These fun toddler learning games and activities are perfect for teaching the letter M. The theme is M is for monsters and your toddler is sure to have a blast with these toddler trays and other awesome toddler activities. All printables and ideas come from my Toddler Curriculum.
Make the Letter
We used playdough to make the letter M. Make one to show your toddler how do it, then let them make their own.
This activity is great to add to your toddler’s learning notebook. Have your child connect the dots to form the letter “M”.
Make felt monster finger puppets. Tell stories with puppets.
These monster finger puppets are a great activity to do with your toddler. glue the antennae, arms, eyes, and sequins. I used a hot glue gun to put them together.
Match cut out monsters to monsters on the mat. Laminate and add magnets to the back of cut monsters.
Use the free printable monster drawing sheet found here to draw monsters.
Build towers with wooden blocks. Use a finger puppet monster to knock towers over.
Use tweezers to put pom poms on the empty circle spaces on the monsters.
Supplies Used: Trays, home laminator, felt, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, sequins, magnet strip, wooden blocks, kid tweezers, pompoms
These clip cards help your toddler learn to identify numbers.
Painting of any kind is always a toddler favorite! Dot marker pages for all uppercase and lowercase letters are included in the Toddler Curriculum.
You can get Romping Monsters, Stomping Monsters from Amazon.
Letter M Craft
Help your toddler paint rocks, then add googly eyes and a few other goodies to make monster rocks.
We used buttons for the base of this sensory bin. Read more about my ABC Sensory Bins here.