We have a fun-filled Easter themed activity this month!
The Island King has hidden 10 Easter eggs in this picture. Can you help the Monsters find all the eggs?
Once you have finished finding the eggs colour in the picture and send it in to Teach Your Monster to Read. We’d love to see them!
To download and print the the picture click on this link: Easter egg hunt
Teach Your Monster to Read attended the Education Show last week, where we had the opportunity to talk to lots of teachers about the game.
It was a successful day, with many teachers telling us that they had introduced the game to their students and were enquiring when the next game was due out. Those that hadn’t heard about the game were keen to give it a try and introduce it to their students.
The visit to the show was also insightful and inspiring with a number of new resources and projects catching our attention; for example, Lead to Change – an education hub set up in Stoke to encourage young people to learn about leadership and education; SEN Assist and Early Shakespeare – two thoughtfully made resources that offer original material for Early Years and SEN students, and The Playclub Project – a fantastic project that helps parents to get involved with their young children’s education at home.
Teach Your Monster also attended the Education Resource Awards. We didn’t come away with an award this year but we were honoured to have been nominated and it was great to to see 2Simple’s, 2Build a Profile win. For a full list of the winners, take a look at the ERA website.
This was the first year at the Education Show for Teach Your Monster to Read and we’ll certainly be going back next year. If you have any highlights from the show , please get in touch as we’d like to know what we missed!
Colour in and label your monster.
The monster has been feeling ill and he needs some Spring colour to help cheer him up.
Can you colour in the monster and make him feel better?
Download the activity worksheet here: March Activity