Monkey Stuff

Monkey Stuff Printable Resources


For use with the illustrated children's counting book MONKEY STUFF or adapt them to your own needs. Numbers (colouring in, painting, collage, counting). There is also room at the bottom of the number sheets for the kids to to practise each number.

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Number 1
*Practise making grass with fast upward strokes with green pencil dark green and light green from bottom of the page up. Or,
*Go outside and collect long blades of grass and small wild flowers to glue on the bottom of the sheet
Monkey stuff printable 01.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 1

Number 2
Monkey stuff printable 02.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 2

Number 3
*Collect dry grass and fine twigs to glue on for the nest
Monkey stuff printable 03.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 3

Number 4
*Can glue pieces of string or wool to make the mane
Monkey stuff printable 04.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 4

Number 5
Monkey stuff printable 05.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 5

Number 6
*Can glue one small pink ball of cotton wool on each slipper
Monkey stuff printable 06.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 6

Number 7
*Can decorate with silver foil, glitter pens and all things shiny
Monkey stuff printable 07.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 7

Number 8
*Glue small pieces of crumpled up toilet paper to croc's body, paint over with green paint
Monkey stuff printable 08.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 8

Number 9
Monkey stuff printable 09.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 9

Number 10
Monkey stuff printable 10.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable number 10

Counting and writing numbers 1-10
Monkey stuff counting printable.pdf
Monkey Stuff printable counting 1 to 10


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Monkey Stuff 5 stars from READERS FAVORITE


My first book Monkey Stuff received a 5 star review from READERS FAVORITE

readers favorite 5 star reviewReviewed by Kristie I.

"Monkey Stuff: A Children's Rhyming Counting Book," written and illustrated by Rebecca Bielawski, is an adorable story about a mischievous monkey told while teaching numbers one through ten. Each number represents an object or objects that the monkey steals from an animal or person. The monkey steals a cow's bell, a horse's four horseshoes, a princess's seven pearls, and nine apples from an apple tree, to name a few. In the end it is stated that maybe the monkey is not so bad as he returns the items, but really he is returning them because his mum told him to.

This is a book that young children will want to read and look at over and over again. The illustrations are cute and entertaining and are filled with details. The emotions and expressions that come onto the faces of those losing their objects are well-done as are the pictures of the monkey. I really liked the illustration of the monkey wearing hot mitts and running off with the buns. Written in rhyme, the story is catchy and holds the attention of young children well. I like that each number is written boldly and plainly so that children can learn to recognize the number and identify it along with being able to associate it with the number of objects on the page. This is a great resource for children to help reinforce counting skills and number recognition. Moreover, it is also an enjoyable book to read.

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