Enjoy planning with kids fun using this free printable Dr. Seuss-Inspired Calendar for 2019! Featuring your favorite Dr. Seuss characters and themes, this calendar is fabulous for classroom, library, homeschool, and family fun.
The amazing books by Dr. Seuss have always held a special place in my heart. From precious memories with my mom to creating my own special moments with my boys, Dr. Seuss resources have never failed to bring a grin stretching from ear to ear.
My Love for All Things Seuss & Reason for This Dr. Seuss-Inspired Calendar
I remember snuggling with my mom and being mesmerized by how she easily read through the tongue-twisters and made-up words. Silly rhymes and phrases that appeared such a challenge to my young eyes would just roll off her tongue. And mom would make it funny, with different voices and speeds!
And I was determined to be able to read aloud just as smoothly and entertainingly. Not an easy task for a girl with a slight lisp and so shy that she’d hide behind her mom’s legs, wishing she could turn on some invisible powers or melt into the ground.
So, I’d practice. With a huge stack of Dr. Seuss books precariously balancing on the edge of my bed, I’d read aloud these favorite stories to my beloved stuffed animals, even my baby sister when I could finagle her to sit still for a few minutes.
Oh, the places you’ll go!.
Indeed. Because reading and rereading those books aloud helped me build confidence as a reader. I mean, no one wants to trip over the words and look like a fool!
Here are a few of my favorite Dr. Seuss books:
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (I Can Read It All by Myself)Green Eggs and HamFox in Socks (Beginner Books)The Cat in the HatThe Lorax (Classic Seuss)Hop on Pop (I Can Read It All By Myself)The Foot Book: Dr. Seuss’s Wacky Book of OppositesSix by Seuss: A Treasury of Dr. Seuss ClassicsHow the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Classic Seuss)Horton Hears a Who!The Butter Battle Book: (New York Times Notable Book of the Year) (Classic Seuss)
And so began my love of all things Dr. Seuss. Naturally, after my positive experiences, I wanted to share this love with my five boys. I look for all sorts of ways to excite their love of reading, including fun things like this free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Calendar for 2019.
Fun Ways to Use This Free Dr. Seuss-Inspired Calendar for 2019
This free printable pack of Dr. Seuss-Inspired Calendar for 2019 includes a simplistic layout featuring your favorite Seuss characters for 12 months. The monthly pages will print on standard-size paper (8 1/2″ x 11″) so you can pop into your binder. There’s plenty of room to jot down appointments, events, and reminders.
- January: Cat in the Hat
- February: Fox in Socks
- March: Sam I Am
- April: The Lorax
- May: Hot Air Balloon (Great Day for UP!)
- June: One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
- July: Thing 1 & Thing 2
- August: The Fish (from Cat in the Hat)
- September: Ten Apples Up On Top!
- October: Yertle the Turtle
- November: Horton the Elephant
- December: The Grinch
Here are a few fun ways you can also use this calendar with your kids:
- In your classroom to write down and look forward to fun events
- At the library to plan storytime and other fun activities
- In your homeschool
- As a family calendar for appointments, practices, reminders, and more!
- Plan activities for fun holidays
- Jot down when you’d like to read your Dr. Seuss books
- Record what Dr. Seuss books you’ve read (maybe even give a rating out of 5 stars)
- Organize how you’ll use these 100+ Dr. free Dr. Seuss printables
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What’s your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Character? Let me know in the comments 🙂