6 edition of Glad Monster Sad Monster found in the catalog.
Glad Monster Sad Monster
Ed Emberley and Anne Miranda
January 1997 by Scholastic .
Written in English
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Now I tell the students they will need to select the correct emotional word to label how their monster is feeling to complete the sentence below their monster face. A scary spider points you to the page to see the orange monster with the green nose. For example, Blue Monster has a frown on his face that makes him look like he might be feeling sad. Examples of Activities That Support the theme—Monsters Remember to intentionally give specific feedback and encouragement as children talk about monster emotions throughout the day!
They will need to use skills like their imagination, and their control of voice and of body. If the book is called Glad Monster, Sad Monster, what do you think this book is going to be about? Ask what other kinds of things make them feel glad. I ask the students who answer to explain why they think their answer is right.
Distinguish between similarly spelled words by identifying the sounds of the letters that differ. Limit this to just a few students at a time so the rest of the class does not become restless. I really love the bright colors in this book because I feel like the children pay more attention to colors. If a student is unable to respond they can do one of two things: They can ask a friend to help, or They can wait until everyone is gone and we will work on their response together. You can always use the monster feeling cards to play a simple Monster Felling Match Game at a table too.
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Work on color sorting, color matching and even numbers with this fun monster eyeball sorting activity from Prekinders! Each emotion has a mask that children can be involved in the book. Adults can help children write the words in their book to describe the pictures. The blue monster looks quite blue with a sad blue drummer feeling blue because it rained on his parade.
After reading about each monster, have children try on the monster masks or make their own monster masks and talk about times when they felt glad, sad, silly, etc. Create a game by telling the children that when you call out the name of one of the monsters, everyone will move like that monster!
When a Monster is Born What a cute little monster baby! Ask why they feel that way. Words out of order. It provides situational experiences for each feeling. Everyone has different feelings and it is ok to feel different sometimes.
How about 50? I tell the students they are now going to make their own monster face. After you finish off your cookies, remind your children that even monsters need good nutrition, too. Follow the story of the young monster barber and his clients. HRNeumann Feb 15, This story is a great story to talk about emotions and feelings.
They will need to use skills like their imagination, and their control of voice and of body. Shelves: childrensliterature Loved this book about emotions. Showing of 11 next show all a wonderfully simple book!
This post contains affiliate links. I ask the students who answer to explain why they think their answer is right. First the book gets opened with the flap being lifted, read the text and try on the mask while pretending to have fun!
I recommend laminating the masks to help them last longer with preschoolers. Please try again. Ask what other kinds of things make them feel glad. Next is a red monster that gets splashed and laughed at which makes him very angry. This books lists various events that may be associated with a specific emotion but the students could add to the list and can also disagree with the list.
The birds around and be very scary.Or even use the cards to play a Monster Feeling Memory Game. Just flip all the cards over and take turns flipping cards to try and match the feelings cards.
Glad Monster Sad Monster would be the perfect book to read BEFORE you do any of these monster feeling activities! LOVE this book! The Glad Monster, Sad Monster book promotes asking questions as in are you happy, sad, glad and/or what makes you feel this way?
Other kids can have fun pulling up the nose off the mask when it is on another child. You can also use this book to help children draw happy and sad faces to aid in their sharing of feelings to be used when they want to.
Even monsters have all kinds of feelings! They can be glad, silly, sad, or mad. This bright, interactive book helps children identify and understand their emotions. You can punch out all 7 of the funny monster masks and try them on as you walk through the wide range of moods little monsters (and kids!) experience.
It's a fun, interactive way to explore the many different ways we feel!Pages: Oct 22, · We 'read' the story Glad Monster, Sad Monster by Ed Emberly & Anne Miranda. As with the activity above, we did this by holding each of the masks up that came with the book and following the pattern of the story but replacing it with scenarios we knew the Author: Ange Bendixsen.
Product Information. Glad, sad, silly, mad - monsters have all kinds of different feelings! In this innovative die-cut book, featuring a snazzy foil cover, you'll try on funny masks as you walk through the wide range of moods all little monsters (and kids!) experience.
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