Alphabet Monsters Printables

Feed the Monster Alphabet Game

Young learners will have fun working on letter recognition with this fun, free printable feed the monster alphabet game. This learning letters A-Z is silly and loads of fun for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age children. Use this feed the monster printable for your next monster theme or use the abc printable to work on visual discrimination.

FREE Feed the Monster Letter Activity - this fun alphabet letter recognition activity is a fun, hands on educational activity for preschool, prek, toddler, and kindergarten age kids with a fun monster pritnable #monstertheme #alphabet #preschool #prek

Feed the Monster Alphabet Game

Feed the _____ games are always so much fun for our toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners to work on a variety of skills. This Feed the Monster alphabet game will engage your child so they are excited to learn their letters. Learn to identify capital letters using our feed the monster printable; you can also use this to work on letter sounds.

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this fun literacy activity to use as summer learning, extra practice, literacy center in your classroom, or supplement to your phonics curriculum.

Feed the Monster Printable

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Feed the Monster Activity

Your pre-k kiddo is going to learn to identify letters and their sounds by playing the Feed the Monster game.

Materials

  • Feed the Monster Letter Activity for Preschoolers
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Cup

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Feed the Monster Game

Print the template. Now carefully use scissors to cut out the monster and the inside of his mouth. Next, glue the Monster to a cup with the opening of the mouth over the opening of the cup. Finally, layout the letter cards and invite your child to Feed the Monster Letter “M” and have them place the M in the monsters mouth.

Tips

  • Laminate pieces for durability
  • Ask your child to identify the letters by their sound, “feed the monster the letter that says /m/”
  • Feed your monster so much more than just letters. Write numbers, shapes, or even sight words on Post-Its to feed the monster.

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Alphabet Printables

Looking for more fun, free alphabet pritnables to make learnings ABCs fun for preschool and kindergarten age kids? You will love these alphabet worksheets:

 

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Emily

Emily is a teacher turned mom who just couldn't quite leave the classroom behind. She has 2 toddlers at home whom she is prepping for kindergarten by doing hands-on learning activities at home. Her blog, Sandbox Academy, focuses on learning literacy, math, STEM, and the arts through crafts and play.

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