Celebrate Halloween With A Monster Unit Study
Hello everyone! Good morning, Happy Fall, and Happy Almost Halloween!! 3 out of the 4 people in my house have Halloween as their favorite Holiday. So of course there are plenty of things we do, to celebrate this special season. Me personally, Fall is my favorite Season- But Christmas is my favorite Holiday. Also Easter.
But back to Halloween…
What is a better way to celebrate Halloween than having a quick Monster Unit Study? No other way. So here I present to you, our Monster Unit Study!!!
1st we have a Free Download of some Monster math
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Here are some Example pictures of what is included in the study!
So for fun, we will check out books about monsters. We will do these fun math pages- probably 1 a day.
And then you can make super fun handprint monsters!!
You can do this two ways- cut out handprints and glue on eyes. Or make paint handprints and glue on eyes! You could also decorate a plate like a monster Use paper for the arms, glue on eyes, and color or paint them like you want! Be creative and then explain what kind of monster they are!
For the last fun monster thing, if you want to go all out- get the edible eyes from the baking section in a store. Make cupcakes, or brownies and decorate them with monster eyes!
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