In this body part worksheet, learners draw a monster with human body parts. Students draw the monster with five eyes, four ears, two noses, three mouths, and six legs.
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No More Monsters for Me: Building Words with Prefixes and Suffixes
Pull a root word from a hat and make new words by adding prefixes and suffixes. After a read aloud of the Peggy Parish book No More Monsters for Me and whole group practice identifying root words and affixes, youngsters play a game to...
1st - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
There's a Monster in My E-Mail!
Don't be scared of these monsters! Middle schoolers make new friends as they practice their drawing, writing, and computer skills. They participate in a collaborative e-mail project in which they draw and describe pictures of monsters...
K - 12th English Language Arts
The Day the Monster Came to School
Little ones read a story about a monster at school, and then they generate a list of classroom rules. After they write down the new list of rules, each child crafts a small monster, which they'll use to decorate their personal rule list....
K - 2nd Visual & Performing Arts