What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of monster trucks?
For me it’s BIG!
That’s why I couldn’t resist making an over-sized activity sheet for our monster truck day.
I used a large sheet of brown packing paper we had from one of the packages that came in the mail at Christmas. At the top I wrote “Monster Truck.” Then I added 2 other activities to it.
Then he counted out the right number of monster trucks to get stuck in our “mud.
After we worked on writing the letter “M” on our dry-erase board, my number-loving preschooler decided to count all of his monster trucks!
It was good practice for them both, having to sort through the number cards and determine what the number 21 looked like verses a 23. (He has quite a few monster trucks!)
Then it was time to get crafty!
We hit the recycling bin and they had fun creating their own monster truck rally courses!
Cardboard tubes, secured to the kitchen floor with tape, made fun “trees” to roll over.
They had fun designing their monster truck courses, and they played with them for quite a long while!
Do you have a monster truck fan at your house?
Don’t forget to check out our other vehicle activities for the series!
A Is for Ambulance, B Is for Boat/Bus, C is for Car, D is for Digger/Dumper, E is for Excavator, F is for Firetruck, G is for Garbage Truck, H is for Helicopter, I is for Ice Cream Truck, J is for Jet, K is for Kayak, L is for Lifeboat/Limousine