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Free Christmas book for toddlers: Monsters at Christmas

We have a new book for you all in the middle of the festive fun with Quarto Kids. This one has, of course, got an amazing Christmas theme for you; Monsters at Christmas. This is the December book in our Shelf Care club. Join up here for the free eBook. Then scroll down to get the free activity sheets we have created for you to have a little fun with the book after you have read it. Do take a look for more information on the Shelf Care kids free book club on our site too.

As always, we have a set of sheets to go with the book, all themed around feelings and having a little bit of fun. Our sheets are there to help keep the kids entertained, and also to open the chat up with them about everything and anything.

A festive promotional image featuring a Christmas-themed activity book for kids, a mug with marshmallows, a gingerbread cookie, and a red striped gift.

What is in the Free Christmas book for toddlers: Monsters at Christmas activity pack

The “Monsters at Christmas” book from Laura Baker is all about monsters and them having fun and creating mischief, and magic at Christmas time. The sheets are full of fun ways for kids to engage more deeply with the book and get creative this holiday season.

Who’s driving the sleigh?

The first sheet asks kids to draw their own Christmas monster driving Santa’s sleigh. This sparks imagination as they think about what their monster would look like in the Santa hat and flying the sleigh full of presents. It’s also a great opportunity to chat about different colors they might paint the sleigh. Visualizing a silly monster delivering gifts is sure to get kids giggling.

Colour the Christmas monsters

What child doesn’t love coloring? This sheet provides space for coloring in all the delightful Christmas monsters from the book. As kids creatively color each monster, they can talk through what makes each one unique. Coloring is relaxing and supports fine motor skills.

Draw your own Christmas monster

Get those creative juices flowing by having your child draw their very own Christmas monster! The open-ended nature of this activity encourages kids to invent monsters with their own special features. Share details about the monsters with each other when finished. Kids can gain confidence presenting their imaginative ideas.

Find the Santa monster

Keep an eye out for the Santa Monster hiding in each page of the book! When you spot him, come back to this sheet and practice drawing skills by rendering the Santa Monster. Like a fun hidden picture game, this engages focus and attention to detail.

Favourite monsters, poems, and getting things done

Our last few sheets enable kids to respond creatively on their own; a doing words, a poem. Through art, writing, discussion and more with these pages, children dive deeper into the monster world while building literacy and emotional intellifence skills. Most importantly, they’ll have a monstrously merry time!

We think these are all rather fun – what do YOU think, and which is your children’s favourite activity? Do let us know.

What’s Monsters at Christmas all about?

Crazy critters, fluffy creatures, and monsters slithering with goo. Sparkly beasts, little fellas, all celebrating Christmas too!

Kids will be thrilled by this super-fun book brimming with delightful monsters getting ready for Christmas! Join the monster pals as they have a blast in the snow, glide on the ice, beautify the house, and go on a shopping spree for presents… and keep an eye out for Santa monster hiding in every scene!

Brought to life by the Ukrainian illustrator Nina Dzyvulska – spot Sprinkle monster whipping up some delicious treats, Teeth monster hanging all the ornaments, and Roar monster testing out Santa’s sleigh!

Get your activity sheets for our free Christmas book for toddlers?

As always, you need to be a member of the shelf care club to get the book, so join now!

To download the sheets once you have joined and received the eBook over email – you can click on the picture or the button below to get the activity ideas for the book.

If you want more Christmas activities and ideas do check out some of these below on the site:

Christmas Printables on KiddyCharts

More fantastic Christmas printables for you all to download on KiddyCharts. Make Christmas a little more magical for the kids.

And these elsewhere:

Christmas Printables from the Web

Some more ideas for Christmas Printable fun from the internet. Why not nip off my site and check them out? But DO come back afterwards!

Thanks so much for coming to check us out, and why not share us with your friends.

See you soon,

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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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