The Colour Monster
About this deal
This is a really fun activity to do that encourages children to explore sounds and use their imagination.
Sometimes I feel like the monster in monster colouring page 20, at the end of a long day on my computer! These Monster Colouring Sheets are the perfect colouring activity for nursery aged children, either at home or in the classroom.
These lovely sheets are an excellent colouring activity for nursery children to develop important skills. With 10 different lovely illustrations, these fun and unique monsters are a great way to get your children creative!
To further explore feelings and emotions with young children, take a look here at our selection of other resources to use, including PowerPoints, display photos, worksheets and games. The Colour Monster' is here to teach children about feelings, as each beautiful colour leads to an emotion. Her experience in these fields shines through her work - and makes The Colour Monster a valuable addition for any bookshelf.The first option that comes to mind when choosing the main color for this printable is brown because most animals we know have brown fur, but since this is a magical creature, let’s get creative and use other colors too, such as green and purple! We've got a huge collection of monster colouring pages at Activity Village - we think boys in particular will love them! It was the cover art that first attracted me to it: the charming monster sits peacefully blowing a series of coloured button-like bubbles. This book opens up and encourages the conversation between parents and toddlers about how they feel, to help them recognise their sentiments, even when confused. Spanish illustrator and graphic designer Anna Llenas has developed graphic projects for clients as diverse as La Vanguardia (the Spanish daily newspaper), Nestle, and the Government of Catalonia.
For an even better way to find KS1 resources, discover tailored suggestions, and much more - visit the KS1 resource HUB! Colouring is a simple and fun way to reinforce fine motor skills, pencil control, colour recognition and develop self-confidence in young children. How about colouring in a selection of the pictures, cutting out and them laminating them to use a frieze around the bedroom or class? He could be living in a swamp or in another realm, so let’s see how we could add a fantasy touch when coloring him.Invite children to decorate a monster using pencils, pencils, crayons or paint and talk about how they think each monster is feeling. Take a look at our Twinkl Symbols: Emotions Matching Activity should you want more emotion related resources. This half term I’ve been using, growth mindset intervention, anxiety intervention, emotional awareness, my heart to heart diary and coping skills toolkit, my children have loved them. Llenas’s art is so expressive - childlike in its simplicity and sheer exuberance, with intensely scribbled crayon marks and wild brush strokes.