Are you reading Crankenstein by Samantha Berger to your students this year? I have a Crankenstein craft and writing activity that you can use with your students after reading this story.
Who is Crankenstein?
HE IS A MONSTER OF GRUMPINESS THAT NO ONE CAN DESTROY! MEHHRRRR!!! HE’S ALIVE!
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Crankenstein Craft and Writing
This craft includes templates to create a boy and girl Crankenstein. One of the options already has a nose and mouth drawn onto the face, but I have included a blank face option so your students can add more personality to their Crankenstein craft. To get students connected to the story, I suggest having the students brainstorm the little things that make them cranky. However, you can choose any writing prompt you want to add to the craft.
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I hope your students enjoy creating these Crankenstein kids! You might also enjoy these blog posts about activities for Spookley the Square Pumpkin, Substitute Creacher, I Need My Monster, and Creepy Carrots.
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