MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
Tracing, drawing, coloring, cutting, gluing, sorting, counting, sequencing,… and much more!
These monster worksheets are a great aid for preschool teachers. You can build a whole monster lesson plan on them or use them as a supplement of your lessons.
All 22 worksheets are very neatly structured (without any frames or other embellishments), the instructions are clear and simple, and a big plus are cute little monster stories that motivate the children to dive into the task and better enjoy the learning process (e.g. motivation for practicing straight vertical lines: “Oh no! My balloons are getting away! I forgot to tie them to the stones!” Help Stanley the monster by drawing strings from the balloons to the stones.)
Worksheets come in both colored and B&W versions (except 4 worksheets where colors are omitted for the task).
All mathematical worksheets that work with number concepts also come in a version without numerals.
This pack also includes flashcards with names of the 10 monsters that the children meet while using the worksheets (flashcards come in a colored as well as a B&W version).
THE MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK INCLUDES:
PRE-WRITING PRACTICE (graphomotor skills)
- Practicing straight horizontal lines (Trace the lines and then draw straight lines from each monster to its most favorite food.)
- Practicing straight vertical lines (Trace the lines and then draw strings from the monster’s balloons.)
- Practicing zig zag lines (Trace the lines and then draw spiky teeth on the toothless monsters.)
- Practicing wavy lines (Trace the lines and then draw waves around the boat with monsters.)
- Practicing circles (Trace the lines and then draw necklaces for the monster girl.)
- Practicing loopy lines (Trace the lines and then draw a loopy chord on the monster’s old fashioned phone.)
- Mathematical dictation (Draw what is missing on unfinished monsters.)
- Number concepts 1-6 (Count the monsters’ teeth and write the number / draw the correct number of lines.)
- Number concepts 1-6 (Count the monsters and write the number / draw the correct number of lines.)
- More or less? (Circle the group that has more monsters.)
- Sorting according to size (Put the monsters in the correct order from smallest to biggest. - cut and glue activity)
- Recognizing differences in size (Can you find the monsters’ twins? Circle the one that is the same size.)
- Matching shadows (Draw lines to match monsters with their shadows.)
- Noticing mistakes + fixing them (Each monster is missing something – draw what is missing.)
- Noticing details – putting parts of a picture in their correct place. (Put each small square on a monster picture exactly where it belongs. - cut and glue activity)
- Putting together a two-piece puzzle (Match the monsters’ heads with the correct bodies. - cut and glue activity)
- Putting together a six-piece puzzle (Cut a picture of a monster along the lines, mix it up, and then put it back together. - cut and glue activity)
- Making rhymes – cat x hat, slug x bug, frog x dog (Can you help the monster to write a poem? Draw lines to connect pictures that rhyme.)
- Sequencing three pictures to make a logical story (What did the monster do? Put the pictures in the correct time order. - cut and glue activity)
- Practicing prepositions – in, on, under, behind, next to, in front of (Color the monster in the box green, the one behind the box pink,…)
- Practicing positions – first, last, middle (Take your red pencil and color the monster who is first,…)
- Practicing positions – on the top, on the bottom, in the middle (Take your blue pencil and color the monster on the top,…), there is also a more difficult version practicing in the top left corner, in the bottom right corner,…
Please check out my other monster related teaching material:
- Free Monster Preschool worksheets
- Monster Number Flashcards
- Monster School - Math Busy Bags