MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK

MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
MONSTER PRESCHOOL WORKSHEET PACK
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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 THINKING
- 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.)

VISUAL PERCEPTION
- 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)

AUDITORY PERCEPTION
- 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.)

TIME PERCEPTION
- 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)

SPACIAL AWARENESS
- 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

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67 pages
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