Looking for something new to do with your preschoolers? These monster activities for preschool are just what you need to engage your little ones.
These monster preschool activities are a great way to reinforce skills, practice storytelling, and create some fun crafts. There’s a little bit of everything on this list.
The best part about this list is that it’s ever-growing. As I create new monster-themed preschool activities or round up a big collection of them, I’ll add them to this page.
I hope this page becomes your one-stop shop for all your preschool monster activities!
Monster Activities for Preschoolers
Whether you’re adding monsters to your preschool themes for Halloween or you’re adding them to your letter M studies, there’s a little bit of everything on the list below.
Do a quick scroll down this page to find some learning activities, printables, book-based activities, and more!
Monster Books for Kids
This October, as we head into the Halloween season, fill your book basket with monster books for toddlers. These board books are perfect for little hands.
This Halloween, fill your book basket with this marvelous collection of monster books for preschoolers! Your kids will want to read them all month long.
Monster Free Printable Activities
Here’s a fun shape monster sorting activity for preschoolers! It’s perfect for Halloween time, and can definitely be used all year long.
Practice letter recognition and build fine motor skills with these free monster alphabet clip cards. They’re super fun for little ones!
Not all monsters are scary! Your preschoolers will love working on early math and literacy skills with this free Monster Mash preschool printable.
Teaching the ABCs should be fun and engaging. It will be when you prepare this Feed the Monster alphabet game for your preschoolers!
This October, kids will count and graph their way through this Monster Eyes I Spy for preschoolers activity. It’s great for Halloween or Letter M activities!
Hands-On Monster Fun
Preschoolers will practice shape recognition as they play this Feed the Monster game. The hungry monster is waiting for your kids to feed him his next shape snack.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest monster preschool activities.
If you are looking for something specific, let me know!