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Who is ready for Monsters in the Classroom?! ME and hopefully you are too!! There are so many great books and activities to do that center around monsters, that it was hard to choose only a few. But hopefully you check out the activities, games, and books I am sharing today and you try them in your classroom!

How about trying this cool Monster Ten Frames game?! Someone in a station swap sent a similar one to me and I shared a picture of it on Instagram and people loved it and requested it!! I tried to contact the teacher who originally created it and she sent me her file, but it’s not fair to post her work on my blog, so I created my own set and added a few differences. This game includes a monster ten frame and a monster 20 frame, with #’s 1-20 to match. The game idea is for a student to draw a card and then show that number on the ten/twenty frames. I am using googly eyes from the dollar store on my frames and my kids LOVE it! I also included a black/white version too! You can download it for FREE HERE!!

Next up are some fabulous monster crafts and free ideas to use in your classroom! Links are clickable and will take you directly to the resource!

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Monster Mash from Rowdy in Room 300.

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Paper Plate Green Monster from Glued to my Crafts

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Super Squished Monster from Raising Little SuperHeros

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Paper Plate Monster Mask from The Pinterested Parent

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Monsters Counting to 10 from Life Over C’s

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Monster Slime from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

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Go Away Big Green Monster

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There Was an Old Monster

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Leonardo the Terrible Monster

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I Need My Monster

Hope you found some cool monster ideas to use in your classroom. Let me know in the comments is you have something that you think would be perfect to add to this post! 🙂 Looking for some more fabulous ideas for your class? Check out how I created the Ultimate game spinner, or Plinko games for the classroom!

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