My mom recently gave me a stack of calendars. Two of which are actually usable...wait...actually ALL of them! 2 are actually 2012, but the rest range from 2009-2011. One of those calendars was a Dr. Seuss theme. I quickly took all the pages off and brainstormed. Here are some ideas I came up with:
Simple: Use pictures as decoration. You could frame or just simply tape on the wall. I put these three in our school library as Dr. Seuss' birthday is coming up.
Here I cut some photos up randomly to make puzzles:
These were cute little pictures of trees, balloons, animals, characters that I protected with contact paper and attached velcro (hook side) on the back. Great use on a flannel board to make up your own story!
This was my favorite idea. On the back of your calendar there are mini photos of all the months pictures, right? So I color copied those pictures, cut them up and made it into a matching game! I glued the color copy to a file folder and used the sturdy calendar pictures as the cards to match.