These pages are such a fun way to get your kids started on an imaginative drawing / colouring session, especially if they lack confidence or need a bit of a push. We've provided the beginnings of 6 monsters. All they have to do is fill in the rest!
More Monster Printables
Even more monster printables for the kids to enjoy! Make monster finger puppets, use our monster acrostic poem printables (great for writing frames too) or have fun with our gorgeous monster alphabet cards!
This Frankenstein template would make a great cutting activity for children, with some challenging bits to it! Cut out of green card you could even use it as a simple mask.
With lightning flashing and thunder rattling the window panes, Frankenstein's monster came to life! Here's a poster of Mary Shelly's monster creation to print out, with his green skin, stitched up head and a bolt through his neck...
Here's a new way to learn to draw Frankenstein! Copy over the picture square by square, making sure you count carefully.
My seven-year old has been going through a bit of a drawing phase lately. So much so that we actually moved a little table to just next to my desk so that he can draw and chat while I am working on my computer. He loves it.
Love these monsters! This unusual printable scrapbook and craft paper is fun for Halloween, monster parties or anytime! You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this scrapbook paper.
There are 16 messages on these monster achievement cards, and 16 different monsters that we think the kids will love. Hand them out as a special recognition in the classroom or home. We have blank monster cards too, if you would prefer to write your own message.
Our monster acrostic poem printables make writing a monster acrostic poem fun! We have four versions to choose from.
These fun monster alphabet cards will make spelling games fun! You could use them to put your child's name on their bedroom door, or play matching and spelling games with them. How about a treasure hunt around the house - find all 26 letters of the alphabet and put them in order?
Encourage your children to read with these fun monster bookmarks. We've got three kinds: blank for your own words or so that you can keep a reading record; with handwriting lines so that younger children can add their name or other words, and with a few words of our own!
We have sixteen of these adorable monster cards, which you can use in many different ways. You could hand them out to the kids to recognise achievement, writing your own message on the card rather than using our pre-made monster achievement cards.
If your little monsters like cutting things up, put those scissor to good use on our monster cutting shapes worksheet!
Print these Monster finger puppets for your children so that they can put on a puppet show with their friends! You could also print them out, tie them up with a Halloween-coloured ribbon, and give them out with (or instead of) your "treats" to trick-or-treaters.
Use this monster frame for your "monster" writing projects - it makes writing fun! It would work well at Halloween, perhaps.
This hundred square has a funny monster to amuse your children as they hunt for their numbers, practise counting on and skip counting and so on. It comes in colour or black and white, with odds and evens highlighted or with stripes to differentiate the lines. Take your pick.
Choose from 5 different "fill in the blanks" versions of our monster hundred square, included 3 levels of random numbers, and one each for odds and evens. You could use the complete monster hundred square for self-checking or reference, too.
Practising skip counting and learning times tables is much more fun when you have a monster to cheer you on!
Match up the pairs of funny monsters in this lovely puzzle and find the odd one out. This will challenge the children's powers of observation!
Have some fun with these bright and appealing monster number playdough mats, each featuring a rather adorable monster to encourage the kids in their endeavours! Fill in the number with playdough and then put the correct number of blobs of playdough into the ten frame.
This gorgeous colourful monster number posters definitely catch the eye! Each one contains an adorable monster, a big and bold number, and a ten frame with the appropriate number of counters for visualisation and counting practice.
Help the kids learn to spell MONSTER with this lovely printable jigsaw. Just print it onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. Children can use the letters at the bottom to spell the word.
The kids can trace over the lines of our funny monster tracing page and then perhaps either colour him in or write something inside the body.