October is a great time to let a few monsters into your classroom. I’ve rounded up three of my favorite monster books along with a few of my fave monster activities from themailbox.com.
Wishing you a monstrously great time!
If You’re a Monster and You Know It takes the form of the kid’s song “If You’re Happy and You Know It.” Lots of monster-like sounds and movements!
This silly monster isn’t interested is being scary. He wants to clean up your messes!
Fum, foe, fie, fee; monsters don’t eat broccoli. This cute book is about what monsters will and won’t eat.
Review basic shapes and color words.
Turn a footprint into a one-of-a-kind Frankenstein!
Insert action words to create a monstrously fun mad-lib!