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Puff Paint Blob Monster: 1. On the thin card draw a monster shape. 2. Cut out monster shape 3. Mix your puff paint by adding 3/4 cup of shaving cream with 1/4 cup of white glue and one small drop of food colouring 4. Slop on the puff paint and mix it around with your hands. The thicker your apply it the puffy it is when dry 5. Add wiggly eyes 6. Leave flat to dry


Silly Summer FUN with Monster Ice - This activity is loaded with sensory exploration and non stop giggles!


sweet and lovely crafts: Hallowen symmetry blob monsters!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Counting 1-100 in Halloween Style

this packet will get your kids excited about counting 1-100---the cards are all dressed up for Halloween

Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives


Organic monster shapes in the Art room

Handprint "Big Green Monster" (1 hand painted blue and 1 yellow; rub together to create green) to go with book by Ed Emberley


make their "Shape Monster" then they had to write down how many of each shape they used to create their monster.  Sentence Stem: "I used ______ circles." They wrote a sentence for each different shape.