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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!
I’ve had so much fun creating I Spy games for kids recently, and I’m really excited about this new one. I think your preschoolers will be, too.
This fun count and graph activity encourages visual discrimination and counting skills with a fun monster theme for kids.
Monster Eyes I Spy for Preschoolers
Add these free preschool printables to your Halloween play dates, classroom activities, or October math centers.
This I Spy worksheet pack is totally print and go which makes it perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers. They’re so simple to use, as well. Perfect for your monster themed preschool activities.
Show students how to find and count the first color. Count all the yellow monsters and yellow eyeballs. Write the number in the box under the eyeball. Continue with the other five colors.
When students have finished the I Spy portion, show them how to graph the first color. Encourage your student to continue with the other five colors.
Once the graphing page is complete, ask questions to help your preschoolers compare and analyze the data on the graph. Which color had the most? The least? How many blue and yellow eyeballs/monsters are there all together. How man more pink eyeballs were there than blue?
There are a variety of ways to use this free printable I Spy activity. First, you can use it in a center by printing one copy of the graphing page and laminating it or slipping it in a dry erase pocket. Then, print out a graphing sheet for each student. Let them write the numbers on the I Spy page with dry erase marker. Then, they can color their graphing page to be turned in.
You could, however, also laminate the graphing page and let students use dry erase markers on it, as well. This is a great way to make the activity reusable for both group and individual use.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT Monsters
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about monsters. 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.
One Hungry Monster: A Counting Book in Rhyme – It is bedtime and one small boy tries to control ten insatiable monsters as they demand food and create chaos throughout the house.
Ten Creepy Monsters – And so the countdown begins . . . A mummy, a witch, a ghost, a werewolf, a vampire, and others all gather, but one by one their crowd diminishes. At last there is only one creepy monster left. But what kind of monster is it?
Hush Now, Banshee! – Everyone is enjoying quiet time, but little Banshee just wants to have fun the only way she knows how: Loudly. Join Banshee as she counts her way through the Irish landscape in the noisiest counting book in the land. It’s gonna be a blast: You can count on it.
Learning to zip, snap, snap, button, and braid are all important skills for children to learn. This is a fun monster closure quiet book page to help kids learn and practice these skills.
Teach kids about different moods/emotions and positive actions that can be taken in a fun and educational way with this monster-themed flip book.
How many eyeballs does your monster have? Create this adorable Slime Counting Monster Activity by Fun-A-Day.
Blow those fears of monsters away with this colorful Monster Blow Painting by Picklebums.
This build a monster game is a great way for preschoolers to practice number recognition.
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