Printable creativity worksheet
What has the monster cooked? It likes it but… yuck! Draw the monster’s food.
This activity facilitates learning, enhancing the child’s freedom of decision and nurturing their creativity. With this worksheet they can develop observation, decision making, concentration, as well as fine motor skills in a playful way.
Use this both at home or in the classroom (as warm up, center activity or exercise for fast finishers). Just print it out and give it to the kid to start drawing!
Some extra ideas
- Let your little big artist explore with a whole range of drawing materials: colored pencils, markers, collage, crayons, tempera, etc.
- This activity is perfect for thinking outside the box, what could a monster really eat? Eyes, screws, old toys, slugs… encourage children to look for the most surprising and fun options.
- Add extra fun by gluing things on the plate as food for the monster: pieces of dry leaves, toilet paper, colored play dough, etc.
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