free printable calendars are dated and ready to go.
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