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This Pictogenda 2013 belongs to: Photo

name:

address: suburb and postcode: state: phone: mobile: email:

In case of emergency, please contact: name:

address: suburb and postcode: state: phone: mobile:

Important medical information:


How the Pictogenda works The Pictogenda shows information about the user’s everyday life using pictograms. Many users can learn to use the Pictogenda by themselves with a little support and explanation. They can then independently gather, find and save information about their everyday lives. This helps them to better understand their lifestyles, allowing them to structure and shape them. The Pictogenda has 2 colour photo pages at the front that include a comic strip to help explain the daily breakdown to the user.

Getting started!

We think it’s best to get started with the Pictogenda together with the user:  fill in page 1 (user name and address)  fill in the names and addresses of family and friends  draw in birthdays and (public) holidays  wite-out or cover up unimportant holidays  fill in the General timetable  remove part of the refill for the time being to lessen the weight of the diary (e.g. May-December)  draw and stick in any appointments for the first week (not too far in advance of the new year starting)  view the photos on the How to use the Pictogenda colour page.

The pictograms

We recommend you regularly take a look at the glossary together with the user (see below). This helps both of you to use the pictograms and pictogram stickers in an individual, creative way.

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TIP: By combining pictograms you can really specify information. For example, pictograms of a birthday, woman and baby can mean that today it’s the birthday of the Pictogenda user’s sister who has just given birth. The pictograms are arranged by category and are sometimes found in places you might not expect (for example, a children’s farm comes under the Activities category rather than the Leisure activities category as it can also be a place of work).

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TIP: You can personalise a pictogram; for example, the school building can also be used to mean a place of work. TIP: Be creative if you’re missing stickers for a particular topic. For example, explain a visit to the ENT doctor by using the doctor pictogram and drawing an ear next to it.


The pictograms are designed specifically for the Pictogenda. There are now more than 250. Every year – partly due to user requests – a handful of new pictograms are invented and added to the sticker sheets.

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TIP: You can use the enclosed pictogram stickers in your Pictogenda but also any other pictogram system you might use. That’s not forgetting of course that you can always use your own photos, drawings and cuttings to help explain things.

The categories

The pictograms used in the Pictogenda are divided into the following categories:  days, months, Pictogenda breakdown  holidays  activities  housework  school  leisure activities

 exercise  events  well-being  transport  pets  unusual weather conditions

The names and colours of the days

The day names are illustrated literally, but as this can’t be done for all the days, we’ve come up with phonetic synonyms that are shown in pictures. This system works well when the picture, and the reason behind it, is explained to the user. = Monday

: This is the moon > moonday > Monday

= Tuesday

: He ­ chews his food > chews day > Tuesday

= Wednesday : This is a wedding, so it is their wedding day (now say the word wedding very quickly:) > Wednesday = Thursday : She is very thirsty > thirst day > Thursday = Friday

: Fry your eggs , so this is a fry day > Friday

= Saturday : The clown is looking sad > sadd- er day > Saturday = Sunday

: This is the sun > Sunday

Each day is also given its own colour, as recommended in the book Totale communicatie (Oskam & Scheres, 2005).


The names of the months

The month name pictograms are visualised as follows. = January : January is a summer and Holiday month. = February : In February we celebrate Valentine’s day. = March : In March autumn begins, some trees lose their leaves. = April : In April we celebrate Easter, with Easter egg hunts. = May : In May we celebrate Mother’s Day, we give mum presents or flowers. = June : June is the start of winter, we wear our warm clothes. = July : In July snow falls in some areas. = August : In August we can go whale watching. = September : In September we celebrate Father’s day and give him presents. = October : In October spring is here and flowers bloom. = November : In November we watch the Melbourne cup. = December : In December we celebrate Christmas.

The seasons

The weeks in a single season all have the same colour strip at the bottom of each page. The colours are: - Summer - (orange) yellow: in the Summer the (yellow) sun shines a lot and it is nice weather. - Autumn – burgundy: in the Autumn the trees turn colour, with some leaves turning dark red. - Winter - ice blue: in the Winter it’s often ice cold weather. - Spring - fresh green: in the Spring flowers sprout fresh green leaves and the grass grows again.

Downloading pictograms

Pictogram sticker sheets can be found at the back of the Pictogenda. As it’s impossible to include lots of every single pictogram, extra pictograms can be downloaded at www.pictogenda.com. Now anyone can assemble and print off their own sticker sheets at home. To print off your own sticker sheets via the website you can order sets of 25 blank sticker sheets in A4 format. A single set provides you with 1925 stickers. The blank sticker sheets can be ordered at www.pictogenda.com. The pictograms you have downloaded can be used in different formats, for example, when explaining information on communication boards or systems, or in reports or stories.


Sticker sheet repeat orders

Aside from assembling and printing off your own sticker sheets at www. pictogenda.com you can also get a ready-to-order sticker set. This sticker set matches the sticker sheets included at the back of the Pictogenda, and has 6 punch holes. For more information visit www.pictogenda.com.

Creative, customised visualisation of information for the user

Apart from pictograms, drawing specific information can also help explain things for the user. The pen holder that is attached to the cover allows you to always have a pen or pencil to hand. When drawing an event its most characteristic element should be used. A simple drawing is usually enough for the user if it has been drawn in front of them or follows on from a conversation. So when visualising specific people something specific about their appearance, home, town, pet or occupation should be drawn. Photos from brochures and magazines, or admission tickets of outings with pictures on them can also be used.

Daily breakdown

A single day runs from top to bottom. The daily breakdown is explained in more detail in the comic strip on the colour pages. Two blank clocks are shown per part of the day, to indicate start/end times.

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TIP: Discussing with the user what they are going to do or have done this morning, afternoon or evening will increase their understanding, and use, of these time indications. Aside from the pre-printed plates you could draw a meal, for example, a sandwich or a hot dinner. The clocks have been left out at the end of the week as the daily breakdown is most likely different then: extra blank clocks are printed on the sticker sheets for the weekend days or if needed for the evenings. To indicate that the day has ended, the little box below the day can be coloured in or crossed out.

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TIP: If the whole day is crossed out once it has ended, the information it contains will be less easy to read for the user, which makes the Pictogenda less suitable to use as a diary.

Weekly breakdown

The bottom corners of the pages are perforated. The corners can be torn off at the end of each week. This makes it easier for the user to open the diary themselves at the right week. The ribbon attached to the Pictogenda is also there to help mark the pages. We recommend you practise folding back weeks, and finding the right week, with the user.

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TIP: You can print off enlarged day names at www.pictogenda.com. You can use these to practise the sequence in weekdays with the user, along with time concepts such as today, tomorrow, yesterday, etc.


The holiday pictograms are pre-printed. If a particular holiday doesn’t apply to the user you can wite-out the pictogram or cover it.

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TIP: If the user is worried or anxious about an approaching holiday (for example the feast of Christmas Day) you can temporarily remove the week in which the holiday falls, preferably in consultation with the user.

Address pages

All important information about the Pictogenda user can be written and drawn in the first page of the diary. We have included extra address pages to help the user keep the details of the most important people in their life to hand. This helps them to independently make a phone call or copy out an address onto a postcard for example. Characteristic features (perhaps a passport photo) can be added next to the address to help the user recognise the address. These address pages can be removed at the end of the year and put into the next year’s Pictogenda.

School and work timetables

All fixed work or school timetables or leisure activities can be visualised on the undated week pages using the pictograms. A blank timetable is available for each quarter. You can of course indicate fixed activities on each of the dated week pages, but these could also just be used to make a note of any changes. You can also use the Pictogenda as a school diary. Download the school timetable at www.pictogenda.com and add this to the Pictogenda. On the website you can also find instructions on how to use the school timetable.

Repeat orders, perforation or arrangement of pages

We have added blank pages at the back of the Pictogenda that can be used to exchange information or to add things to (holiday photos, cuttings, drawings etc.). You can choose where to insert these pages in the Pictogenda. A6 ring binder format has been chosen for the Pictogenda as this is the international diary format. You can also buy separate blank, lined or squared A5 paper from other loose-leaf 6 ring diary formats (e.g. at http://collinsdebden.com. au or www.filofax.com.au). You can also order 6 ring perforators and tabs from these suppliers. You can put stickers on the tabs to help find the different sections quickly. = For the personal = For the and instruction section calendar section

= For the sticker section


Colour pages

Aside from the 2 colour photo pages that explain the daily breakdown and provide practical tips for the user, extra colour pages are included throughout the Pictogenda. This year these include two healthy recipes, a tip to personalise your Pictogenda and various puzzles.

Notes for the following year

Lastly, a calendar for the first half of the following year is included at the back of the Pictogenda. You can already make a note of important details or appointments on this.

Cover

The Pictogenda cover can be used for a number of years. It is easy to clean with a damp cloth and a cleaning agent. There are also insertion pockets inside of the cover, to save things in. Some users may wish to personalise their Pictogenda, with their name or a photo of themselves for example on the cover of the Pictogenda.

Insertion pocket

There is also a see-through plastic insertion pocket at the front of the Pictogenda. These can hold personalised sticker sheets, life stories or any correspondence between the teacher and parents for example. For users who can’t yet properly open the Pictogenda at the right week the insertion pocket can also be used as a bookmark.

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TIP: Print off enlarged day name pictograms at www.pictogenda.com and slide the relevant pictogram into the insertion pocket each day. This helps to learn the right day name faster.

Have fun with the new Pictogenda!


Meaning of pictograms Days, months, Pictogenda breakdown

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

friday

saturday

sunday

january

february

march

april

may

june

july

august

september

october

november

december

Pictogenda

sticking stickers

name

get up

bedtime

diner time

actual time to complete

Holidays

New Year’s Eve

New Year

Epiphany

Australia Day

Waitangi Day

Valentine’s day

Easter

April fool’s day

ANZAC Day

Ascension day

Mother’s Day

Father’s Day

Halloween

All Hallows

All Souls

Christmas


Activities

work

weaving

paint

woodwork

jobs/repair

letter

paper activity

phone

shopping sales

money matters

wallet

pack bag

enter lists

make cheese

food preserves

make wine

jewelry making

create candles

gardening

children’s farm

supervision

meetings

course / study

rest break

physical therapy

movement therapy

speech therapy

music therapy

snoezelen

Household

provide meals

cold meal

hot meal

drinking coffee, hot drink

cooking, roast/bake

bread bakery

vegetable preparation

fruit preparation

domestic work

dishwashing

drying

dishwasher

cleaning

toilet cleaning

vacuum cleaning

set the table

cleaning table

washing

ironing

plant care

go shopping

make the bed

clean bedroom

chores

wheelie bin

key


School

school

no school

reading

mathematics

writing

language

geography

history

draw

manual labour

textile/handicrafts

music

gymnastics

computer

work experience

social skills

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playing together

homework

test

Leisure activities

walk

cycling

dancing

TV/DVD watching

games

puzzle

checkers

mini golf

bowling

terrace/ to sit outside

ice cream

eating hot chips

eating cake

lolly

restaurant

barbecue

holiday

sleepover

taking photos

listen to music

email, Internet

visit

market visit

buy clothes

buy shoes

church visit

library

club

hobby club

theatre, cinema

scouting

zoo

playground

sea

forest / park

play game

game computer

sleep in

holidays at home

alcohol

cold drink

smoking


Sports

skating

soccer

netball, volleyball

hockey

badminton

table tennis

tennis

horse riding

jazz ballet, disco

fitness

yoga

swimming

running

rugby

present

birthday

children’s party

anniversary

fair

parade

marry

ambulance

fire drill/fire

man

judo

Events

bouquet

POLI

baby

funeral

move

farewell

police

woman

in love

group/family

grandmother

grandfather

teeth cleaning

shaving

wash

shower

bath

dress/undress

weigh

to toilet

sanitary towel

medications

cream

glasses

hearing aid

hairdresser

pedicure

sick, pain

doctor

needle

hospital

operation

dentist

accident

afraid

angry

Well-being


Well-being

happy

tired

good

not good

understand

noise

walk

wheelchair

bicycle

taxi

car

van

bus

motor

train

boat

plane

dog

bird

fish

mouse

guinea pig

rabbit

storm

snow

fog

frost

sad

Transport

truck

Pets

cat

Unusual weather conditions

heat

rain

lightning

slippery


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Congratulations! In front of you is the new Pictogenda

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In this diary you can show what you are planning to do each day, or what you did that day. With the aid of the Pictogenda you won’t forget appointments, like for instance your horse riding lesson

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In the back of the diary you will find a selection of pictogram stickers and every pictogram has its own meaning. You can place a pictogram on the day of the activity. For example if you have fitness

and baking

as planned

activities. You can also use it to show what you did that day. Like visiting a fair or show.

In this year’s Pictogenda you will also find some fun puzzles and information on how to personalise your Pictogenda. We have also added two tips for healthy snacks

: lovely recipes with vegetables

Have fun with your Pictogenda! The Pictogenda Team

Paste your day

and fruit

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Sometimes I cook soup in the kitchen. Lots of vegetables go in. The soup needs to simmer and be stirred regularly. Soup is healthy!

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The beginning of the day is on top. Today is Thursday. My name is Hank and I am 42 years old. I work at a restaurant/bakery in my hometown. I take the bus to work. A lot of different people work here. People also come here to eat and drink. I work in the kitchen and in the bakery. I start work at 9 o’ clock in the morning.

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Thursday

How to use the Pictogenda 2

The morning is almost finished. At 11.30 a.m. I have lunch together with my colleagues. I prepare a ham and cheese roll for myself. I also have some soup and salad. This is a nice healthy lunch!

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Today I start work in the bakery. We are baking delicious apple pies! I am kneading the dough firmly. Next to me are little pies. I just finished putting the pastry strips on them. These are now ready to be baked.


At the end of the afternoon I go home. I have dinner with my house mates. Today we are eating a hot meal: chicken curry with rice.

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In the afternoon I work in the kitchen again. I prepare salads and bread rolls. I cut the rolls in the middle with a knife, and then I put some ham, cheese and egg on them. Out of the containers I get different vegetables and put them on top.

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Every Thursday I go horse riding. I do have more activities during the week. I also do fitness足training, ride my bike and I play dance games on my game console. Today is finished. I am going to bed. When the day has finished you can put a cross in this square.

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All the pies are baked. They are cooling down in rows on the workbench. A lot of people buy our apple pies. I am very proud of our delicious pies!

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Personalise your Pictogenda! The Pictogenda is a diary but also a personal journal. It has a lot of information about your life. It is important that you can see it is yours. Use the ribbon to personalise your Pictogenda by attaching something nice. Take a look at the photo for suggestions. This will also make it easier to hold the ribbon and open the diary on the appropriate week. You can also make something yourself to attach to the ribbon. You can put on some big beautiful beads. Now everyone can see it is your diary!

Create a beaded bookmark

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1: In the craft store purchase a minimum of 12 beads that you really like. You might like to get smaller beads as well. Choose beads that match the colour of the cover of your Pictogenda!


2 2: Take a piece of string. Use a thin, but strong, piece of string that will fit through the beads. This white string is too thick. The blue string is just right! The string needs to be approximately 130 cm long. You can also use a (key) ring. That way it will be easy to attach your beaded bookmark to next year’s Pictogenda.

3 3: Cut the string into 6 pieces of 20 cm. That is approximately the length of your Pictogenda. Put them together (bundle them). Tie a large knot right in the middle. At the same time attach the reading ribbon. If you are using a key ring, you tie the pieces of string to this. Always tie the knot in the middle of each piece of string.

4 4: Now thread a bead onto each piece of string. If you have more beads thread them on as well. With some beads the holes are really big. With these you need to use a small bead next to it. Tie a knot at the end of the string. Cut off any loose bits. Your beaded bookmark is finished!


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Get a pencil and a rubber. Look for the dot • at number 1. Then look for the dot • at number 2. Now draw a line from dot 1 to dot 2. Continue to dot 3 and so on. When you reach the last dot you have finished!

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Easter egg hunt Find the 10 easter eggs!


Fruit Skewers What do you need to do?

What do you need? (for 30 skewers) • 30 seedless green grapes • 30 seedless red grapes • 30 blueberries • 5 large mandarins • 6 bananas • 15 large strawberries (or 30 small) • 30 wooden skewers • optional: half a Rockmelon and lemon (juice)

Remove the grapes from the stem. Wash the berries, grapes and strawberries. Peel the mandarins and remove as much as you can of the white bits. Now break it into segments.

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Remove the green leaves of the straw­ berries. Cut the strawberries in half. Peel the bananas. Now cut them into 2 cm slices (approximately the thickness of a thumb).

What else do you need to get started? • a knife • a cutting board • an apron • 5 small bowls • a platter

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Put the bowls of fruit in front of you. Line them up. Next thread a berry, a green grape, strawberry, banana, mandarin and a red grape on a skewer.

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Arrange the fruit skewers on a platter. It is even more fun if you stick them in half a melon.

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If you are not eating the fruit skewers straight away, you will need to squeeze some lemon juice on the banana. If you have used an apple or pear then you need to squeeze lemon juice on these as well. This will prevent the fruit from discolouring. Enjoy this healthy snack!


Pictogram-Maze Which pictograms go together? Follow the path!

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Sudoku: Sport This is a Sudoku puzzle. The Sudoku has 4 squares. Each square has 4 boxes. Every square needs to get 4 different sport pictograms. You can see the pictograms at the top of the page. The Sudoku also has 4 rows. These rows go from left to right. There are also rows from top to bottom. Every row needs to get 4 different sport pictograms as well. Some of the boxes are already filled in. Place the right pictogram in the empty boxes. Good luck with solving this sporty Sudoku!

Use the stickers from your Pictogenda or download for free from www.pictogenda.com. If you like you can draw your own pictures!


Vegetable Dragon What do you need to do?

What do you need? (for 12 skewers) • 1 cucumber • 1 yellow capsicum • 12 baby gherkins • 2 celery sticks • 12 pickled onions • 12 wooden skewers • optional: toothpicks

Wash the cucumber, the capsicum and the celery. Cut the capsicum open and remove all the seeds. Now cut the capsicum into square pieces of approximately 3 by 3 cm. Keep 1 long strip separate for later. Cut the ends of the celery sticks. Now cut the celery into 3 cm pieces.

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What else do you need to get started? • a knife • a cheese slicer or potato peeler • a cutting board • an apron • a bowl • a long platter

Cut a thick, broad slice out of the middle of the cucumber. This will be the dragon’s back. Then peel away 2 pieces of skin from underneath (middle section). This is so your dragon won’t roll over! Now make a small cut into the pointy end of the cucumber. This will be the dragon’s mouth.


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Open the mouth with a little piece of a skewer. Cut 2 small holes on either side of the mouth. These will be the eyes of the dragon. Put the dragon on the platter. Take the thick slice of cucumber you cut out earlier and cut it into 12 pieces. Remove the gherkins and pickles out of the jar with a spoon. Get everything ready to thread the skewers.

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On a skewer thread a piece of cucumber, pickled onion, a piece of celery, a gherkin and finally a piece of capsicum. Get the long strip of capsicum (you kept aside earlier) and, at one end, give it a cut in the middle. This is the fire tongue of your dragon. Put it in its mouth. Use 2 small pieces of capsicum for the eyes. You can use a small piece of a skewer to put them in the holes that you cut earlier. Place the skewers in the back of the dragon. This dragon looks dangerous but is very healthy!


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

General timetable


Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

General timetable


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

General timetable


Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

General timetable


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

General timetable


Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

General timetable


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

General timetable


Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

General timetable


24 Monday

25 Tuesday

Wednesday

Christmas

week 52

26 Christmas

December 2012


27 Thursday

28 Friday

29 Saturday

30 Sunday

December 2012


31 Monday

1 Tuesday

New Year’s Eve

week 1

2 Wednesday

New Year

January


3 Thursday

4 Friday

5 Saturday

6 Sunday

Epiphany

January 2013


7 Monday

week 2

8 Tuesday

9 Wednesday

January


10 Thursday

11 Friday

12 Saturday

13 Sunday

January 2013


14 Monday

week 3

15 Tuesday

16 Wednesday

January


17 Thursday

18 Friday

19 Saturday

20 Sunday

January 2013


21 Monday

week 4

22 Tuesday

23 Wednesday

January


24 Thursday

25 Friday

26 Saturday

Australia Day

27 Sunday

January 2013


28 Monday

week 5

29 Tuesday

30 Wednesday

January


31 Thursday

1 Friday

2 Saturday

3 Sunday

February 2013


4 Monday

5 Tuesday

6 Wednesday

Waitangi Day

week 6

February


7 Thursday

8 Friday

9 Saturday

10 Sunday

February 2013


11 Monday

week 7

12 Tuesday

13 Wednesday

February


14 Thursday

15 Friday

16 Saturday

Valentine’s Day

17 Sunday

February 2013


18 Monday

week 8

19 Tuesday

20 Wednesday

February


21 Thursday

22 Friday

23 Saturday

24 Sunday

February 2013


25 Monday

week 9

26 Tuesday

27 Wednesday

February


28 Thursday

1 Friday

2 Saturday

3 Sunday

March 2013


4 Monday

week 10

5 Tuesday

6 Wednesday

March


7 Thursday

8 Friday

9 Saturday

10 Sunday

March 2013


11 Monday

week 11

12 Tuesday

13 Wednesday

March


14 Thursday

15 Friday

16 Saturday

17 Sunday

March 2013


18 Monday

week 12

19 Tuesday

20 Wednesday

March


21 Thursday

22 Friday

23 Saturday

24 Sunday

March 2013


25 Monday

week 13

26 Tuesday

27 Wednesday

March


28 Thursday

29 Friday

30 Saturday

31 Sunday

Easter

March 2013


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Monday

Tuesday

Easter

week 14

3 Wednesday

April fool’s day

April


4 Thursday

5 Friday

6 Saturday

7 Sunday

April 2013


8 Monday

week 15

9 Tuesday

10 Wednesday

April


11 Thursday

12 Friday

13 Saturday

14 Sunday

April 2013


15 Monday

week 16

16 Tuesday

17 Wednesday

April


18 Thursday

19 Friday

20 Saturday

21 Sunday

April 2013


22 Monday

week 17

23 Tuesday

24 Wednesday

April


25 Thursday

26 Friday

27 Saturday

ANZAC Day

28 Sunday

April 2013


29 Monday

week 18

30 Tuesday

1 Wednesday

April


2 Thursday

3 Friday

4 Saturday

5 Sunday

May 2013


6 Monday

week 19

7 Tuesday

8 Wednesday

May


9 Thursday

10 Friday

11 Saturday

Ascension Day

12 Sunday

Mother’s Day

May 2013


13 Monday

week 20

14 Tuesday

15 Wednesday

May


16 Thursday

17 Friday

18 Saturday

19 Sunday

May 2013


20 Monday

week 21

21 Tuesday

22 Wednesday

May


23 Thursday

24 Friday

25 Saturday

26 Sunday

May 2013


27 Monday

week 22

28 Tuesday

29 Wednesday

May


30 Thursday

31 Friday

1 Saturday

2 Sunday

June 2013


3 Monday

week 23

4 Tuesday

5 Wednesday

June


6 Thursday

7 Friday

8 Saturday

9 Sunday

June 2013


10 Monday

week 24

11 Tuesday

12 Wednesday

June


13 Thursday

14 Friday

15 Saturday

16 Sunday

June 2013


17 Monday

week 25

18 Tuesday

19 Wednesday

June


20 Thursday

21 Friday

22 Saturday

23 Sunday

June 2013


24 Monday

week 26

25 Tuesday

26 Wednesday

June


27 Thursday

28 Friday

29 Saturday

30 Sunday

June 2013


1 Monday

week 27

2 Tuesday

3 Wednesday

July


4 Thursday

5 Friday

6 Saturday

7 Sunday

July 2013


8 Monday

week 28

9 Tuesday

10 Wednesday

July


11 Thursday

12 Friday

13 Saturday

14 Sunday

July 2013


15 Monday

week 29

16 Tuesday

17 Wednesday

July


18 Thursday

19 Friday

20 Saturday

21 Sunday

July 2013


22 Monday

week 30

23 Tuesday

24 Wednesday

July


25 Thursday

26 Friday

27 Saturday

28 Sunday

July 2013


29 Monday

week 31

30 Tuesday

31 Wednesday

July


1 Thursday

2 Friday

3 Saturday

4 Sunday

August 2013


5 Monday

week 32

6 Tuesday

7 Wednesday

August


8 Thursday

9 Friday

10 Saturday

11 Sunday

August 2013


12 Monday

week 33

13 Tuesday

14 Wednesday

August


15 Thursday

16 Friday

17 Saturday

18 Sunday

August 2013


19 Monday

week 34

20 Tuesday

21 Wednesday

August


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23 Friday

24 Saturday

25 Sunday

August 2013


26 Monday

week 35

27 Tuesday

28 Wednesday

August


29 Thursday

30 Friday

31 Saturday

1 Sunday

Father’s Day

August 2013


2 Monday

3 Tuesday

week 36

4 Wednesday

September


5 Thursday

6 Friday

7 Saturday

8 Sunday

September 2013


9 Monday

10 Tuesday

week 37

11 Wednesday

September


12 Thursday

13 Friday

14 Saturday

15 Sunday

September 2013


16 Monday

17 Tuesday

week 38

18 Wednesday

September


19 Thursday

20 Friday

21 Saturday

22 Sunday

September 2013


23 Monday

24 Tuesday

week 39

25 Wednesday

September


26 Thursday

27 Friday

28 Saturday

29 Sunday

September 2012


30 Monday

1 Tuesday

week 40

2 Wednesday

October


3 Thursday

4 Friday

5 Saturday

6 Sunday

October 2013


7 Monday

8 Tuesday

week 41

9 Wednesday

October


10 Thursday

11 Friday

12 Saturday

13 Sunday

October 2013


14 Monday

15 Tuesday

week 42

16 Wednesday

October


17 Thursday

18 Friday

19 Saturday

20 Sunday

October 2013


21 Monday

22 Tuesday

week 43

23 Wednesday

October


24 Thursday

25 Friday

26 Saturday

27 Sunday

October 2013


28 Monday

29 Tuesday

week 44

30 Wednesday

October


31 Thursday

1 Friday

Halloween

2 Saturday

All Hallows

All Souls

3 Sunday

November 2013


4 Monday

5 Tuesday

week 45

6 Wednesday

November


7 Thursday

8 Friday

9 Saturday

10 Sunday

November 2013


11 Monday

12 Tuesday

week 46

13 Wednesday

November


14 Thursday

15 Friday

16 Saturday

17 Sunday

November 2013


18 Monday

19 Tuesday

week 47

20 Wednesday

November


21 Thursday

22 Friday

23 Saturday

24 Sunday

November 2013


25 Monday

26 Tuesday

week 48

27 Wednesday

November


28 Thursday

29 Friday

30 Saturday

1 Sunday

November 2013


2 Monday

week 49

3 Tuesday

4 Wednesday

December


5 Thursday

6 Friday

7 Saturday

8 Sunday

December 2013


9 Monday

week 50

10 Tuesday

11 Wednesday

December


12 Thursday

13 Friday

14 Saturday

15 Sunday

December 2013


16 Monday

week 51

17 Tuesday

18 Wednesday

December


19 Thursday

20 Friday

21 Saturday

22 Sunday

December 2013


23 Monday

24 Tuesday

25 Wednesday

Christmas

week 52

December


26 Thursday

27 Friday

28 Saturday

Boxing Day

29 Sunday

December 2013


30 Monday

31 Tuesday

Wednesday

New Year’s Eve

week 1

1 New Year

January


2 Thursday

3 Friday

4 Saturday

5 Sunday

January 2014


January

February

March

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Notes 2014


April

May

June

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Notes 2014


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