Check out the coloring pages, puzzles, and mazes you can use to enrich your Monster Month resources!
You might leave one or two, just in case, in your sub folder. You could share a few with a colleague.
Lots of fabulous options if your students finish an activity early, enjoy coloring, want ideas for drawing, or enjoy decorating your classroom or their homes with Halloween pictures and puzzles.
|From Crayola.com I suggest ages to give you an idea of the level of difficulty for each page.
Have a preschool and primary student? Here’s a partial list of what you’ll find at bigactivities.com: coloring pages, story starters, connect the dots puzzles to practice numbers and letters, and pattern worksheets. They also have word searches, word scrambles, sudoku puzzles, and mazes with 4 different levels of difficulty.
Do you have other Monster Month puzzles, mazes, or games to share?