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What?  You were expecting a forest unit?  Well, isn’t that just like a monster, sneaking up out of the blue when you weren’t ready!  Don’t worry the forest unit is still coming, we’re a little bit behind. 

Since we didn’t want to leave you empty handed this weekend, we figured we would share our BRAND NEW MONSTER UNIT! Every month we will be bringing you a brand spanking new unit and this month we couldn’t resist the monsters! (And don’t miss our Monsters K Extension Pack!)


Just click the image above to download a single zip file of all the printables from Google Drive. (Can’t unzip it. Try Hamster Free Zip Archiver approved by Amber’s husband. Remember to download carefully.)

You will need to be able to view pop-ups to download the unit, as it will appear in a pop up window from our site!

Here are the printables included in this unit:

  • Counting Mat (You’ll need our counting cards.)
  • Magnet Page
  • Mash That Monster!
  • Roll & Graph
  • Monster Parts
  • Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
  • Spelling Page
  • Count & Clip 
  • Which is Different? 
  • Writing Maze
  • Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
  • Size Sort
  • Number Order Puzzle (1-10 and 11-20)  

Book Suggestions

Tot Pack

Looking for some ideas for a younger tot?  Check out 1+1+1=1 Happy Monster Tot Pack

Products We Use with Our Units

Check out our Pinterest Board for more ideas, units, printables and crafts available on this theme! (And don’t miss our Monsters K Extension Pack!)

We hope you enjoy these printables and please let us know if you have any issues with downloading or using the items provided. 

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Special thanks to Just So Scrappy for graphics.

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  1. says

    Thank you for your hard work and thoughtfulness on these packets.

  2. says

    Oh my goodness!  I just about fell over when this showed up in my Google Reader!  Guess what unit I’ve been working on?  I was hoping to release it today, but I’ve had sick kids for the past few days so I’m a bit behind.  Now I’m really tempted to just scrap it & go with yours.  It’s SO cute!  Nice job, and thanks for your hard work!

  3. says

    Bummer. We hate when that happens. It has happened to us too! If you already have it done you should post it anyway. You might have some different activities to offer.

  4. says

    Every time I think about making my own printables, someone makes some cuter than I ever could. I love these.

    Shared on Facebook & Twitter and pinned to my Letter M board.

  5. a49erfangirl says

    My daughter is so excited about this pack. Thanks so much for sharing it :) She is really going to enjoy it.

  6. Mommy2NoahNate says

    Just found this site for the first time.  I am excited to use some of these activities with my 2 year old and also my new little Kg sweeties this coming week!  Thanks for sharing – I’ll certainly be back soon!

  7. Petitdeviendragrand says

    I own a small pre-k school in Quebec, Canada. Normaly, I use activities in French but your Monsters pack is so cute that I’ll propose your activities to the kids. I know they’ll love it! Great work! Keep it up! I’ll come back for sure!

  8. Mollie says

    The set is absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for making it available. I just got my laminator today and this will be my very first preschool kit:o)

  9. says

    You made my lesson plans perfect today!  Thank you for all your hard work and willingness to share, I appreciate it more than words can say!

  10. says

    In the United States, many states offer widely in the kindergarten year free for children from five to six years of age, but do not make it compulsory, while other states require every five years of age to enroll. Terms of nursery or less often, “pre-K” (formerly, nursery school) is used to refer to a school for children who are not old enough to attend kindergarten. Also, some U.S. school districts to provide half-day or full-day kindergarten in elections parents.

    In British English, nursery or playgroup is the usual term for preschool education, and rarely uses the kindergarten, but in the context of a special approach to education, such as Steiner education – Waldorf educational philosophy founded by Rudolf Steiner.

    toddler to preschool activities


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