Monster Alphabet Clip Cards
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Practice letter recognition and build fine motor skills with these free monster alphabet clip cards. They’re super fun for little ones!
At Halloween time, it’s fun to include monster activities for preschoolers in your plans. The colorful monsters forming each of the letters of the alphabet will engage your little ones in a fun literacy activity for fall.
Add these free printable alphabet worksheets to your monster-themed activities this October. But, these cute monsters are perfect all year long!
monster alphabet clip cards
These monster alphabet match clip cards are a hands-on way to make letter matching fun for preschoolers.
Print out these clip cards. I suggest printing them on cardstock and laminating them for durability.
Then, cut them apart so that you have 26 cards in all. I like to use a paper cutter to cut my cards apart. It’s so much faster than scissors.
Once your cards are prepped, grab some clothespins or paper clips, and you’re all set. Have your preschoolers choose a card and identify the monster letter on it.
Then, they’ll use a clothespin or paper clip to identify the matching uppercase letter. Kids will continue in this manner until they’ve clipped all of the cards.
To make these free printable monster alphabet clip cards self-checking, you can put a small sticker on the back of the right answer. Then, kids can turn the cards over to check their work.
If their paper clip or clothespin is on the sticker, they’ve identified the correct answer!
MONSTER BOOKS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool monster books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
How to Catch a Monster – Get ready to laugh as a young ninja heads into the closet to meet the monster that’s been so scary night after night! But what if things aren’t what they seem and our monster isn’t scary at all? What if our ninja hero is about to make a friend of strangest sort?
The Color Monster: A Pop-Up Book of Feelings – By illustrating such common emotions as happiness, sadness, anger, fear, and calm, this sensitive book gently encourages young children to open up with parents, teachers, and daycare providers. And kids will LOVE the bright illustrations and amazing 3-D pop-ups on every page!
Monsters Love Underpants – Monsters around the world have different ways to scare, but they all share a love for zany underpants! Every Saturday night, you will find them in a secret cave, showing off their pants as they dance the Monster Bop—but they have to make it home before the sun comes up. After all, who would be scared of monsters in pants that were stripped and dotted?
Your preschoolers will fall in love with these adorable felt monsters! They’ll want them all.
Whether you’re throwing a monster-themed birthday party or you’re teaching a monster theme in your preschool, these Build-a-Monster sticker sheets are a must!
Did your kids love the Monsters University movie? If so, they’ll love practicing their counting skills with this Monsters University counting printable.
Add this Big Little Monsters University printable to your monster-themed activities.
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These are adorable! My little girl will love this. Thanks for linking up on Encouraging Hearts & Home. (Pinned)
My 2 year old twin granddaughters will love these
These are wonderful. Thank you for all you do.