Looking for play-based, super fun, grab and go Monster Worksheets for Preschool kiddos?
The Monster Preschool Binder is packed with a variety of preschool skills practice, all while playing with toys, playdough, and common craft supplies
Why are our Monthly Preschool Binders so popular with moms and teachers…
- Building Independence: Kids are able to work on their own or in small groups at their table to use their binders. It encourages them to self-start and learn/play on their own.
- Easy Prep: Print and slip the pages into sheet protectors. It’s that simple! No cutting and laminating required.
- Play-Based: These interactive, hands-on activities are built to engage little minds, use multiple senses, and make learning ridiculously fun.
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Monster Binder Activities
Build A Monster
Cookie Monster Counting
This adorable monster needs a face. Help build his face with the correct number of eyes, hair and teeth.
Do you have a cookie monster at your house? Count out the chocolate chips and cook up the correct number of cookies shown.
Book Monster Numbers
Monster Hair Patterns
Help the monsters find their numbers on the books. Place a monster or other manipulative on the books that match the monsters numbers.
Even monsters like getting their hair styled. Create the pattern with buttons to help the monster with his crazy hair!
Making 10 Monsters
How many different ways can you make 10? Grab your googly eyes or monster puppets to complete the 10 frame.
These monsters are searching in the stars for their letters. Help them find the letters that match their letter balloons. Cover each matching letter.
House of Monsters
Shape Face Monsters
Help the monsters build their house by matching the colored blocks. Show how many of each of each block you use with a magnet number or write it with a dry erase marker.
Kids will have a blast creating their monster’s face with buttons, cereal, pom poms, googly eyes. Next, find all the shapes that match the target shape.
Need some no-prep, print and go preschool worksheets?
Work on your tracing. Get scissor practice and practice other early education skills like counting, letters, shapes, colors, sorting, and more.
Use them as a one time worksheet or print them on colored paper and laminate to use as a play mat.
Sneak a peek at the worksheets in this set below.