03 May 2014

I ♥ Monsters

I've had monsters on my mind the last week, so I wanted to share a few of my creations.  My classroom theme is monsters, so I thought it would be fun to create some cutie monster clip art.  You can check them out on TPT. I am currently working on the color versions, so stay tuned.


I also created writing paper to go along with the fun monster read aloud, I Need My Monster.

I also REALLY wanted to read, A Monster Under Alex's Bed by Angelika Glitz. I checked it out on Amazon, and this is what I came up with:
I spend a lot on books, but $394 for 1 book is just not happening.  I considered it for a whole 5 seconds and realized that would be a bit crazy!!!

You can click below for the writing paper freebie. I plan to use the monster adjective page first to brainstorm great adjectives to describe their monster.  This will give them ideas for their writing piece.
 As always, the first 3 people to leave a comment will get the Monster Cutie clip art for free.  Just a way to say thank you for following my blog :)   Also, please don't forget to leave your e-mail.


  1. I love your Monster Cuties...and they would be perfect for adding some cuteness to our worksheets! tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

    (How crazy was that Amazon price?!)

  2. Love your monsters! And I have had the same experience with Amazon; always makes me wonder if someone will really pay those prices :)


  3. Yay! I would love it! My classroom theme is also monsters. :)
    So disappointing when you discover a crazy price like that. Been there, done that. The other monster book looks great though!

    Mrs. Jones Teaches

  4. They are adorable! One of the favorite SMART Board attendance files I use with my kiddos is monsters. Kids just can't get enough of them! :)

    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

  5. Storyline online has this book, just search for it on YouTube! Its super-cute and the kids love "watching" the books on there vs listening to me read them.


  6. Can you let me know where the writing activity is for I need a monster, I have the book and would love to do it with my class.

    1. Hi Raquel,
      You can click on the images above and it will take you directly to the Google document that you can download for free. Hope your students enjoy!
      :) Colleen