Monster Adjectives • Roll A Monster & Texture Art Lesson • Easy Art Activity

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K - 3rd, Homeschool
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Students loved this fun and creative art activity. Blackline masters, examples, and other supporting pages were all incredibly useful in supporting students towards success.
This was a fun lesson to bring out when I was relieving - the kids had a lot of fun revealing their monster designs.
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Introduce your students to a new set of friends with the Texture Monsters product! This set of 4 friendly monsters is ready to help your students create textures and use adjectives.

With this pack, your students will be able to draw or color a monster, create a texture on the monster, and then select adjectives to describe the monster. This is a great way to help your students practice their drawing skills, their writing skills, and their vocabulary. Plus, the monsters are so cute that your students are sure to love them! So get your students started on some art and writing exercises with this fun product!

Your students will:

  • Draw or color a monster.
  • Create a texture on the monster.
  • Select adjectives to describe the monster.


  • Drawing/Art
  • Language Arts/Writing

What You Get:

  • Teacher Instructions (7 pages)
  • Directed Drawing (1 page)
  • Choice Drawing (2 pages)
  • Roll & Draw (2 pages)
  • Print & Go (2 pages)
  • Textures (1 page)
  • Labels (1 page)
  • Drawing Page (1 page)
  • Media Experiment Page (1 page)
  • Monster Adjectives (1 page)
  • Coloring Pages (12 pages)

>>>>> A total of 31 pages!


What happy teachers are saying:


There was so many options for this product. I am sure I will use it in lots of different ways. This week I used the ready made monsters and some texture plates for my Kindergarteners. I only have them for about 15-20 mins each week and this activity filled that time perfectly. However, if you needed more time filled there is plenty of options there for a fabulous lesson. It was successful at teaching the element of texture I am very happy with my purchase.


This was the perfect project to support learning about adjectives. The examples of different monster parts were explicit, yet simple. Children were able to draw a variety of monsters in a very short time. We used white crayons to add the texture, colored some of the main parts with bright crayon, and then did a watercolor wash over the entire monster. I added a graphic organizer where they could use adjectives to describe the details of their monster and then we did a linked writing. It is the perfect October bulletin board.


I love how creative, interactive and fun this lesson is. I used it with my 1st grader, as well as sending it home to all of my elementary students, and she loved it. The possibilities are endless! I'm going to hang on to this lesson to use as sub plans and/or as an early finisher activity.

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31 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use adjectives and adverbs, and choose between them depending on what is to be modified.


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