Know an em dash from an ellipsis? What's the difference between brackets and braces? Delight the punctuation patrol with funny grammatical art that amuses and painlessly educates. Grammar nerds love this calendar!
January: The Ellipsis - there are only three dots...not fifteen
February: The Semicolon - not just for winky faces
March: The apostrophe - doesn't make your last name plural, I promise
April: The Asterisk - not just the kissy face in your text, it points to important footnotes
May: The Braces - the third level of parenthetical that you probably didn't need
June: The Question Mark - you only need one, maybe two...if you really need to know
July: The Comma - learn to love me, but don't overuse me
August: The Ampersand - the conjunction used when you're too lazy to type those two extra keys for "and"
September: The Period - the run-on sentence killer
October: The Quotation Marks - not to be used for emphasis, that's what bold type is for
November: The Parentheses - the hug your snarky words needed
December: The Explanation Point - you only need one, maybe two...if you're really excited
Details and Dimensions:
12" x 12"
Durable cover and punch hole
Quotes on each page
Full color art
Printed on high-quality FSC-certified paper. The FSC Mix label ensures that the timber used to produce the paper is from a mixture of reclaimed timber or fiber, FSC-certified forests and/or controlled wood.
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