These are all the parts needed to make your very own "monster" from the story. Children can cut and paste using fine motor skills while still being creative and making their monster, naming it and using it to re tell the story.
KinderReadAloud is a supplemental read aloud curriculum created by a teacher for teachers! KinderReadAloud was designed as a way for teachers to assist in closing the “30 million word gap.” What is the “30 million word gap?” Researchers proved that students coming into school from less privileged
Money, Money, Money
This Packet Includes:
Coin Flashcards With Touch Money Points
A Coin Recognition Quiz
Candy Shop Activity
(you can buy different candy or snacks for your class and make each candy/snack a different price. The students can use pretend money to “buy” the cand
I based the story on a book I read my boys called "The Monster Who Ate My Peas"
(link to ENGLISH version)- https://www.amazon.com/Monster-Who-Ate-My-Peas/dp/1561455334/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1498007006&sr=8-1&keywords=monster+who+ate+my+peas
It uses the following vocabulary (in presen