The teaching Calendar was designed to improve a child's ability to learn and use a calendar by improving their knowledge and memory recall of nonphysical topics such as space and time. A child's understanding of nonphysical topics like space and time and memory recall of specifics points of space and time can be improved by associating them with physical items from their memory. The days of the week are pictorially displayed through a liner landscape picture and combined with the first letters of the name of the days to improve memory recall. By creating a pictorial landscape with a begging, end, or cycle to reference points from, a child can now improve memory recall based on memory association technique and applied symbols. The calendar also incorporates a voice record feature to allow parents to leave reminder notes on each day of the week to help build audio memory referencing for a child once the alarm is set each morning. Example: "Don't forget your homework today. "