Printable December 2022 Calendar Templates with Holidays

Looking to wrap up your year on the right, organized note? Sick of the struggle to keep your hectic schedule in order? If you answered yes, then we’ve got good news for you! Here on VL Calendar, you are able to download our spacious December 2022 Calendar for free! And, that’s not all! You’re also able to download calendars for every month of 2022, free of charge!

December 2022 Calendar

December 2022 Calendar


December 2022 Calendar

You only need two things to enjoy our free, printable calendar downloads. First: a .pdf reading software such as Adobe Reader. And second: a printer with 8.5″ by 11″ paper. If you’ve got those two things, then simply click the download button below to print our December 2022 Calendar instantly. And the best part? We never limit how many calendars you are able to print. So feel free to print a few for yourself, a couple more for the the office, and even some for friends and family!

More specifically, on our Printable December 2022 Calendar, you will find 31 days and four major holidays. In fact, on every calendar on VL Calendar, you’ll see that we’ve labelled all major holidays for your planning convenience. On the December 2022 Calendar Template these holidays are the first day of winter, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve.

Many people enjoy time off in December for the holiday season. So this may be a great time to stay up late and enjoy gazing at the moon. In fact, if you’re curious as to when the moon will be in its most prominent phases, keep reading below!

  • Full Moon on Wednesday, December 7
  • Last Quarter Moon on Friday, December 16
  • New Moon on Friday, December 23
  • First Quarter Moon on Thursday, December 29

The Month of December

You already know that December is the last month of the year. But did you know that it also used to be the tenth month? You see, prior to 153 BCE the format of the calendar used was known as the Roman calendar. In the Roman Calendar, the year began with March and ended with December. Therefore, the months of January and February did not exist. In fact, their days weren’t even numbered.

Knowing that December used to be the tenth month of the year makes a lot of sense when you break down its name. Have you ever seen the prefix “dec” before? What about a DECagon, a ten-sided figure? That’s right, in Latin “dec” means ten. Therefore, the month of December was originally named after the number ten. However, even when the month became the twelfth month of the year, the name still stuck.

Another fun fact regarding December is the weather. While north of the equator December is the month that kicks off the cold winter months, this is not so in the southern hemisphere. Believe it or not, in countries south of the equator, December is the beginning of warm, summer months!

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