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If your little ones love the idea of Monsters and think they are cute, why not use these fun Monster Preschool Math Worksheets in their homeschooling lessons? They’re too cute to be scary!
Who said you had to be afraid of monsters? Monsters can be silly and fun and when they are, there’s no need to be afraid of them at all. I’m always telling my kids this, and it’s something that I want them to really understand as well. Halloween doesn’t have to be scary! It can be fun instead!
Halloween is one of the best times of the year, and we love to use all the fun holidays as a great educational experience. There are so many fun ways to introduce those “spooky” Halloween items and make them not scary at all.
I want my kids to grow up understanding that Halloween doesn’t have to a time of fear, but rather a time of family, fun, and education. It can be hard to get that point across all the time with all the “scary” emphasis that is constantly being put on Halloween, but that doesn’t stop me from trying.
This Halloween, we are putting our focus on these Monster Preschool Math Worksheets and concentrating on just how cute and adorable monsters can be.
Monster Math Worksheets for Preschool
Who said learning had to be boring? Your preschooler will have a wonderful time adding up these monsters with my monster preschool counting cards and puzzles. You can use counters or dot markers on the math worksheets as your child adds up all of the monsters.
Changing things up with a new theme can brighten up an old skill that has to be taught and get your kids excited about learning. Of course, that won’t work if they don’t like monsters.
Recommended Monster Books for Kids
Your little monster fan will enjoy reading any of these fun filled monster books with you. With engaging stories about monsters, they’re not always scary.
I’m a huge fan of counting puzzles for little ones as they learn their numbers and the order they should be in.
You can use counting puzzles for skip counting too, it’s never too early to practice skip counting. You can teach your child about even and odd numbers and it sets them up to multiply more easily.
Not a worksheet, but these fun monster counting cards are always a hit. They can circle the number or if you laminate them, you can let them attach clothespins to their answers.
We like to use glass beads so that we can still see the number underneath.
Download the monster math printables below:
Once you click on the link, it will automatically download to the downloads folder on your device.
I hope your monster fan enjoyed this fun math activity.
More Monster Math Worksheets
Monster Math and Science Activity by Artsy Momma
Monster Math Craft by No Time for Flashcards
Monster Math Printable by Adventure in a Box