A parent or teacher wanting to expose children to word search puzzles could of course buy a printed book full of word search puzzles, but the problem with this is that you don't get to choose the words. An alternative idea is to make and print your own puzzles _ with the help of appropriate word search puzzle maker software it's actually very quick and easy to do. Using the right software also provides other advantages _ you can print as many copies of each puzzle as you want, and you can even choose the size of the letter grid or directions words are hidden in (for example by turning off diagonal and backward directions), so as to adjust the puzzle difficulty.
The secret is in what search words you use; the more parallel to your needs, the closer you get. Be specific in your search terms. A place to begin might be: free calendar formats". If that doesn't give you what you want try adding words like Excel, Word, PDF, printable, or monthly, yearly, weekly, full page, quarterly, portrait/landscape, etc. For example: "free 2008 printable Excel calendar spreadsheet" or "calendar word download 2008 annual free" are more specific. Most big sites that offer calendars will have more than one year so the " is not necessary, but a web page with 2010 in it's keywords, description and page title will frequently be closer to what you really want.