Monster Match game

Monster Match game is a fun way to spend time with your child as they learn letters and recognise shapes and colours. Point out the letters or expressions of the monsters to help them find similarities. Alternatively, print off two sets of the cards and help your child to select the matching pair or monsters.

You can also try:

  • pulling the same face the monster is making
  • matching the monsters by colour
  • identifying the monster’s mood
  • giving the monsters a name and trying to imagine what food they might eat
  • deciding which of the monsters are friends.

Image the Monster Match gme makes mosters out of letters to help children learn early literacy

Published — 31 August 2016 Last updated — 22 January 2019

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